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Tues April 21st
Happy Birthday to Mike and what a great present he got. Mike wanted to catch a striper and he was going to go where ever the stripers were. He was fishing on the Little Hawk out of Atlantic Highlands and there was great striper action. Mike caught this fat one, 18 pounds, 35 inches, and two other keepers, and we probably had at least a dozen 26” shorts.
Conditions are looking much better today. Gone are those easterly winds that blew over 40mph yesterday and gone is the rain. The ocean is 49 today. Because of the weather things were quiet yesterday morning but by evening people were out trying for some bass in the bay.
This is the time of the year when we see a lot of bass in the bay. Not all keepers but a lot of fun on lite tackle. Small bass on bucktail and we are selling bloods and clams for the bass. Conditions should be better today also for trying for drum around Graveling Point and Grassey Channel.
When this day comes around every year I think about all the things that we two did share
It makes me happy and it makes me sad. But that you were in my life at all makes me very glad
It is hard to believe it has been 19 years today since Jingles passed away and the last night of his life he had his favorite meal to eat which was fresh asparagus and striped bass. Unfortunately he did not catch his dinner but a good friend made sure he had his striped bass dinner. I sure hope there are stripers in heaven and asparagus.
Mon April 20th
By the sound of the ocean you are going to need some heavier sinkers which was also the case yesterday afternoon. By the afternoon you were better off fishing the bayside.
We are hearing more reports of black drum being caught in the bay. They say we may get a break in this rain today for awhile and then more tonight.
It looks like another record is going to fall. Mr Jenkins caught a 28 inch long, 8 lbs, 11 oz. Atlantic Croaker in Virginia.The fish easily tops the current state record of 5 lbs, 13 oz which stood for 15 years.
Sun April 19th
We have not seen one yet. That is a keeper bass. Once again short bass with numerous shorts being caught in the boat. Drum fish are making a decent appearance also. Jean with a 23 incher.
Our bait supply is low this morning so get in early if you want clams, bunker or bloodworms. You have a good tide early with the incoming tide.
The water temp did hit 50 again yesterday with it now back down to 48. Today will not be as warm as yesterday but it will still start out nice. Winds will be picking up today out of the northeast to 20.
Sat April 18th
Fresh bunker, surf clams and bloodworms are all available this morning.
You could not ask for a nicer morning. No wind, the bay is flat and it is 57. Ocean temp is 47. If you have been waiting to uncover the boat today is the day.
More reports of shorts in our area yesterday but some keepers on IBSP and a report of a 30 pound drum from Brigantine. Last year we did not hear of many drum but what a great fight and what a great eat if you catch the smaller ones.
We are still waiting to see a keeper bass and have California Grill gift certificates for anyone that shows us their local bass.
Fri April 17th
The warmer weather is getting more people outside and with that there is an increase of fisherman and reports of short bass.
This morning we have some rain but it will be out of here for the weekend. Ocean temps are going up and it is 49 this am.
*** A new pending State Record Black Fish was caught yesterday 4/17. Frank LaMorte weighed a 25.37 tog in at Jims Bait and Tackle in Cape May,
Thurs April 16th
Hope everyone tool care of those taxes. I am one of those that always sends it in the last day. I have had it done for months but there is just something about sending it in when you have to pay them.
Yesterday I got the opportunity to speak when the NBC Channel 10 news crew was here to do the piece about Little Egg Inlet. I do not know if it will help but I know having it on national tv will make more people aware and hopefully we will get some help.
I spoke about how the condition of the inlet effects my business and how it effects other business's on the south end of LBI. When the boaters do not come here because they are afraid to use to inlet it affects many of us including the marinas. I am seeing boaters that are normally docked here moving their boats to the north end and boaters that use to come here on vacation going else where. Some of this sand maybe there because of Sandy and more maybe added when beach replenishment starts.
We are still in the recovery from Sandy as most of you can see by just looking around at all the construction of new homes and of homes being raised.
We need to do what ever it takes to fix this problem so people don't leave LBI. Fishing and boating have always been an important part of this island.
Tues April 14th
They say rain is on it way but for now it is 50 degrees with the wind from the SSW at 15. Ocean temp is 48.
Scotts Bait and Tackle is finally reporting the first keeper bass from Graveling Point. It was just a little over the 28 inches but after all the short fish they have had over there finally a keeper.
We are still waiting to see a keeper and to get our contest going and also to give away some gift certificates to California Grill.
Mon April 13th
It was a weekend when we saw more shorts. Not only were there people on street wearing them we had people catching them.
Today looks like another nice one so maybe today will be the day we see a keeper. We have instore give aways for local caught bass.
The ocean temp has hit 46 and we will have southerly winds today from 10-20.
Warmer weather brought out more fisher people and more fish.
Last weekend brought a lot of bunker but no bass to go with them but this weekend the bunker were not there in abundance but there were fish. Stripers were caught from the surf, bayside and inland. Locally I still have not heard of a keeper.
Jean sent us this picture and told us he had 3 hits and this short. As you can see this is on the bayside but there are some internet pictures around of short bass caught in the surf also.
Sat April 11th
Sad new to report this morning about the passing of Bruce Hoagland. Bruce and his wife Pat owned Bruce and Pat's in Surf City for many years. Pat and I had just spoke the other day about how many years we have know each other. She told me that it went back to the days when Jingles worked at Koseffs. My condolences to Pat and her family.
It is a warm morning. It is 50 at 4am with a west wind at 2. Water temp is 42.
Store hours have changed and we will be adding more shortly.
Will today be the day? We are looking to see your keeper bass. I know of a few local spots where there maybe a keeper. It sure is time to have a keeper caught from the shores of LBI.
Fri April 10th
The weather has not been great this week but it has not stopped things from happening. More bait is on the move and more stripers have been caught in the rivers.
This maybe the weekend for a keeper to win a California Grill prize.
The weather looks to be improving for the weekend but I do not think we will see any 70 degrees here at the beach.
I was thinking this week about how much fishing has changed. Twenty five years ago I had no web page, facebook or cell phone to get a call or read about what they were catching on the web. The main source is a buddy told you what he caught a few days later or you read about what people were catching in the newspaper.
Twenty five years ago boats were gearing up this weekend to catch mackeral. Income tax time use to be peak time here on LBI. Depending on the water temp they could be here for up to 6 weeks. Sometimes when anglers were jigging and they got deep enough they might catch a striper. As the water warmed you then caught mackeral with their tails bite off --thus telling you the bluefish are here.
Those days are gone and now we seem to have a bunker run and then we start to see more bass being caught. In the last 10 years there have been at least 5 times that I can remember that the bunker have run along the beach like they did last weekend. I remember one year catching bluefish on metal on income tax day from the surf.
We have also lost the winter flounder fishery that we once had. Those fish maybe there but few fish for them any more.
This will be an interesting year with beach replenishment going on but I know that people will go fishing and hopefully it is a good year for everyone.
Time to go fishing!
Wed April 8th
Couple of real nice days and now a couple of lousy ones. I did see 46 for a water temp but this morning it is 44. This NE wind may drive it up again.
I literally have been flat on my back for the last few days. What ever hit me hit like a ton on bricks affecting all my muscles.
Thanks to your emails and pictures you have kept me up to date on the fishing front. It was a great surprise to see Owens picture with his 23 inch bass (released) he caught in Holgate on bloodworms.
More report of washed up bunker from Gussie and Tyler which spanned from Holgate to Brant Beach. Early on Saturday a lot of thei bunker was alive and washing up alive also people where also snagging it which had us thinking there is something out there that they are trying to get away from. Dolphins, whales, bluefish or I do not know what. That bunker we saw coming down the beach since Friday is now in the inlets and now in the bay.
Sun April 5th
Store hours are 8 - 1 today
The winds have backed off overnight and are now from the SW at 10. The air temp and the ocean match at 44.
Exciting day for those on the beach yesterday ( read below). There for awhile I thought I might see the first bass from the surf. It sounds like the bunker were from Harvey Cedars thru Holgate. Now what was chewing them up. It is always good to have bait around because it usually brings fish and there is usually something that makes that bait beach itself.
Today should be a good day again at Graveling Point. The southerly winds are when you want to be there. Grab some worms and enjoy the day.
Happy Easter everyone.
Sat April 4th
It has benn a crazy day on the surf today. Early morning had birds and bait. Bait trapped against the jetties and bait washing up on the beach. Anglers were able to snag bunker with avas and bucktails but I did not hear of any fish caught. Kids were throwing the bunker back in the ocean and some kept a bucket full for crab bait.
In this picture that Ronald sent us it certainly looks like something was chewing on this bunker.
Ron reports lots of 8-12 " bait fish being driven into the surf just north of Spray Beach Inn. Some bitten~ gulls feasting! There's something big out there! Time to make sure your gear is ready for Spring Fishing
April showers with March winds this morning but temps are mild. It is 51 this am with a NNW wind at 14 to 24. April showers are almost out of here for today.Ocean temp is 43.
Several good reports yesterday from Graveling Point where the water is now 50. I do not know if they have had a keeper over there yet but it sounds like some good action on some 18 inchers.
Fri April 3rd
So far this morning it is a good Friday. April Showers are predicted for today at times but for right now it is 48 degrees with a wind from the SW at 7+ and the ocean is 42.
The Striped Bass Tournament Committee met again this week and we are fine tuning things for this years Fall Tournament. I can tell you that it starts on Oct.10th this year. What effect beach replenishment will have on it I don't know but the tournament is going on like always.
Simply Bassing the Spring Tournament will be starting in less than a month (May 2) with a few changes in it. This year with all the changes in the striper rules it will be the top 4 fish that take home monies. Sign-up will be in shops within the next 2 weeks.
Thurs April 2nd
I hope you get some time to spend outdoors today. Ocean temp is 42 and it is in the upper 40s already here at the beach.
Once again this year we are Hooked -Up with California Grill in "Show Me your Bass". California Grill is known for its "Chowder" but they also have a great selection of other foods.
Our good friend Steve is giving out (10) $25 gift certificates to the first 10 people that show us their bass. This bass may be caught ocean side, bayside or in a boat that docks on LBI. Just bring your fish in and show it to us here at Jingles. Good Luck!!
Wed April 1st
I am glad to turn the page on the month. For the second year in a row there was very little striper action in March.
It was a wet month starting out with snow and ice and locally ending with rain. The ocean temps have increased with the ocean now hitting 42.
Black fish season opens today.
Easter weekend coming up which usually brings a lot of homeowners back to the beach. A lot more resturants are showing signs of opening. With more people hitting the beach will be able to see if there are some bass on the beach.
Mon March 30th
Still waiting for the first keeper bass from LBI or Graveling Point. We are hearing of more keepers coming from the rivers.
This morning it is gray day and we have had rain and snow flurries. The winds are from the WSW at 8+ and the ocean is 41.
We are getting down to the last days of Holgate Wilderness area being open to vehicles for a while. Here are a few shots of it from this morning. Thanks to TC for pictures.
Plenty of sand near the entrance.
One of the few narrow spots.
This is one of everybodies favorite shots but nicer on a sunny day.
Erosion on the backside has this pole sticking out.
Everybody is curious on what the inlet looks like. Hard to tell on this cloudy day but there seems to be water around the end of Holgate and there is white water today off the beach.
Sun March 29th
It is a cold Palm Sunday morning with temps below freezing and winds from the NE gusting to 12. The ocean temp has dropped to 39.9 but with warmer temps this week it should pop back up.
No bass to report yesterday but there are folks trying.
The town was fairly busy yesterday with some making their first trip down for the year. I am sure they were quite surprised about how much construction is going on. The Acme Super Market seemed to make a lot of progress this week and is now taking applications for jobs.
Sat March 28th
In like a lion and out like a lamb is what they say about March. That lamb better get here quick as we are running out of days.
Here we are with another weekend and below normal temps. It is 35 this am with the winds from the NNW 15-22. Ocean temp is 41.There seems to appear to be a warming trend during the week.
One fish report that I have from a reliable source is from Bill. Been to Graveling Point a couple of times so far this season. Only shorts but had a couple of good hits. The first keeper should be coming anytime now! Bill
Weather is a big factor right now in hearing about more fish. A few years ago at this time of the year there were a lot of trucks fishing the beach. Despite the cold --anglers would use the truck to block the wind or even sit in the truck and watch their rods. This year there seems to be just a few trying their luck.
Speaking of trucks reminder that Holgate Wildlife closes to vehicles on April 1st.
Fri March 27th
Gray morning with matching temps this with the air and ocean both 41. Winds are gusting up to 22 from the north.
With water temps climbing up I would not be surprised to see a striper being caught. It may be from the bay side but it should happen soon with warmer temps. It is always excited to see the first local bass of the year it seems to make the season official.
This year we are having an in store surf fishing contest starting April 10 - June 22 with an 10 dollar entry fee. Largest bass takes all. In addition there is one that runs from April 10 - Dec 12 with all monies going to the largest bass.
Thurs March 26th
Rainy morning with some warmer temps today. The ocean is 39.9 this morning.
Great article written about the Beach Haven Marlin and Tuna Club by Carl Anderson. Karl grew up here on LBI and spent many hours fishing here. There are some pictures prodided by some well known names that he used in this article. What a great surprise to me to see my mother in the background in one of these pictures. See how many people you can recogize including Dr. Todd Schmoll in his younger years. Click here.
Mon March 23rd
Back to winter for the day. Temps are below freezing with a NE wind. Ocean temp is 39.
I would like to thank everyone that stopped in over the weekend as it feels good to be back to work. Heard some great fishing stories from the winter and hopefully soon we will have some good stories from here.
We are not open everyday yet but as soon as fishing picks up our hours will increase.
Sun March 22nd
It is 42 degrees this morning and we have a wind from the WNW at 7. The ocean temp is 38.
I would like to thank NJBBA and all that volunteered yesterday for the beach clean up. There were not as many volunteers as in other years but then again there was not as much beach. With the tide being high at 9 am it was impossible to get all the way down. Several of the volunteers also commented on the condition of the beach and how many cuts there are in it. Several also commented on what a same the beach replenishment is going to stop before it gets down there.
We have no local fish to report yet but we know as each day goes by we are getting closer to seeing some local action.
Sat March 21st
What a slushy, sloppy day it was when I went home yesterday. This morning it is 33 and there is no ice or snow.
Spring has arrived and it is clean up time. Not only is it time to clean up the yard it is time to get your fishing reel in shape for the spring. Make sure they are in working order before you go fishing. Is your reel frozen, stiff or squeaky then it is time to have it serviced and then fill it up with new line. We are all caught up with our winter work so drop them off for service.
Tide charts are in so stop in and pick yours up.
Fri March 20th
Looks like we are ending the winter with some snow this morning. The air temp is 36 with a SSE wind at 8. The ocean is almost 39 which is about the same as last year.
Don't forget the Holgate beach clean up tomorrow.
Wed March 18th
After such a nice day yesterday it is cold and blowing today.
There is an update on the beach replenishment with them now starting in Ship Bottom at 8th Street and going to 23ed Street starting in late April. This is suppose to take 35 days. For a full update on the repleninshment click here.
Tues March 17th
Mon March 16
You could not ask for a nicer day out today. It is in the 40s but with no wind it is really nice out. I would not be surprised if there were not a few taking the covers off their boats.
The bay looks to be thawed in most areas. Ocean temp today is still 36.
The only stripers we have heard of so far have come from the power plant but there is starting to be some action in the rivers. As each day passes by we are getting closer to some action in our local waters.
Store will be opening on Friday March 20th which is also the first day of Spring.
Sat March 14
Volunteers are needed for Sat March 21st as that is the date of the Annual NJBBA Holgate Beach Clean Up. Meet in the parking lot at Holgate at 8:30 for coffee and donuts.Bring gloves.
It is a rainy start to the day but this rain will probably get the rest of the snow off of the ground and continue to open up the bay.
It is 40 degrees this morning with the wind from the SSW at 10. Ocean temp is 37.
Sat March 7th
Yes we got 6 to 10 inches of snow and I was surprised how much melting it did yesterday despite temps under 32. It looks like a good stretch of weather so we should be thawed out and snow free by mid week.
Big news in the paper today of the changing of dates for beach replenishment. Starting date for 106 south is April 15th with the job being done by December in Holgate. The mayor says that no more than 4 blocks will be inaccesable at a time for no longer than a week. We all know this will have some impact on surf fishing but we also know the good it will do for the residents of LBI.
Click beach for the full report.
Don't forget tonight to spring forward.
Wed March 4th
Well here we go again with what might be the biggest snow storm of the winter. I hope they are wrong. Hopefully this will be the last storm of the winter. Storm warning.
The rain today should thaw out the bay as I am starting to see some big holes in the ice. Warmer temps this weekend should melt away whatever snow we get on Thursday.
Don't forget this weekend we change the clock which is a good sign that Spring is coming.
Sun March 1st
Here we are at the offical start of striper season and we are under a storm advisory.
The store is not open yet but will be in the next few weeks as I am holding off because of the weather we have had this winter. The bay is still frozen but this week with the rain that is predicted we may see it starting to thaw.
Last night as I returned to New Jersey there were flashing warnings telling you to be prepared for a winter storm.
We left Florida late Friday because of the rain that was predicted for Saturday and from what I heard they had 7 inches yesterday along with thunder. Seeing the weather to our south today I am glad that we drove straight thru from Savannah yesterday.
Yes vacation time is over after enjoying a month in Florida. It was great to get away from the cold temps. We did have 2 chilly days in Florida and some rain the day we left but most of the time we enjoyed warm days and it was great to be outside and not all bundled up.
I see this morning the Absecon Tackle has had a couple of bass into his shop from the Power Plant to claim his 1st bass o 2015. One fish was almost 30 pounds.
Wed Feb 25th
I wish I could bottle up some of this weather and bring it north. Yesterday it was 81 here where at home only 18. Now it is time to watch the weather to the north so we can have a weather free trip north. Snow and ice were reported in the Carolinas once again and today it looks like it will continue north.
There are a lot of anglers fishing here on the beach at Hutchinson Island were I have been lucky catching a few small fish but it is time to pack up the rods and send them home.
(could be LBI in the summer)
Sad news to pass on.
I am sorry to report the passing of John Koegler. John was the Captain of the charter boat Pops Pride.
John was one of the old school Captains. John was responsible for teaching many people (young and old) about fishing.
John was a charter member of the Beach Haven Charter Fishing Association. John was also involved in the Mates Program which teaches young people that have and interest in boating and fishing. John also wrote many fishing columns for local papers.
John will be missed by many. Our condolences to his family
Fri Feb 20th
Record setting lows all over our country including here in Florida where I am this week. Lows in the 30s and they are opening up shelters for people to go to which is something hear about at home when it is 0.
It is amazing how bundled up people are at 60 degrees where as at home 60 would be a beautiful day. Today is was in the 50s with a NE wind that blew 20. Two days ago it was 80s and it will be 80 again in a couple of days.
Beach replenishment is going on down here too. They are taking sand from the inlet and putting on the beach. I so wish they would do this for us in our inlet.
Happy Valenitnes Day!
Feb Fri 13th
No winning lottery ticket here so no retirement for me.
Friday the 13th the day many hate and others love. Do you believe in all the stories of this day?
Don't forget to support our Fire Co this Sat as they serve up their annual turkey dinner. Weather always seems to be a factor with this dinner. I remember last year snow was expected that day. This year the day looks the same but at least it is predicted to be one of the warmer days of this latest cold spell but at least we are not in Boston or in North Carolina as their beaches are getting pounded by this storm. Rodanthe Pier lost the end around 2 this afternoon 2/12/2015
We can only hope this will be the end of this cold. Becareful driving as conditions seem to change quickly with the dropping temps.
Fri Feb 6
What an up and down week it has been with the temps. The only good thing is that as each day passes we are getting closer to Spring.
Thurs Jan 29th
The good news is that the days are getting longer. Now good thing is as each at 5 pm we stilloe.ings is closer to Spr by it day ghave daylight. We also got lucky with the snow storm. The 18 plus inches was maybe 3 at the most. We did have a little bit of tidal flooding but nothing over our norm.
Picture below is the Acme on our snowy day.
Sat Jan 24th
It is all rain here today. We did have a little snow on Wed. that did was short lived.
The Acme Supermarket it moving along and I am sure we all hope it will be done by summer. Firemans Dinner tickets came in the mail this week and for me that is a sign of Spring.
The Mayor has given some days for the start of the beach repenishment.
They will utilize 3 dredges and begin mobilization in late July 2015.
1st dredge will start in Loveladies mid August and proceed to 110th street.
2nd will start mid September at 110th street and proceed to Holgate.
3rd will start mid October in Holgate.
Everything will be completed by April 2016.
This will make for an interesting fall for the surf fisherman knowing that some beaches will be closed at times and we know we will have dirty water. At least when then are done we will have a beach.
Fri Jan 9th
It feels like a heat wave this morning. Yesterday morning when I woke up my therometer read 10 and this morning it is 20. Ocean temps have dropped below 40.
Sad news with the passing of the inventor of what we know as the red fin. The red fin was a lure that came to life in this area in the early 70s. I remember when they came in the little plastic boxes and sold for 99cents. People were very reluntant to by this new lure which looked like the rebel. To this day the 902 and 911 are still a hot lure to surf fishermen. Carl Richey (Cotton) Cordell was 86.
Last night the NJ Marine Council had their meeting and striped bass were on the agenda. I was unable to attend but Greg O'Connell passed on this information.
The council voted unanimously to support the following striped bass regulations in 2015.
They went with Option CE1 1 fish @28-43" .. &1 fish @>43"
A third fish will also more than likely be allow to be taken via a bonus tag program but debate and final decision on the program will be discussed over the next couple of meetings.
Tues Jan 6th
Snow on the beach! We thank Jack for his report. Click Beach.
Sat Jan 3rd
I hope everyone had a Happy and safe New Year. It is nice to see so many of our non year round people and overnigh guests return to LBI to enjoy the holiday. The ocean is 42 and there looks to be rain ahead later today with temps dropping to feel like winter time come Monday.
Last year I know I had mentioned numerous times that it was a year with so many changes in fishing and regulations and I guess this helped make the decision for the Doris Mae to retire. The Eble family has been around Barnegat Light for as long as I can remember and will be missed by many. For more about their decision click Boat.
Yesterday Friday Jan 2, angler Kenneth Westerfield caught what could become the new all-tackle IGFA record tautog (blackfish).
The fish was caught on Captain Kane Bounds’ Fish Bound out of Ocean City, Maryland and officially weighed at Sunset Marina in Ocean City at 28.8 pounds. If confirmed, it would top the current world record of 25 pounds, set in 1998 by Anthony Monica fishing out of Ocean City, New Jersey.
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Wed Dec 31st
It is a cold morning with an aiir temp of 28, The winds are from the WNW at 9 and the ocean is 43.
It is time for out with the old and in with the new as we say good-bye to 2014.This is not a fishing report this is more of a my life report.
2014 saw a lot of changes here on LBI as we watched more houses come down, be raised up and new ones being built. As I write this there are several new modulars being set here on the south end. We watched the Acme be torn down in September and now we are watching in be rebuilt to be more modern and better than before.
Many of us have had many changes in our lives the last year some good and some not good. There are days that you don't think you can but with the help of friends (when you have no family)you can.
I love memories and New Years for me reminds me of being a kid and my mom with her cow bell and me with a pot lid and a wooden spoon greeting in New Years. Memories are a wonderful thing and for those of you that have lost people this last year always remember the good times that you shared with them.
In 2014 my life is getting back to normal for the most part with the last of Sandy repairs finally finished. For some they are still not done but hopefully they are seeing light at the end of the tunnel.
Here is to a great 2015!!
Wed Dec 31st
Fri Dec 26th
This morning it is 42 with winds from the NW at 12. The ocean is 45.
Well it is the day after Christmas and I hope you all got what you wanted! Lots of games, clothes, skateboards, surfboards and fishing stuffs inder the tree. I guess it depends on where you live but for me it is the beachy things.
Some got surprised with a college acceptance, an engagement ring or the annoucement of a baby. There is just something about the balloons floating out of the box when your mother opens it and the look on her face. Surprise.
Congrats to all of you on your life changing announcements.
Now that I am not open everyday there will not be a daily report. If something interesting happens I will let you know but I just wanted to let you know that everything is okay.
Thurs Dec 25th
Jingles Bait and Tackle would like to wish you our extended family a Merry Christmas! We would also like to thank all of you for your support through out the year.
Thanks again, and enjoy the holidays.
Wed Dec 24th
Wet morning with some rain and some fog. It is 48 degrees with the wind from the ENE at 6 to 12. The ocean is 43. Tidal flooding warnings are in effect again this morning.
I hope you all have your shopping done so you can relax and enjoy the holiday with friends and family.
Christmas has always been one of my favorite holidays. I love the lights, the decorations, the smell of the house between the food and the tree and if it snows on Christmas Eve it is even better as everything glitters. It doesn't look like any chance for snow this year but I will bet there will be some new bikes being rode in the warmer weather.
Mon 7:00 - 4:00
Tues 7:30 - 4:00
Wed Closed till 5/13
Thurs 7:30 - 12:00
Fri 7:00 - 4:30
Sat 6:00 - 4:30
Sun 7:00 - 3:00
This year we are having an in store surf fishing contest starting April 10 - June 22 with an 10 dollar entry fee. Largest bass takes all. In addition there is one that runs from April 10 - Dec 12 with all monies going to the largest bass.
Store Surf Fishing Cohintest Bass Onl
4/10 - 6/22 $1 B0 entry fee
4/10-12/12 $10 entry fee
This years prizes will be given to the top 4
Time to sign-up for
1st place $1000
2nd place $500
3rd place $300
4th place $ 200
**** Based on 100 entries.