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Long Island, Metro Video Fishing Forecast November 29, 2023

STRIPER MEETING ON MONDAY & BASS & TOG IN THE FINAL MONTH We’re flipping the calendar to the final month of the year with more reports of tog and stripers from around the island. Montauk and the East End have been the main players for the bottom fishing while the bulk of the striper action is still taking place from about Fire Island Inlet going west and also the western harbors on the North Shore of the Island. Also, keep in mind that this upcoming Monday will be another striped bass regulations meeting at the DEC headquarters in Kings Park. The public is welcome to attend and the address is 123 Kings Park Blvd, Kings Park, NY 11754.


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Report by Campsite Sport Shop

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Report by Miller Place Bait and Tackle

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Report by Ralphs Fishing Station

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