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Old 11-13-2017, 08:29 AM
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Sounds like my day yesterday, stubbornly worked pods east of inlet through east of ocean beach since thats what produced for me Saturday. No takers yesterday, shouldve jigged.
Found out later there was a good jig bite a bit se of me, a kid had a 58lb bass on a party boat.

BTW whats the construction dock?

We were SE of that crowd. Did well. Pretty sure we stopped right by you on our way home to see if there was anything happening there. We spend about 5 minutes before moving on.

Construction Dock is basically the back side of RM Field 2. A barge disintegrated there years ago, real sticky bottom and a well definted rip there as well. Holds fish at times but can be tough to fish at times due to guys on the rocks fishing.
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Old 11-13-2017, 08:35 AM
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Originally Posted by Avid 24 View Post
We were SE of that crowd. Did well. Pretty sure we stopped right by you on our way home to see if there was anything happening there. We spend about 5 minutes before moving on.

Construction Dock is basically the back side of RM Field 2. A barge disintegrated there years ago, real sticky bottom and a well definted rip there as well. Holds fish at times but can be tough to fish at times due to guys on the rocks fishing.
So that would be just east of the rock pile then? I tried there a bit on my way back in, one other guy there and one guy on the rocks.

Tried the rips just east of the CG station too, had one hard run off that took my clam, not sure what it was.
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Old 11-13-2017, 08:37 AM
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Originally Posted by roodboy View Post
Sounds like my day yesterday, stubbornly worked pods east of inlet through east of ocean beach since thats what produced for me Saturday. No takers yesterday, shouldve jigged.
Found out later there was a good jig bite a bit se of me, a kid had a 58lb bass on a party boat.

BTW whats the construction dock?
I saw that report about that bass, cool that it was a kid. That report also stated that 50 fares limited out, which means 100 keepers on jigs. If that is true, I really wish I burned the gas and went further east.
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Old 11-13-2017, 08:48 AM
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I'll be the first to say it- the 58 should have been released. I get it was a lifetime fish, for a kid, but if at all possible, get her on board, quick weigh, a few pics, please try to let her swim away.

20-25 year old fish, female, stuffed and readying for winter and breeding.

I get that its not always possible, 100%. Maybe they tried, I don't know.

I watched a boat gaff fish after fish yesterday, no net. some bluefish in the mix but gaffing like crazy. Ugh.
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Old 11-13-2017, 09:19 AM
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Release the 58 lb fish and release the 50 others!!!! One fish is more than enough to enjoy for the family and to give out to friends. This is not deep up in Alaska living off the land where we need to stock pile fish in the freezer to survive the winter.

If your worried about your trophy for the gram or Facebook invest in a good Boga grip and tape measure, let them swim keep the smaller for the table. Props to the guys letting the big ones swim, fish karma.
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Old 11-13-2017, 10:02 AM
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I have to say that yesterday 11/12 was probably the most crowded day on the water I have ever seen! I could not believe how crowded it was. I was fishing between JI and ERI and it was wall to wall and common courtesy had definitely gone out the window. I cant believe so many people still have boats in the water. Normally by this time of year I am one of the few diehards out there that fish into December.
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Old 11-13-2017, 10:31 AM
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I have to say that yesterday 11/12 was probably the most crowded day on the water I have ever seen! I could not believe how crowded it was. I was fishing between JI and ERI and it was wall to wall and common courtesy had definitely gone out the window. I cant believe so many people still have boats in the water. Normally by this time of year I am one of the few diehards out there that fish into December.
Agreed, I said the same thing. It felt like it was busier out there than a Saturday in July. I'm going to give it till Thanksgiving and a couple more trips, hopefully the crowds will shrink.
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Old 11-13-2017, 10:40 AM
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Says it all.. Minne mes blitzing all around fi inlet 21-26 on top,bottom to the side. Ran a bit east looking for fish of size but by the time I got East of OB decided the knees had enough so ran west again in around 40 didn't mark much so tagged a few more shorts and called it a morning as I have obligations. Was a lot of fun and hopefully those east fish should be right outside fi next week if the weather cooperates.
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Old 11-13-2017, 10:44 AM
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I saw that report about that bass, cool that it was a kid. That report also stated that 50 fares limited out, which means 100 keepers on jigs. If that is true, I really wish I burned the gas and went further east.
Not sure but isn't it one fish per man on charter and headboats?
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Old 11-13-2017, 10:51 AM
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Fished saturday and sunday as mentioned by many great weekend on the water plenty of fish on bunker, jigs and even mojos which was only my second time giving them a try and for the time being I have to say I was impressed. Thanks to kevin and vin who gave me a heads up on some of the hot bite.

Fished east of fire island inlet both days.
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Old 11-13-2017, 11:14 AM
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Not sure but isn't it one fish per man on charter and headboats?
Could be, I haven't been on one in years, but I thought it used to be a bag limit of 2 per person on head boats, could've changed.
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I am 99% that headboats and charters have the same one fish limit that rec's do.
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One per person no matter the boat. The catch is the mate and captain count so on 6 pack boats there tends to be a few extra fish on display in the pics.
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WHAT A DAY!. didn't bother going outside the inlet in the morning because of the chop. again.

We anchored in west bar then east bar. Bites but nothing. was going to call it a day. Driving back towards the inlet along cedar beach i told my father lets trawl for a bit and see if we get anything. Threw out 2 rods with a 6" bunker color deeo diver Offshore angler crankbaits. No sooner did we start going, BOOM! a rod went down and it was on. Didnt even really get a trawling speed established because everytime we started moving, BOOM! Another fish. In about an hour and fifteen minutes about 18 stripers all shorts between 21-27". Fun. They were shorts but it felt good catching this many stripers for the first time in my life in one day. Wow. definitely a day to remember.

Oh, and today i learned how to read a fish finder myself and distinguish where the fish were in the water column in accordance with where the bait was. we hit the target depth which was often just off the bottom we set the crankbaits to go just off the bottom. Just great we finished this season off with a bang!. Thanks Avid for those pointers as well yesterday.
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Old 11-13-2017, 05:34 PM
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Originally Posted by RYAN S. View Post
WHAT A DAY!. didn't bother going outside the inlet in the morning because of the chop. again.

We anchored in west bar then east bar. Bites but nothing. was going to call it a day. Driving back towards the inlet along cedar beach i told my father lets trawl for a bit and see if we get anything. Threw out 2 rods with a 6" bunker color deeo diver Offshore angler crankbaits. No sooner did we start going, BOOM! a rod went down and it was on. Didnt even really get a trawling speed established because everytime we started moving, BOOM! Another fish. In about an hour and fifteen minutes about 18 stripers all shorts between 21-27". Fun. They were shorts but it felt good catching this many stripers for the first time in my life in one day. Wow. definitely a day to remember.

Oh, and today i learned how to read a fish finder myself and distinguish where the fish were in the water column in accordance with where the bait was. we hit the target depth which was often just off the bottom we set the crankbaits to go just off the bottom. Just great we finished this season off with a bang!. Thanks Avid for those pointers as well yesterday.
Good for you guys. Should have been out at sunrise the inlet was crawling with em tearing it up. As you said lot of fun, jmho but I'd give another week or so maybe get a blitz of bigger fish
If you can...I got a feeling the best days are just ahead. ( Then again it could rain frogs) OBW How's the ride all good?
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Good for you guys. Should have been out at sunrise the inlet was crawling with em tearing it up. As you said lot of fun, jmho but I'd give another week or so maybe get a blitz of bigger fish
If you can...I got a feeling the best days are just ahead. ( Then again it could rain frogs) OBW How's the ride all good?
Boat is great. ran it for about 5 hours and only burned around 3 gallons of fuel!. This boat was such a good investment and although we had limited time on the water this entire season, what little time we did spend on it, it was memorable. Definitely looking forward to next season's spring run already!
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Originally Posted by weaks4u View Post
Good for you guys. Should have been out at sunrise the inlet was crawling with em tearing it up. As you said lot of fun, jmho but I'd give another week or so maybe get a blitz of bigger fish
If you can...I got a feeling the best days are just ahead. ( Then again it could rain frogs) OBW How's the ride all good?

I agree with you 100% - this was a good shot of fish, sparked largely but a cold snap that told the bait and the fish to get moving. The back bay is 48-49. The ocean is 53-54. You would not believe the bait leaving the bay on Saturday morning like they missed the bus.

I said it weeks ago. Maybe twice- it was still early. People were writing the fall run off. No way folks. Varying temps this week, bait will hang around, so will the bass.

The march of the rats is a few weeks out. Last year it was Thanksgiving, this year a week later I say.
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Originally Posted by RYAN S. View Post
WHAT A DAY!. didn't bother going outside the inlet in the morning because of the chop. again.

We anchored in west bar then east bar. Bites but nothing. was going to call it a day. Driving back towards the inlet along cedar beach i told my father lets trawl for a bit and see if we get anything. Threw out 2 rods with a 6" bunker color deeo diver Offshore angler crankbaits. No sooner did we start going, BOOM! a rod went down and it was on. Didnt even really get a trawling speed established because everytime we started moving, BOOM! Another fish. In about an hour and fifteen minutes about 18 stripers all shorts between 21-27". Fun. They were shorts but it felt good catching this many stripers for the first time in my life in one day. Wow. definitely a day to remember.

Oh, and today i learned how to read a fish finder myself and distinguish where the fish were in the water column in accordance with where the bait was. we hit the target depth which was often just off the bottom we set the crankbaits to go just off the bottom. Just great we finished this season off with a bang!. Thanks Avid for those pointers as well yesterday.
Good for you and Congratuations... This is what fishing is all about.. Making Memories.. glad to see you and your dad out there... Again, Congrats on the boat and the great bite.
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Lots of school it's around inlet today, went as far as Ob and found small fish on jigs
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My buddy and I fished EAST of Fire Island Inlet yesterday (Monday) and today, Monday was all out slamfest of proportions I've only had better one time. We bombed bass to 41-42 inches and the BIGGEST sort of bluefish to almost 18lbs on my boga from 8am to 2:30 in the afternoon when we finally surrendered.


Today we were down there again, same time and SAME results, only the bass were smaller to just over 30inches while the blues seemed to get LARGER!! And MORE of them. Bite was insanity till it dropped out dead around 10:30-11am. Good luck out there, time for some Advils!!!
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