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Thread: Techniques: Fishing a Darter

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    Quote Originally Posted by cowherder View Post
    When the going gets tough the tough get going!
    Exactly, I am going to Long Island.
    Certain spots on the Island are actually closer to me than the jersey shore.
    I have really enjoyed fishing on the Island the last two years. Its awesome.
    In that pic above I would walk 2 miles of beach there, fishing rock pile after rock pile, was great fun.
    They buried it. I hate piers and bulkheads, prefer solitude over fishing the rips with others.
    Screw this state, what they have done to the jersey shore is 100 percent wrong for multiple reasons.
    And there are so many areas on Long Island to fish darters.
    White Water Monty 2.00 (WWM)
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    I love darters for fishing near Montauk, but they can also be used on different sides of an inlet when the tide is going out. Smaller ones like mag darters are ideal for early season striped bass.

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    I fished the bottom darter in this pic often.
    Its a "smaller" one, about 5" long made by Linesider69, he didn't make many.
    I caught a few schoolies on it, and like it, was reliable. Its smaller than the SS darter. Fished it slow.
    Not many small real darters around.

    White Water Monty 2.00 (WWM)
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