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Oct 08 2008

Montauk Fly Fishing Report – Striped Bass, Albies, and Bluefish Slam – Oct 8, 2008

Fly fishing on Montauk was again spectacular today. Lots of striped bass and bluefish and only one albie for us today. We did see a bunch of albies but they were being a little shy, moving fast and did not allow us to get a fly in front of their nose. Water temperatures are around 63 degrees which should mean the albies will be moving out of the area soon, but there are and should remain plenty of bass and blues to put a bend in the long rod.

A few shots I was able to catch today along with a shot Wild Bill took of the one albie I was able to land.

Striped Bass Chasing Bait today at Montauk Point

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Saltwater Fly Fishing Striped Bass, Albies, and Bluefish Report Montauk, Bass chasing baitfish

Saltwater Fly Fishing Striped Bass, Albies, and Bluefish Report Montauk, Bass chasing baitfish

Saltwater Fly Fishing Striped Bass, Albies, and Bluefish Report Montauk, Bass chasing baitfish

Saltwater Fly Fishing Striped Bass, Albies, and Bluefish Report Montauk, Bass chasing baitfish

Saltwater Fly Fishing Striped Bass, Albies, and Bluefish Report Montauk, Bass chasing baitfish

Striped Bass chasing baitfish

striped bass busting baitfish

bass eating bait

The kayak anglers were out in full force today and hooking up all over

Montauk Kayak fishing for striped bass

Me with my only albie of the day

Albie fly fishing at Montauk, Brandon with a nice albie on the fly

Thats all for today. Looks like it will blow tomorrow and we might head home. It’s been fun.

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