Anyone who wants to get into some early season striper fishing whether fly fishing or spin rodding should checkout the bird sanctuary at Milford point. it's run by the Audubon Society and there are rules to follow when fishing the property. If you become a member of the Audubon Society about $40.00 a year
you will be given a key to the property gate allowing you access
to go fishing at any time. It is a bit of a hike out to the point and at times windy so checking the weather as well as the tide will keep you from making a wasted trip.
This place can really get hot in the early season with keeper bass in the mix of nearly keeper size schoolies. There are times when the action is none stop but do make sure you read the rules or you may get locked in for the night.
If you have a boat you can put in at the Devon state ramp.
You'll start picking up fish from the ramp all the way out to the point.
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