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  1. slack tide i have no luck at devereaux at slack tide. If you waited a little while for the tide to start dropping i bet the action would have picked up again.
  2. "when the fall run is in affect what type of spots are good to fish? should i be fishing open ocean areas or rivers or what?" rivers and ocean when the run is just starting but once its really going i would just fish the ocean. and remember you will catch fish during the day when they are blitzing but its still better at night for big fish.
  3. i got mine at Seacoast Kayak in Seabrook
  4. this isn't really an option at low tide you have to walk pretty far just to reach water that is knee deep :D as long as you use common sense you should be fine. I think I'm heading there tonight i'll let you know how i do
  5. :D
  6. simple answer fish somewhere else..... PI is a zoo and thats not gonna change or get a kayak best money i ever spent :D :lol:
  7. nice fish :banana: :P
  8. i'm pretty sure you can fish Deer Island from shore theres a walking path around the whole thing you just have to park before the gates and walk in
  9. I only fish there every once in a while and only an hour or 2 after high tide. the guys on the bridge werent getting anything with bait. from what i saw most fish were caught with lures on light tackle. I dont understand people using 11' rods and chunks when the fish are so small, your not gonna catch much and even when they do its not much of a fight
  10. Fished by on of the bridges for about an hour. Everyone was catching schoolies pretty consistently, a couple guys using teasers were getting doubles. Most fish were under 18" but still fun.
  11. aside from the waste i bet the mouth is really messed up. there will be a ton of debris and i wouldnt be surprised if this changes some of the sand bars.
  12. i dont think you took it that way but i wasn't saying something bad about bcyr22 more of a general statement about all the questions if anyones catching.
  13. i have caught a couple up there. i have been seeing a lot of posts asking if fish have been caught in certain areas. why not go find out for yourself? worst case scenario you get out for a little while and get skunked. best case you catch the first schoolies of the year.
  14. just about anything will work. slow, fast, pauses, jigging, and sometimes even drifting in the current. just cast and then try different techniques until something works.
  15. get a kayak :banana: