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08-04-2006, 06:13 PM
08-04-2006, 10:12 PM
Yes it did. I'm going down this weekend. I'll give a report when I get back on Tuesday.
08-07-2006, 06:28 AM
For a sec there, thought your motor conked out...or that flounder and croaker came to an abrupt halt.
Other replies come to mind...
It was never born.[sad]
Keeps the crowds down.[wink]
Secretive minds, us DBay folks.[angel]
All the money's on the CBay.[tongue]
There ain't no fish in the DBay.
08-09-2006, 09:15 PM
There you go.
I used to fish out of Missipilion. I think it was Cedar Creek. Anway up to about 8 years ago my grandfather and I would put his boat in at the public ramp. We would go out to the beach ball and coral beds and catch flounder trout and croaker. How is the fishing in this area? I now fish out of Smith Point on th CB because of location to my home. I have been thinking of the great weakfish and flounder we used to catch and plan on pulling my boat over for a day or two fishing trip.. My boat is reg. in VA is there still a ramp permit required and how much?
Thanks in advance for any info or advice. I almost forgot about the sharks what blast.[smile]
08-19-2006, 12:52 PM
Ramp permit is around 30-35 dollars,which is good for all the state ramps,fishing now in that area is mostly croaker and shark,
seems a lot of trout have moved back into the lower bay,alot of Jeresy guy's are catching limits,flounder is still good in the deeper water....