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FISHING LOGS: Long Island, Metro NY


Posted By Fred Golofaro, November 5, 2018
It was another solid week of action but with an increasing number of small stripers making up the action. Still, there seem to be a few nice fish beached on a daily basis, but to keep things in perspective, we are talking a lot of casters out there to account for those few fish. Demo and Robert Moses were packed Sunday, and even during the week, the parking lots at Moses were well populated with casters. Sunday morning was relatively quiet in many areas due to the browned up surf left by Saturday’s gale force winds, but sand eels were still evident in the wash along some beaches. Small bass were also entertaining casters on the North Shore this week. We had reports of good action from places like Huntington Harbor, Asharoken, Rocky Point and Wading River on diamond jigs, swim shads, soft plastics and swimming plugs.
Boats working off the South Shore from Fire Island to Rockaway Inlet have been scoring decent numbers of bass from the teens into the 30 pound class, along with some big bluefish. Hopefully some of those fish find their way to the beach over the next couple of weeks.
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