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Striped Bass – Long Beach


Decent quantity of Striped Bass moving into Long Beach piers/jetties. Taking/preferring clams. Won’t hurt to throw a few poppers etc. You should be able to hitch a few up … decent amount of fish down there.
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Pulaski Fishing _ River Fishing movie with Song

Pulaski Fishing _ river fishing movie

Where’s a good place to fish for walleye in New York state?

Question by martyvillasuso: Where’s a good place to fish for walleye in New York state?
Hudson Valley in particular, but I wouldn’t mind driving 3-4 hrs.

Best answer:

Answer by donall520
I’ve caught some real dandies at Lake Oneida.

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Captains Andy and Rich meet up with their good friend and accomplished tournament angler Dave Lilly. Dave puts them on an amazing fluke bite in the deep water just south of the bridge. The guys land several fish over 8lbs. The techniques in this show can be used by anyone who targets monster fluke in deep water. See more saltwater fishing videos, news, techniques, product reviews, recommended tackle, and more at Northeast Angling (www.neangling.com).
Video Rating: 5 / 5

Addictive Fishing: Hour Jacks – MONSTER fish on topwater

Capt. Blair fishes the Space Coast beaches for big jack crevalle with Capt. Jimmy Ross. WEBSITE www.addictivefishing.com ___________________________________________________ MORE LINKS Shop our Tackle Shop @ http Stay Connected @ www.addictivefishing.com Join the G+ Mogan Lounge @ plus.google.com
Video Rating: 4 / 5

Those Were the Days : The Life and Times of a Florida Keys Fishing Guide by...
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Carp Fishing Australia Part 4 – 10.20kg Common

Carp Fishing Australia Part 4
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YouFishTV: Brendan Wing, Gawaine Blake and Neil Breward in a once in a lifetime experience on their home waterway Western Port. First up a 1.33mtr jewfish (40lbs) followed by an absolute beast that comes in at 1.42mts or approx 60lbs. The boys do specialist charters for these enigmatic fish but they never expect what goes down on this day. Please note the State bag limit of this species is 10 per person per day. We caught 6 mulloway from 7 trips in the 2009 season. 4 of those fish were over 18kgs, and we kept a grand total of 4 fish for the season, releasing 2. For charters contact 0448 500 111.
Video Rating: 4 / 5

Waikato Heads, Waikato, North Island, New Zealand
fishing tips
Image by Sandy Austin
The only shop in the area. There used to be a very good fish and chip shop next door where the fish was freshly caught from the river and the chips were fried in dripping. That’s gone now

Question by duckblindiva: Can I bake catfish with fish Fry mix and it turn out okay?
I have Zatarain’s fish fry mix and some catfish fillets. Can I bake the fish with the coating and it turn out right, or does it have to be fried? I am trying to do it just a little healthier. Anyone have any suggestions for oven temp or have any other tips for me?

Best answer:

Answer by brandonbamboo
yes itll be ok

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New England and Southern colonies encomy difference?

Question by Christina: New England and Southern colonies encomy difference?
How was the New England Colonial economy different from the Southern Colonial economy and why?

Best answer:

Answer by ripplingwaterz
The New England Colonies were largely farming and fishing communities. The people made their own clothes and shoes. They grew much of their own food. Crops like corn and wheat grew in large numbers, and much was shipped to England. Foods that didn’t grow in America were shipped from England. Boston was the major New England port.

The Middle Colonies were part agriculture, part industrial. Wheat and other grains grew on farms in Pennsylvania and New York. Factories in Maryland produced iron, and factories in Pennsylvania produced paper and textiles. Trade with England was plentiful in these colonies as well.

The Southern Colonies were almost entirely agricultural. The main feature was the plantation, a large plot of land that contained a great many acres of farmland and buildings in which lived the people who owned the land and the people who worked the land. (A large part of the workforce was African slaves, who first arrived in 1619.)

Southern plantations grew tobacco, rice, and indigo, which they sold to buyers in England and elsewhere in America.

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The classic 150 Montauk delivers surefire dependability, no-nonsense design and efficient, turnkey operation. An open center console layout makes the 150 Montauk an amazing fish and ski boat, with maximum onboard utility. The power of a standard 60-hp Mercury FourStroke engine provides great performance for watersports, or for cruising to nearshore saltwater and inland fishing spots. A shallow draft allows you to fish new and remote locations, and a low freeboard puts you close to your prey. High wraparound railings and a high swamped capacity ensure superior safety for the whole family. Add easy cleanup and a standard trailer, and it’s clear there’s one category where this 15-foot Montauk is undeniably bigger than the rest: convenience.

Since New York now has their version of Sarah Palin, will Dems attack her with everything they’ve got?

Question by Western European Mutt – WEM: Since New York now has their version of Sarah Palin, will Dems attack her with everything they’ve got?
The New York Times sent 50 reporters to Alaska to sift through every aspect of Sarah Palin’s life after her candidacy was announced. She was eviscerated by every liberal on the planet while she raised truckloads full of cash for the Republicans. In fact, some nice democrat was kind enough to throw a few gallons of gas on her church and burned it down right before Christmas.

Now that New York has a woman who loves to hunt, is a strong supporter of the NRA, and had a baby very recently (Palin-esque) will libs go on a full attack even though she’s one of their own?

Best answer:

Answer by peachpicker53
Comparing Palin to Kennedy is comparing apples to oranges.

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The Central New York Ghost hunters return to Hannibal NY for another investigation after the owner gets some interesting activity caught on the security camera.
Video Rating: 5 / 5

I hate it when you tune me out this way, Wanda …

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I hate it when you tune me out this way, Wanda …
fishing new york
Image by Ed Yourdon
Note: this photo was published in an Aug 10, 2011 issue of Everyblock NYC zipcodes blog titled "10024."

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What do New Yorkers do on a hot Sunday afternoon at the end of July?

Typically, between one and two million (yes, million) of them head to a nearby park to relax and enjoy themselves. That might mean heading to Central Park, or Prospect Park, or one of the dozens of other parks scattered throughout the five boroughs of the city. But if you live on the Upper West Side of Manhattan, one of the more tempting choices is Riverside Park, which stretches along the Hudson River from 59th Street up to 125th Street, and even further north (if you’re somewhat adventurous) to the George Washington Bridge.

It’s a relatively narrow park, but there’s enough grass to stretch out and sunbathe, or enjoy a picnic. Or you can find a shady spot under a tree, and read a book or the Sunday New York Times. Swimming in the river is not encouraged, but fishing is okay; or you can rent a (free) kayak down by the 70th Street pier, and paddle around in the river to enjoy a cool breeze. For the more athletically inclined, there are tennis courts (at 96th Street), soccer fields (a little further north), and baseball diamonds (a little further south).

But since there’s a wide, paved walkway that stretches along the entire distance of the park, a lot of people seem compelled — even in hot, humid weather — to jog, run, walk, skate, or bicycle along the river. It’s a great opportunity to show off your fancy bike, or your fancy skates, or your handsome/beautiful body; and it’s hard to beat the view and the scenery.

I came down here to Riverside Park some four months ago to photograph the biking/jogging/skating action, which you see on Flickr in a set I called Riverside Park – first day of spring, Mar 20, 2011. But it was still pretty cold, so most people were bundled up to stay warm.

Today, on this last day of July, nobody was bundled up. True, nobody was running naked, and I didn’t see anyone in a bikini; but brief shorts and t-shirts were pretty universal … except for the guys who wore shorts and no shirt at all.

In my usual fashion, I took quite a few photos — 800 in all, as people continued skating, jogging, walking, and riding past me. About 10% of them were out of focus, or cut off (a running body with no head is not all that interesting), and another 80% were okay, but relatively boring. So, as usual, 90% of the photos got deleted, and I’ve got 80 "keepers" to share with everyone on Flickr.

I have a feeling that I won’t bother with any more summer photos along the river, like this. But I may come back in the fall, when the leaves have turned and the air is crisp and cool. Who knows what everyone will be wearing at that point?

Annie, it’s not a big deal – it’s just an Armenian wedding ceremony. And it will make my mother *very* happy!
fishing new york
Image by Ed Yourdon
Note: this photo was published in an Aug 8, 2011 issue of Everyblock NYC zipcodes blog titled "10024."

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What do New Yorkers do on a hot Sunday afternoon at the end of July?

Typically, between one and two million (yes, million) of them head to a nearby park to relax and enjoy themselves. That might mean heading to Central Park, or Prospect Park, or one of the dozens of other parks scattered throughout the five boroughs of the city. But if you live on the Upper West Side of Manhattan, one of the more tempting choices is Riverside Park, which stretches along the Hudson River from 59th Street up to 125th Street, and even further north (if you’re somewhat adventurous) to the George Washington Bridge.

It’s a relatively narrow park, but there’s enough grass to stretch out and sunbathe, or enjoy a picnic. Or you can find a shady spot under a tree, and read a book or the Sunday New York Times. Swimming in the river is not encouraged, but fishing is okay; or you can rent a (free) kayak down by the 70th Street pier, and paddle around in the river to enjoy a cool breeze. For the more athletically inclined, there are tennis courts (at 96th Street), soccer fields (a little further north), and baseball diamonds (a little further south).

But since there’s a wide, paved walkway that stretches along the entire distance of the park, a lot of people seem compelled — even in hot, humid weather — to jog, run, walk, skate, or bicycle along the river. It’s a great opportunity to show off your fancy bike, or your fancy skates, or your handsome/beautiful body; and it’s hard to beat the view and the scenery.

I came down here to Riverside Park some four months ago to photograph the biking/jogging/skating action, which you see on Flickr in a set I called Riverside Park – first day of spring, Mar 20, 2011. But it was still pretty cold, so most people were bundled up to stay warm.

Today, on this last day of July, nobody was bundled up. True, nobody was running naked, and I didn’t see anyone in a bikini; but brief shorts and t-shirts were pretty universal … except for the guys who wore shorts and no shirt at all.

In my usual fashion, I took quite a few photos — 800 in all, as people continued skating, jogging, walking, and riding past me. About 10% of them were out of focus, or cut off (a running body with no head is not all that interesting), and another 80% were okay, but relatively boring. So, as usual, 90% of the photos got deleted, and I’ve got 80 "keepers" to share with everyone on Flickr.

I have a feeling that I won’t bother with any more summer photos along the river, like this. But I may come back in the fall, when the leaves have turned and the air is crisp and cool. Who knows what everyone will be wearing at that point?

My boyfriend just texted me to say that your sunglasses look ridiculous. You should see what he says about Sheila’s floppy white hat!
fishing new york
Image by Ed Yourdon
Note: this photo was published in an Aug 10, 2011 issue of Everyblock NYC zipcodes blog titled "10024."

******************************************************

What do New Yorkers do on a hot Sunday afternoon at the end of July?

Typically, between one and two million (yes, million) of them head to a nearby park to relax and enjoy themselves. That might mean heading to Central Park, or Prospect Park, or one of the dozens of other parks scattered throughout the five boroughs of the city. But if you live on the Upper West Side of Manhattan, one of the more tempting choices is Riverside Park, which stretches along the Hudson River from 59th Street up to 125th Street, and even further north (if you’re somewhat adventurous) to the George Washington Bridge.

It’s a relatively narrow park, but there’s enough grass to stretch out and sunbathe, or enjoy a picnic. Or you can find a shady spot under a tree, and read a book or the Sunday New York Times. Swimming in the river is not encouraged, but fishing is okay; or you can rent a (free) kayak down by the 70th Street pier, and paddle around in the river to enjoy a cool breeze. For the more athletically inclined, there are tennis courts (at 96th Street), soccer fields (a little further north), and baseball diamonds (a little further south).

But since there’s a wide, paved walkway that stretches along the entire distance of the park, a lot of people seem compelled — even in hot, humid weather — to jog, run, walk, skate, or bicycle along the river. It’s a great opportunity to show off your fancy bike, or your fancy skates, or your handsome/beautiful body; and it’s hard to beat the view and the scenery.

I came down here to Riverside Park some four months ago to photograph the biking/jogging/skating action, which you see on Flickr in a set I called Riverside Park – first day of spring, Mar 20, 2011. But it was still pretty cold, so most people were bundled up to stay warm.

Today, on this last day of July, nobody was bundled up. True, nobody was running naked, and I didn’t see anyone in a bikini; but brief shorts and t-shirts were pretty universal … except for the guys who wore shorts and no shirt at all.

In my usual fashion, I took quite a few photos — 800 in all, as people continued skating, jogging, walking, and riding past me. About 10% of them were out of focus, or cut off (a running body with no head is not all that interesting), and another 80% were okay, but relatively boring. So, as usual, 90% of the photos got deleted, and I’ve got 80 "keepers" to share with everyone on Flickr.

I have a feeling that I won’t bother with any more summer photos along the river, like this. But I may come back in the fall, when the leaves have turned and the air is crisp and cool. Who knows what everyone will be wearing at that point?

Fishing off Big Pine Key Florida

Annual fishing trip we take. Had some of the best bottom fishing we’ve ever experienced.

Join Ed Brochin and Nicole �Fairweather� Wheeler as they pay tribute to the nesting bluegill. This show celebrates the old way� On Fly and Flip Pole! Join host Eddie Brochin and members of his pro staff as they travel the country in pursuit of outdoor adventure. Every show is as unique as its host. Eddie Brochin is a master outdoorsman, providing service to the public as a professional hunting and fishing guide. He pursues his quarry with traditional bow hunting equipment and his latest addition to his outdoor pro staff, a red-tailed hawk named “Maverick.” Whether you are a beginning enthusiast or a serious sportsman, this show is for you. “As Real as it Gets.”
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Question by Rgrgrg: What happens if I order an illegal fish online?
I live in Florida and bought a Teacup stingray. He’s willing to ship here as well.

What happens if I buy it? Will the postal service seize it? Will they even be able to identifity it?

Best answer:

Answer by Joylynn
You may end up with a huge fine and even a misdemeanor conviction.If a State has banned a fish it is because they are afraid the fish will get into the local waterways and wipe out native species or even whole ecosystems. When this happens it tends to be very expensive for the State involved. look up round gobies and zebra mussels for examples.

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Those Were the Days : The Life and Times of a Florida Keys Fishing Guide by...

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Q&A: How do you explain the habit of “some” Indians to ask money from foreigners?

Question by Meerkatz 007: How do you explain the habit of “some” Indians to ask money from foreigners?
I just spent a month in Southern India (its my second time). This is something that caught my attention: almost every person (and I don’t mean the official beggars) who struck up a conversation with me or my colleagues ended up asking for some kind of donation, support, or just money during the first 2 minutes of our talk. Including people with good jobs, education. Can someone say since when it has become socially and morally ok to do this? And what could be the reason for such behaviour? Besides the obvious reason of poverty, of course.
(I myself come from a former socialist country. When I was young, we had almost nothing (in the material sense of the word)in comparison with the foreigners who visited our country. But we would have never dreamt of asking anybody for anything. There were some kids who used to hang around hotels, begging for sweets but they were despised by other kids and punished by the parents if it came out. It wasn’t ok to do this, neither morally nor socially.)
During my trip, I befriended several Tibetan buddhists and Kashmiri muslims. This was not their behaviour. And let me list some other countries where I never experienced such thing: Vietnam and Bali, and European countries, both former socialist and established capitalist countries.

Best answer:

Answer by sierra blue
it seems to be their way. if they can get their hand in your pocket they will – they work at how to cheat the system and when they emigrate to a new country they bring their cheating ways with them.
look around…….most w.c.b. claims, fake accidents, sick benefits, are paid out to these people. but oh my god, don’t say it aloud, ’cause then you are a racist.
we should build a great big wall around our country and not let anyone else in! let their boats founder on the reef! please!

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