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Old 12-05-2008, 04:49 PM
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Default Re: Are we done in the north east?

Water temps are in the mid forties so it's looking like things are winding down. A few shorts have been caught along the beach on gear in the last few days near Jones and Long Beach according to fishing reports on www.noreast.com

But this time of year it's always worth a look if you're close to the beach and have some binocs to glass for diving gannets. (With any luck you won't see anything and won't have to get out of the warm car and can head back home...) There were also reports swirling around about some big fish on herring under clouds of gannets out at Montauk last week, perhaps started by the chamber of commerce. They should be heading west and will be off SI in 11 minutes... whether they'll be close to the beach is another story. Don't know what's happening south of you in NJ, but that might be a possibility too if you're itching to get out.

There's always steelhead...

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