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Saltwater Fishing Report

Report from Thursday, November 16.

| Sewaren | Keyport | Leonardo | Atlantic Highlands | Highlands | Neptune | Belmar | Point Pleasant Beach | Toms River | Seaside Heights | Forked River | Barnegat Light | Barnegat | Beach Haven | Mystic Island | Absecon | Brigantine | Atlantic City | Longport | Ocean City | Sea Isle City | Cape May | Last Monday's Report |
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Leonardo
Fishing pounded away at striped bass from between the channels to apparently a little south of Belmar on the ocean, said Capt. Joe from
Sour Kraut Sportfishing. Between the channels, the better-sized seemed to average 10 to 20 pounds. A few were bigger, and quite a few were smaller. Stripers seemed a little bigger to the south. Stripers were still caught on Raritan Bay, too. Now that the blackfish bag limit was raised today, Sour Kraut’s bottom-fishing can zero in on them more than before, and still fish for porgies and sea bass like previously. Blackfishing seemed best farther from shore, not in the shallows where the fish were active earlier this season. Porgies seemed to school farther from shore than before, like at 17 Fathoms, if anglers could fish through dogfish at 17, and the Mud Dump.