It IS Starting to Light Up In NYC

Discussion in 'East Coast Fishing Reports Forum' started by Fin Chaser NJ, Oct 10, 2017.

  1. Fin Chaser NJ

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    Anthony Grassi
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    The Migration is on. As the inshore waters cool off along Long Island, many species of bait like peanut bunker, sand eels, and spearing start to leave those protected waters. The Striped Bass, Bluefish and False Albacore will bo on their tales blitzing along the coast . Topwater plugs like Guide Secrets M-80, No 2 Pencil and the Needle Stick will be the ticket for topwater enthusiast. If the bait is small try the Baby Bottle Pop chartreuse white belly. Our favorite early fall spot is along Jones Beach We still have a few dates open this fall if you are in the NYC area. message me if you are interested.
     
  2. jarhead

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    Peanuts and mullet in the wash, just waiting for the striped ones to show up, caught my first of the season last year on Oct. 15th, using mojos, if the weather ever breaks I'm hoping to do the same.
    Have a great season
     
  3. Northeastfshman

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    WOW LIS was still 70 this weekend. SS at 66. Very very late this year.
     

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