Weekly report for NJ/DE Bay at http://www.thefisherman.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=directory.category&PDIR=74

Tins & teasers about sums it up. Surfcasters from Sandy Hook to Island Beach have enjoyed an exceptional week with schoolie stripers piling on sand eels inside and outside the bar. Down below Barnegat Inlet, smaller fish (with keepers in the mix) are also starting to feed along the LBI beaches, with casters in Atlantic and Cape May counties hopeful for another late-season run. Quality stripers are being reported inside the line in South Jersey, and optimism is running high for another December into January jig and troll bite off Cape May. For now, the best turkey day opportunities for a dinner invite come along the North/Central stretch inside the line where spoons, mojos and umbrellas continue to score 28+ inch fish. Weather outlook for Thursday morning is very striperish for those looking to score before the family arrives for the big meal. Boats sailing this week around the holiday are also targeting tautog (jig bite is solid), black sea bass (moving into deeper water) and ling (the other white meat). With family and friends in for this uniquely American holiday, why not check the local sailing schedules and get out for a few hours along the rail. From all of us at The Fisherman, have a wonderful Thanksgiving holiday!