Capt.Castafly

Epic Fall Blitzes

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There was an early Fall epic striper blitzes late Thursday morning and afternoon along a popular South County Beach. There were tremendous amounts of striper’s acres on end, loads of tiny bay anchovy bait balls, and the fish were cooperative. You had to believe it to see it. If you were lucky to be there on the water, it was a most memorable day.  It lasted for hours, moving up and down the shore. They stayed up driving bait for some ten minutes each time. Nothing but stripers with some American shad mixed in. Not one bluefish caught today.

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I can't open the video, is there a trick to it?  We were there and it was one you don't get into every day.  

 

Edit-  got a converter, apple sucks

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I was out there next to you yesterday. Stripers, blues, chubbies, shad, BSB, and scup all came out to play. Almost all my fish were on the fly. Only saw one small pod of albies and they disappeared after a quick showing.

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29 mins ago, DAQ said:

I was out there next to you yesterday. Stripers, blues, chubbies, shad, BSB, and scup all came out to play. Almost all my fish were on the fly. Only saw one small pod of albies and they disappeared after a quick showing.

Sorry I missed you.

There were a few fly fishermen on the shore having some success.

Lot of walking, since the blitzes were on the move all along the beach front.

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