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Saltwater Fishing Report

Report from Thursday, November 15.

| Keyport | Leonardo | Atlantic Highlands | Long Branch | Neptune | Belmar | Brielle | Point Pleasant Beach | Toms River | Seaside Heights | Forked River | Absecon | Brigantine | Atlantic City | Longport | Ocean City | Sea Isle City | Cape May | Last Monday's Report |
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Brielle
Relatively smaller striped bass to 34 and 36 inches showed up, and boaters to the north on the ocean clocked them on jigs yesterday, said Bob from
The Reel Seat. Anglers call that size “jig fish,” and the angling was good and hadn’t happened so much previously this season. They also trolled stripers and hooked them on livelined bunker they snagged for bait. Some also popper-plugged them. Small stripers were tackled from the surf lately on small plugs and 4-inch, white rubber shads at dawn and dusk. But the bass were also beached at 2 p.m. Tuesday. Blackfishing was good along Manasquan Inlet and became slower at Point Pleasant Canal. Manasquan River’s fishing was slowing because the water was becoming cold.