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johnnyc0074

new to fishing

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hey i'm a beginner fisherman. i live in fall river and have been fishing at sandy pt. beach in portsmouth, ri and off sakonnet point in little compton. i'm just looking for general tips and knowledge on fishing for bluefish and stripers. when is the best time to go, what to use, any spots in newport? i have really had 1 enjoyable experience and it was at sakonnet point where i caught 3 small blues and a 23" striper within a half hour. i would like any helpful advice. thanks, johnny

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the best time to fish for striped bass is at night time. the best time to fish for bluefish in day/night. the best lures are poppers and swiming minnow lures and live eels for striped bass. eels produce alot of big striped bass. bluefish like a fast lure.

obey yor state fishing rules

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welcome ,

good luck and change line once a year

you don't want to finily get that big

fish and your line break hope this helps

oh ya i like herring chunks and use line

with weight slide swivel 3 to 4 foot leeder

and #6/0 circle hook . thats for stripers

bob :banana:

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