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MORE BASS COMING

Posted By Fred Golofaro
Location: Long Island Surf
 Not much of a change from last week with lots of small stripers in many locations and a handful of better fish in a few scattered areas. It seems that when some larger baitfish, usually bunker but we heard of butterfish and weakfish this week, work their way into casting ...

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NORTH FORK BLITZES

Posted By Fred Golofaro
Location: Long Island Surf
 I suppose we can call it some semblance of a fall run but the bulk of the fish making up that run in many areas are running anywhere from 12 or 14 inches to 26 inches and that just doesn’t cut it for most of the casters I’ve been talking ...

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BABYLON CUP RESULTS

Posted By Fred Golofaro
Location: Long Island Surf
 Just when it looked like the fall run was building some momentum, it seemed to take a step back in many areas this week. Very little in the way of consistent action in most places, with the North Fork one of the few exceptions where a mix of bass, big ...

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BABYLON SURF TOURNEY THIS WEEKEND

Posted By Fred Golofaro
Location: Long Island Surf
 A few more positive reports this week is evidence that some fish are on the move down both shores of the Island. Quite a few mentions of very small bass (12 to 22 inches) in some areas, and 22 to 28/30 inches in other areas are the result of the ...

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ACTION SPREADING WEST

Posted By Fred Golofaro
Location: Long Island Surf
 A few days of northeast and east winds failed to fire up any action in the Montauk surf this past week, but there appear to be more fish spread along parts of the South Shore. Certainly nothing to get excited about, but at least a pick of fish in areas ...

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SURF SCENE IMPROVING

Posted By Fred Golofaro
Location: Long Island Surf
Finally a week where the surf wasn’t battered by the effects of major storms passing offshore of Long Island. That helped cure access problems on some beaches, and it also seems like there has been a spike in surf action, at least on the East End of the Island. While ...

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SHOWING SIGNS OF LIFE

Posted By Fred Golofaro
Location: Long Island Surf
 With no hurricanes in the forecast to batter the South Shore beaches, and finally a string of fall like weather under our belt, there’s hope that surf action shifts into gear this week. There are some indications that the surf scene may be slowly coming to life, particularly along both ...

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STRIPERS TO OUR NORTH

Posted By Fred Golofaro
Location: Long Island Surf
 The effects of hurricane Jose did little to inspire any surf action along the South Shore and East End this past week. In fact, what many hoped would be the trigger for some solid fall action turned out to be a complete dud. The high surf also shut down beach ...

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MONTAUK CLASSIC ON TAP

Posted By Fred Golofaro
Location: Long Island Surf
Regardless of how close Jose comes to us this week, it will have an impact on the surf scene. Ideally it will get the bait and fish moving, it will certainly shut down any fishing along the ocean beaches for several days due to high surf, and could impact 4x4 ...

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SURF SHOW THIS WEEK

Posted By Fred Golofaro
Location: Long Island Surf
A good heave on the ocean made fishing the open beach difficult for several days this week and weekend, and limited access to some beaches like Smith Point which was closed to 4x4s Friday and Saturday. Prior to the heave, it appeared shark action was in decline, but fluke were ...

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