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Speaking with a fellow co-worker this morning he told me about some heavy blue fish action this week-end. He went out for a ride to Hampton beach with a few friends and stopped at Browns Lobster Pound. He stopped because he saw a lot of commotion going and was curious. As it turns out the little river next to Browns was loaded with blue fish and fishermen. He said people were hooking up on virtually every cast and the fish were good size. However, as luck would have it he left his gear at home and all he could do was watch! :banana:

Just goes to show you, when it comes to fishing tackle - never leave home with out! You never know when or where the fish are going to be! :banana:

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lol I think every fisherman or women for that matter should carry aleast a telescoping rod just for what happened here. I remember when I was younger feed big striped bass there of the back patio some real big ones too tey liked my fried clams and steamers.lol

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Ha I have like 4 rods in my car at all times. Yes four you never know what kind of fishing you will need to be doing at a moments notice. Of course you have to pull over to hte side of the road go in a phone booth and put on waders and a vest. Superfisherman!

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From May through early November I always keep a rod or three in my car, as well as a couple trays of bait rigs and lures. You never know when you'll need your gear.

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Like DavidS, I stock my Jeep from May - Nov.

I call it.... "Opportunistic Fishin"

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