LBI Fishing Report Update – November 4, 2018
The first few days of November offered tough conditions but some fish were caught. It’s great to see some quality fish showing up. We just now need the weather to cooperate.
LBI Surf Fishing Report
Fish are moving into our local water but are still waiting for them to hit the beach. Still only a few surf side stripers.
As far as an update from the LBI Surf Fishing Classic… A couple fish were caught off the mid island surf. Wendy Essinger got an 8 pound bass fishing bunker late morning. James Worobetz got a 10 pound bass on clam yesterday afternoon. A few days ago Chris Masino got a seven and a half pounder on a plug.
At the time of this post the Top Three Fish are all under eleven pounds but with bigger fish moving in this should change very soon.
Another ASAC Surf Fishing Tournament went down on Saturday. The anglers battled some fierce winds and rough up surf. Greg O’Connell reported, “It was brutal! One Striped bass 18″ and three sand sharks.”
LBI Boat Fishing Report
Some great reports flowing in from the local boats fishing up the beach! Not epic fishing but a pick of nice fish non the less.
Despite the very poor weather, the Maximilian Foundation Fishing Tournament went down this weekend and there were surprisingly good results; 15 bass weighed in with Son Of A Fish’s 43.5 pound fish taking the win.
Fish Head Charters
Finally got back out after tied up for too many days due to weather. We decided to opt against the troll and fish the waters where we had loads of fish (small but active fun) previously. Unfortunately we were greeted with water like PORTER! Things were not good. We tried a few different areas with lures and live bait but no love. To make the most of the day we called it early and rescheduled. I’m tossing this up because I got an email two weeks ago asking, “You only post the good reports. Why not share to poor ones?” Right now I’m looking forward to redemption!