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Old 03-15-2019, 10:08 AM   #2311
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How are you jersy? Ready to go ? True what you said.

My local swimming pool is 9 ft deep and at that depth I don't feel any pressure in my sinuses nor the need to equalize. But that's soft water, sea water is heavier.'Swallowing' is usually all I need in the 10-15ft range and I start to feel pressure in my sinuses at 10-12ft.
That's how I measure my depth. That and the light. It's not very precise but it tells me I wasn't deeper than 18ft Tuesday.
I wasn't heavy enough either, so I had to quick hard to go down and stay down. I need some practice for sure. The 5mm mako suit I have gives me lots of buoyancy. I may be back this WE but it's gonna be low tide, aka bad viz. But as you said you got to go where they are.
I don't think they're in this shallow period yet, holes or not. Its cold as **** and the food is limited even in the shallows. I'm holding out until 4/13 to get in for the pm high tide if anyone wants to join.
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Old 03-15-2019, 03:24 PM   #2312
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Im good. Getting ready. And i meant deep in the holes as in stick your head in there and look for them. But right now proably no fish. Its cold.
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Old 03-18-2019, 06:48 AM   #2313
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I was in low tide Barnegat inlet yeeterday, and although the top layer was milk soup, it improved below ~15 ft. Very clear but much colder too. So it's getting better, but I didn't see anything moving. I checked in a few holes but I saw nothing. It was too dark anyways in these holes. I'd need a flash light.
Somebody told me she saw a Seal catching a fish, but there was no reelers on the jetty, so beside seals, I don't know who's smart enough to catch a fish in March. But viz is getting better.
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