1st Surf bass of the fall on the scale!

We had our 1st fall surf bass hit the scale Wednesday. A 29” keeper that hit a mullet. The ocean has cleaned up after the last storm. We also heard of some smaller blues on mullet and metals. There’s bass around now but you need to fish the right times. Getting better reports in the early morning hours. Use Shads, Metals, and Plugs. Haven’t heard much on bait. We believe these bass are resident fish but they have stripes! The fall migration hasn’t happened yet but we’re getting darn close. Some fantastic reports coming from Long Island. Pay attention to our social media pages for updates.

Lots and lots of fall orders arrived the past week. Shops pretty loaded with inventory which has been very hard to do because of Covid. Our hard work is paying off! We got in more Van Staal Reels, NEW St. Croix rods, Frogg Togg waders, Shimano Twinpowers, Tsunami SaltX reels, Guy Cotton and StormR Surf Tops,Blackhole Rods, Grumpy Apparel, and more! We also have more stuff on the way! Should make the Grump happy!

Small blues and we’re hearing of a few bass..

Report remains about the same but we’re starting to hear more and more about bass especially in the AM. Throw anything that will imitate a mullet. Kettlecreek Shads and Small Danny’s for example. Speaking of mullet it hasn’t been a good run this season. Probably the slowest run in sometime but there’s a few around. The small blues have been all over the surf for weeks now. Use mullet or bunker if you want to soak bait. If you want to throw artificials stick with small metals. The blackfish bite on the Jetty is pretty good! We had a nice one hit the scale Sunday. Green crabs and S&S Whitechin wreckers will get the job done. Expect a different look on our webpage very soon. We’re in the process of switching everything over to our online store webpage. Please bear with us! To view the report on the new main page all you’ll have to do is click home and then fishing report.