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EASE THE WIND

Posted By Dave Anderson, November 12, 2018
EASE THE WIND
Mike Salkauskas landed this 16.25-pound togzilla last week. He kept the fish alive, weighed it in at AW Marina and released it to keep on growing.
For the third week in a row, or is the fourth, I am writing about the wind. This has been THE windiest fall I can remember. And it seems like the relentless wind has dropped the water temps much faster than anyone expected. The porgy season is, pretty much, over. The same can be said for the sea bass. Albies? Well there are rumors, but there seem to always be albie rumors. Blues have been pretty scarce except in the extreme western Sound where they are still sporadic at best. That leaves stripers and blackfish. Striper action has been pretty good—it’s mostly schoolies—but there are some keepers and a few bigger fish mixed in as well. Blackfish results have been good, when people are able to get out, but reports are—generally—positive for tog right now.
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