Striped Bass Report 10/26/2014

I took my father in-law fishing today, we woke up at 4:30am because right now it is strictly a morning bite. This will all change shortly for sure. The good news is that we have massive schools of Menhaden (Bunker–bait fish) instead of the typical Fall sand Eels. Big bait (Bunker) means a better shot at big fish and today we landed 3 fish up to 35lbs. The boat is running great and I rewarded her by giving her a full detail after today’s bloodbath. We also lost 3 fish so there was lots of action and no Bluefish around so that made it even better. Again, this will change, but right now if you’re not out there before the sun comes up you might as well stay home. I actually ran aground today while running in the dark, the long awaited dredging project in our inlet is underway though and by deviating amere 20 feet out of the channel I got stuck but managed to get us out of there after a couple scary minutes. I am doing a lot of touring this Fall and Winter but I’m going to try and get out whenever I can. Please let me know if you’re interested in getting in on the action!

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