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    Casino Pier

    Does anyone have knowledge of how the fishing is around casino pier i'll be in that area for a week starting in August 30.


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    Which casino pier?

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    Nothing grows faster than a fish between the time the fish takes your fly...and the time he gets away.

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    Casino pier in Seaside.


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    Not much sweetwater near Seaside. Manasquan and the Toms are the closest. Both will test your jungle fishing techniques. As for Salt water, pretty much everything is in full swing. Colman.


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    Cole, it's not obvious but this was posted to the NE Salt Water forum on this site That's the only downside of all threads being pushed to the top of the main page.

    I think the shore-bound action is from night to about 8:30AM or so up and down the Monmouth coast right now. The fish move out when the sun moves up (for the most part for blues and bass... fluke may stay in the wash all day)


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    Hey Flying, I didn't notice it was a salt water post until too late. You are correct about the current conditions, the fluking is starting to heat up, the initial flurry of bass has passed but still very good, blues (same as every year, there for the picking). In late August, early September you can pretty much catch any and all these species in decent numbers.


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