I think I saw the spot where you landed that big unn way back when. I was ther at dead low tide and saw the bones. Cool stuff man. I did mark tons of stripers on the left of that river between a red can and land just before the bones. Looks like a great place to drag an eel around. Still have not had any luck with th eels but am have not invested the time yet. next year I am getting a live bait well for livelining macks and am going to get a handle on the eels. i'll keep you posted.
I thought I read about it and it said it was at a set of bones from an old gallion.
Anywho that skeleton looks like a good little spot. Looking forward to trying it out.
I have been taking the kids and neighbors and co-workers out bluefishing. People see me leaving all th etime to go fishing and th ey always ask when am I taking them. I don't mind at all it's just you want to put them on fish whichas you know can be a challenge.
Enjoy the fall Roccus and thanks again for all the good info. :)
Yes it was the "bones of an old Spannish gallion but it is out on the front beach, there's not much left, just a rib or two, now they all may have disapeared, I havent been to the exact spot at low tide lately..