More quality fish being caught and hitting the scales each day in our area. Small weakfish and blue fish are also finding there way into the bite. Clams right now seems to be the bait of choice while ava, and deadly dick metals fished with teasers are also doing the trick. We still have a few…

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Things are still looking good but with a twist though! Nice bass are being cought daily both on bait and artificials, The bait of choice seems to be clams while the lure of choice seems to be any sand eel style teaser fished ahead of a ava or a swimming plug. Oh yes the twist, weakfish, yes…

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What we all have been waiting for seems to be knocking at our door! Some really nice bass hit the scales yesterday in our area. They were all taken on bait including a “LIVE EEL”  fished off the beach. Yes, for all of you that say eels are only for jetties and inlets. The beach conditions…

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More bass were taken yesterday on clams and artificials. It seem as conditions improve and more fisherman venture out we are getting a better idea of just whats happening. The heavy metal needed this past week to buck the wind did not produce many bass but the teasers they were carrying out did the trick. This…

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The wind is finally slowing down, although still out of the NE but much more fishable. There has been a few bass taken on clams and heavy metal fished with teasers. As the week progresses the wind will go south and then west and finally north west. I beleive this much needed shift in wind direction will…

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  Tough conditions out front in the surf this past weekend but hopefully things will change this week. A few cocktail blues were caught in the back as well as some snappers from the dock. Mario

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The caution flag is still up and so is the surf! Another day of this NE blow and many of us are getting restless longing to get back to normal fall fishing knowing that the bass and blue fish run is ready to start in our area. Should you venture out today as always use caution…

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Not much different than yesterday! The forcast remains the same, high NE winds and rain not your perfect day for the beach but some what attractive. You never know what you may pull out of that mess in front of you when you throw in a heavy piece of metal or a big bottle plug. All that…

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These are the times that test our surfcasting stamina! Big sticks 10 1/2′ to 11 1/2′ that are capable of throwing large metals and large polaris and bottle style plugs. This style of surf fishing is not for the faint of heart but it has paid off time and time again when large bass who…

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Mullet are back in the wash at IBSP. The surf fishing this week will be challenging to say the least. 6oz to 8oz sinkers on your bait rigs and large bottle plugs, polaris poppers, and weghted needle fish on the plug side. Large metals as #4 deadly dicks and Ava 27s will be required. The…

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