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xj_96_FP 09-29-2011 08:24 PM

driving on the beach
 
so i just got my pass for brick beach, the fishing is picking up and of course i have to wait until oct 1 to air down, hopefully the weather stays around and the fish stay biting!!!

who takes there jeeps out on the beach? anyone getting a pass?
post the jeep on the beach and even the big catch

cascivic 09-29-2011 10:35 PM

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Originally Posted by xj_96_FP (Post 12247616)
so i just got my pass for brick beach, the fishing is picking up and of course i have to wait until oct 1 to air down, hopefully the weather stays around and the fish stay biting!!!

who takes there jeeps out on the beach? anyone getting a pass?
post the jeep on the beach and even the big catch

oh wow i didnt even know you could do that and i live here! it doesnt look like the area is that big though? north of 5th avenue and not past the mantaloking line what is it like 3/4 of a mile?

04BlackLJ 09-29-2011 11:08 PM

I do IBSP. Just wondering what kind of tires u have and what pressure u air down to?

tomekwb 09-30-2011 05:44 AM

How much is the pass for out of state, I'd love to do some fishing and drive on the beach at same time!

xj_96_FP 09-30-2011 10:18 AM

its around a mile or so, but most people get a pass for toms river also and can go alot further down, its $35 from oct 1 thru april 30th, i have 35's mtr kevlars i air down to 12 psi's. U do not need to be a resident of brick, i dont think it matters actually. its a great area to fish. eveyone keeps the beach pretty clean, they are very strict speeding around though.

jamesdart 09-30-2011 11:05 AM

i fish, im probably going tonight. but never got a beach buggy pass.

xj_96_FP 09-30-2011 12:45 PM

is always easier to load up the jeep and chase the fish along the beach, im planning on getting the IBSP pass in january, b ut this is the second year ive gotten the brick pass and is well worth it.

tomekwb 09-30-2011 03:11 PM

How's fishing in that area? What have you been for bait?

tomekwb 09-30-2011 03:12 PM

What have you been using for bait?

xj_96_FP 09-30-2011 03:28 PM

fishing is starting to heat up, the blues were all over the place the past few days, lures, clams, mullet. you know blues anything the see they eat. srtipers are slowly showing there face, a few around but its only a matter of time.

daveWK42 09-30-2011 07:09 PM

i live further south, in oc, & am not really much of a fisherman, more of a surfer. but being able to drive right up onto the beach in january or feruary is nice, esp. when the air is colder than the water...i don't really bother airing down & i've never had a problem. when i visit the outer banks in the summer, i go down to about 15-18psi. never gotten stuck (there was one brief moment of possible doubt this past june, but i got out of it) in my stock WK w/ 245/65r17 hankook dynapro's.

jamesdart 10-01-2011 07:35 AM

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Originally Posted by xj_96_FP (Post 12250686)
is always easier to load up the jeep and chase the fish along the beach, im planning on getting the IBSP pass in january, b ut this is the second year ive gotten the brick pass and is well worth it.

true. i just have a hard time justifying the 250 for ibsp pass.

xj_96_FP 10-01-2011 07:33 PM

i believe it is $195 for the calander year, its alittle better, i pay 35 for brick beach and its more than enough sand, the good thing about IBSP though is you can make a fire

04BlackLJ 10-03-2011 04:35 AM

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Originally Posted by xj_96_FP
its around a mile or so, but most people get a pass for toms river also and can go alot further down, its $35 from oct 1 thru april 30th, i have 35's mtr kevlars i air down to 12 psi's. U do not need to be a resident of brick, i dont think it matters actually. its a great area to fish. eveyone keeps the beach pretty clean, they are very strict speeding around though.

I have MTR w/ Kevlar too, last time I aired down to about 20psi and was ok(afraid of underinflating, some Guy told be I could lose my bead), the real chewed up sandy spots were iffy but got through, u think it will be a lot better at 12 psi? I kinda think I understand the concept behind airing down but is it def necessary and does anyone have a good explanation of why to air down in sand? I know I should do it, but just have always assumed my own reasons

Toms87 10-03-2011 04:58 AM

http://www.4x4abc.com/jeep101/soft-sand-deflate.html


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