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TUNNY ACTION

Posted By Nick Honachefsky, October 16, 2017
 False albies made a grand push into North Jersey this week as the schools seemingly came out of nowhere. More large striped bass were reported on fresh clam baits this week while tailor bluefish dominate most surf catches. A few hickory shad and even a weakfish or two are also showing up in the suds. Togheads are hitting the back bay piers and jetties and doing a number on the whitechinners. Out on the beaches of LBI, the 63rd annual “Derby” was off to a big start with bluefish, but the first striped bass weigh-ins began on Saturday when Logan Johnson weighed in a keeper on a sand crab; George Konowal of the LBI Fishing Club had a 16-1/2-pounder on Saturday on bunker. As of Sunday morning, there 575 anglers registered for the contest which runs through December 10.
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