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Name:Eel Fishing
Created By:laveiro1
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Details:Went out to fish for Eel's so that I coul use them for both bait and chum. We cought about 45 Eel's that ranged in sizes from 15 inches to 36 inches. these 36 inch monsters put up a huge fight! WOW, it was fun.... They also make great chum for when Strippers come in.....
Location:Raritan River Flats
Trip Date:6/7/2007
# of Hotspots:1
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# of Fish Caught:45
Water Type:saltwater
Type of Fish:American Eel
Fish Length (Avg):15 inches
Fish Length (Max):38 inches
Fish Weight (Avg):0 lbs. 0 oz.
Fish Weight (Max):0 lbs. 0 oz.
Bait Type:Other
Bait Details:Earth Worms Threaded through spider wire
Location Details:Best time to fish is at night! We used a Portuguese Technique where we thread regular earthworms through a long string (Spider Wire), then we tied the two ends and proceeded to fold the line over itís self until I had a ball of earth worms. I then added a #3 weight so that it can help sink this ball. This ball is tied to a strong nylon string about 5-10 feet in length (you do not want to fish any deep than this).
This ball is lowered to the water until you reach the bottom. Wait for the action, once you feel the biting pull up the Ball into your boat. The Eel will let go once they are in your boat. This requires some practice but once you find them the action does not stop! Beware of the big ones! They will destroy the Worm ball in one shot but the fight is well worth it.
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# of Fish Caught:45
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Last review was on 08/29/09 10:17 AM by bullshark

Ranking Score: [?]3.5
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Date Updated:08/07/08 12:55 PM
Date Created:08/07/08 12:55 PM

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