Fishing Report Update April 11, 2019

Here’s a short fishing report update to supplement our recent posts. See Monday’s comprehensive fishing report update post. and Swag’s Tog Fishing Report Post. Guess what he’s out on the water today. We’ll post his report once he shares.

Only new news we can add is a striped bass report that a customer shared yesterday and a hint at a new species in the area.

A customer called in yesterday to reserved a couple dozen bloodworms. When he stopped in to pick up he reported, “My last trip out was good. I was into striped bass the whole time. They were small (biggest 26.5″) but a lot of fun catching about 10 of them. I blew through a dozen worms fast so I’m doubling up today.” He was fishing the bayside on LBI.

April/May Black Drum Fishing

While no direct first hand report, there’s chatter about a couple black drum showing up. Traditionally mid April and May are a time when these fish are active. If bait up with clam for your best chance at targeting them.

A Warning for Boaters

If you didn’t see our original post on Facebook or Instagram this is for you. A navigational hazard exists in the bay near the Causeway Bridge. Fortunately they were recently marked however, mariners must be aware that these hazards are elsewhere along the ICW too. Here’s a highlight from my time with Ted Greenberg of NBC10 News.

Here’s our original notice to mariners post on Facebook which caught Ted’s attention.

2 thoughts on “Fishing Report Update April 11, 2019”

  1. Matts Tog tag stated he caught it on the Osprey? He was on the Ocean Explorer, proof source OE fishing report of Tuesday April 9th! Same picture!

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