LBI Surf Fishing Report Update – November 14, 2018
Nice to see some life on the beach!
Robbie Vallone was out on the surf this morning and then again in the afternoon/evening. He caught some small but fat striped bass. Rob reported, “I plugged the mid-island surf and found bass. In the morning I got six fish, most between 18-22″ with the largest 26″. Everything was on a diamond jig with a sand eel teaser.” In the afternoon/evening I got a dozen. They were stacked up in a couple cuts. I was doubled up once! All of the action was on the mid island surf.
New load of fresh bunker arrived this evening. We’ve got the primo freshies ready for chunking.
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