Today we went out in the boat. While it was rough, it was all big rollers. We searched a big piece of the oceanfront for albies, stripers or blues. NOTHING. We didn't see any albies breaking, we saw no bait out front, no birds working and there were no blues or stripers. It was one of the deadest September days we have ever seen. So, we decided to put plan B into effect. We started jigging the bottom for black sea bass, and those we found. We jigged in about 25 feet of water and landed many of them. While most were undersized, we did manage to land about a half dozen keepers with some chunky ones in the mix. All were caught vertical jigging Kastmaster XL's, a lure that has been hot for us in Buzzards Bay. It's also real good here.
I should mention that we did find a few stripers at the end of the day in the calmer backwaters. There was some bait there and quick hitting schoolies were on it. Jumpin' Minnows and other spook type plugs got all of them.
This Fishing Report was submitted on 9/15/2020 11:21:24 PM by Seamus.
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