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News update! The striper fishing has finally come to life and should now remain a good option daily thru early January. Anyone looking to go should give us a call as we have a few weekdays available next week and a few weekdays the first week in January. Tog fishing will also remain an option thru this period.
Sam Bebnash and friends braved a stiff northwest wind and caught a good number undersized stripers on the beachfront along with a couple of tog at the tide change. The following day we had folks from the Sussex County Paremedics along for a day of striper fishing. It looked like we were going to get the day in at the mouth of the bay but mother nature showed us otherwise. We did manage more than two dozen bass in the time we fished out front before moving back closer to home were we caught another handful of stripers. The following Day the weather was on our side and Don Kopp and friends had limit catch of keeper stripers with many releases and more than a dozen bluefish up to 12lb 8oz plus a keeper flounder.
After Fridays gale force winds we had Larry Gardner and
friends joined us for a day of tog fishing and we arrived at an
inshore wreck to find dirty water and uncooperative tog. Larry
and friends choose to go and get the stripers instead and the
move paid off with a five passenger limit of stripers and a few
blues as well. Art Hall and friends joined us next and harvested
a limit catch of stripers with several releases and several large
blues all before noon. Next we had Jeff Buckworth and friends
for a half day of striper fishing and things had changed a bit
as far as the keeper ratio but all on board caught a few and couple
for the table as well.
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