You have to check out this video from Thanksgiving Day when a guy from Brigantine went to the beach to do some fishing. It turned out to be a "fishing-frenzy" of striped bass.

According to Sea-Money Fishing:

This is what happens when schools of juvenile menhaden (we call them bunker, pogies — same fish) run into schools of hungry striped bass. This happens every once in a blue moon here in NJ when you find such large numbers of both species so close to the beach.

He also says that it's probably once in a lifetime event to witness something like this!

You have to check it out:

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