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Your Reports
I tried central and west Long Beach on Friday (11/25) and to no avail. Tins, pencils, poppers nothing doing anywhere and water was gin clear and flat calm.
Rudy / Breezy

North Shore Western Sound
N/A.

North Shore Middle Sound
Terminal Tackle (631-269-6005): Best action is still centered around the Niss River where shad have moved in and still schoolies to be caught with a keeper or two. Lots of  top water action around here but the fish are mostly 20 to 23 inch fish, but it is action.

South Shore
Rockaway Inlet
Windy, rainy weather this week has provided few windows of opportunity to comfortably fish, but still warm water and enough baitfish are keeping a mix of striped bass and bluefish in the suds off Riis Park, Breezy Point Jetty and assorted other oceanfront beaches at any given time. Look for diving birds and consider hurling rubber shads, plugs or jigs to catch mainly schoolies and 4 to 5 pound bluefish. Dave W. fished the Rockaways on Wednesday and had about 20 bass to 20 inches on half-ounce bucktails. Thursday the water turned dirty with the winds and pretty much was the same over the weekend.

 

Point Lookout & Jones Beach
This area has been quiet as even the local surfrats have hit the Rockaways for good action on tiny bass and scattered small blues.
Windy, rainy weather this week has provided few windows of opportunity to comfortably fish, but still warm water and enough baitfish are keeping a mix of striped bass and bluefish just outside the suds around here but if you hit the jetties you'll find some cooperative smaller bass.

 

Fire Island Inlet|
Not a lot of  reports or even anglers out fishing this past miserable week. The action slowed to a trickle, but the Robert Moses and Smith’s Point Bridges are prime locations for both bass and tog.

 

 

Moriches & Shinnecock
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Montauk Point / East End Beaches

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