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STRIPERS ON THE MOVE

Posted By Tom Melton, October 9, 2017
STRIPERS ON THE MOVE
A nice striper caught aboard the Fish Finder II. Look for an uptick in striper action this week.
The tides are turning my crystal ball is telling me. And, no I do not mean the tide in the bay! By the end of this week we will be seeing some east winds, cooler temps and I guarantee this will put a jump in striper activity in Great South Bay. Moriches is already seeing a solid spike with fish outside the new inlet on the bunker pods and on live kingfish. For bass, try the dropping tide after dark with live eels or by day drag a bunker or live spot, kingfish, legal porgy etc. Clams have also produced bass by day as well. If you want blackfish… keepers I mean, fish uncharted wrecks or smaller rockpiles with green or Asian crabs. If you want short blackfish, follow the entire fleet of recreational and party boats and fish used water! And, if neither bass nor blackfish fit your fancy, then head over the Ocean Beach/Kismet area in the early a.m. Anglers tossing jelly worms or jigs with sand worms have had several good innings with weakfish. Weakfish are also active off the Captree piers.
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