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Willdwood, NJ my first striper

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Jul 13, 2004
This is my first and bigest yet, striper bass, 39". I was hiding behind a rock about 15' down, when a school swem by, i hit him in the spine so he didnt put up much of a fight.


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cach of the day

me and my brother landed these 3 stripers,1 flounders, and one nice size black fish.


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Congrats! A stipper or rock fish...awesome. I would love to shoot one of those someday.

I've been spearfishing in Wildwood/Cape May a lot this year. The last two months have had fantastic visability, although that has changed now. Hopefully it will clear soon, but it has been known to stay months with poor vis.
I've hit two plus 20 inch blackfish out there and a 38 striper so far. Two weeks ago I was out around 7:30 pm and came across two huge schools while I was hiding on the bottom. Both had some huge cows, but I only had a clear shot on the 38. Great time though.
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