The striper fishing along the southern coast continues to be a lot of fun! I fished every evening last week with good results. I just cruised the coastline on the drive home from work looking for birds working, and lucked out finding them every day. At least 5-10 fish per tide, and a few sessions I landed closer to 20. Mostly schoolies 20-25 inches, but really fat, and a few slightly bigger ones. I only made it out in the morning a couple of times, and the fishing was not as good, but still productive. The incoming tide has been the time to be on the water. Guitar minnows and bucktail emu’s were working very well in current where we were fishing. Sorry for the continued lack of photos in these reports, but I find it almost impossible to take a picture while there are piles of stripers wildly feeding at my feet. The sound of them splashing around and sucking up bait is almost intoxicating. Over the weekend fishing was great. We started out early Saturday with busting fish, and started hooking up right away. We fished for a while and got our share of schoolies. Sunday we travelled north. Unfortunately Liz slipped on a rock and broke a nice new Winston, but luckily she was ok. Be careful out there on those rocks! The fishing was good though, beautiful weather and I landed 8 fish quickly on the crab pot. Get out there, fishing’s good and the summer is almost gone!