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Well, I guess it’s time to post a report on what’s been going on. Oct. 1,the sound Striper season opened with a 3 fish per person a day limit. So far, the fish have made a good showing with limits caught most days. The fish are 18-25" and fun to catch on light tackle. The Trout and Drum have been hit and miss. There are still a few Sheepshead around the inlet bridge along with some small Black Drum. Outside the inlet, the Bluefish are getting a little bigger. The Spanish Mackerel are still hanging around with the water at 70 degrees. Off the beach a ways, the King Mackerel are starting to show up. Most are in the 15-25lb ranger with a few bigger ones mixed in. On some on the deeper wrecks and ruff bottom, Sea Bass & Tilefish have been biting well, but the weather has not been co-operating. Out in the deep blue, the Tuna bite has been great, along with a few Wahoo and Dolphin thrown in.
The ocean Striper season should been happening toward the middle of November. I do have some dates open, but they are going fast. There’s nothing like pulling on a 25lb plus Striper. Drop me an email or give me a call and reserve your spot.

Tight lines, Ray
 

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i know they had some speck biting off of corolla friday and a little saturday morning. didnt get a chance to go up there but my neighbor said it was some good fishing.
 
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