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Old 10-28-2011, 04:17 PM
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Default Atlantic Saltwater Flyrodders Fall Classic

Sometimes I forget that some of you may actually be close enough to fish with! Nov11-13th is the annual Fall Classic in Island Beach State Park, Seaside NJ.
The fall Bass are in and it should be a productive weekend. Lots of great help with flies, casting, and general fish talk is always available. I'll be there for atleast 2 of the three days and JimW is driving up for the weekend. If you wan't more info you can find it here:

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Wish I could be there, Swirl, but alas, I'll be stuck fishing for steelhead here in WNY I miss my beloved saltwater
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It's been pretty spotty in NJ. The Fall run just hasn't clicked yet, I hope it does soon because the Perch fishing is getting old. Long Island is on fire right now but they always a have a stronger Fall run. Enjoy the Steelhead, I will get up there one day...
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Nice of you to post this...thanks!
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If i wasnt going steelheading that weekend i'd be there....always wanted to try the salt fishing...maybe next year
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