Fishing Reports

Fall Fishing Starts • Fluke Fishing Ends Soon • Weakfish- Blues And Albies Abound

Posted by Pablo Salinas on

Fall Fishing Starts • Fluke Fishing Ends Soon • Weakfish- Blues And Albies Abound

The cool nights  are helping bring down the warmer water temperatures. This has been helping stripers become more active...#FishForFred

"...tins, bucktails, pencil poppers, darters, minnow style plugs such as a bomber or a sp minnow a.....ll these lures do an excellent job at copying the baitfish that are in our water right now."

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Fluke Fishing Improves • September is Albie time • Snapper Action Has Been Great

Posted by Pablo Salinas on

Fluke Fishing Improves • September is Albie time • Snapper Action Has Been Great

September is Albie time. Coming to a local inlet or beach near you "reel" soon!!.....There are plenty of Striped Bass around the south shore inlets.....when targeting Sea Bass, a recent report had anglers landing Triggerfish, Porgies, Ling, Whiting and Fluke.

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September Surf Fishing Forecast • Reports For The Bay-Beach-Boat And Beyond • Tackle Tips And Fishing Facts

Posted by Pablo Salinas on

September Surf Fishing Forecast • Reports For The Bay-Beach-Boat And Beyond • Tackle Tips And Fishing Facts

Surf Report-  with all the warmer water temperatures around fishing seems to be most active during incoming tides.  The cool influx of clean water stimulates the local bass into action.  Back Bay fishing with patterns that simulate snappers and spearing  are the key.  Don't be surprised if you also catch larger fluke on hard plastics at night.  

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Labor Day Fishing Forecast • Summer Weakfish • September Sea Bass • Bottom Fishing Bonanza • And More....

Posted by Matt Stone on

Labor Day Fishing Forecast • Summer Weakfish • September Sea Bass • Bottom Fishing Bonanza • And More....

Clam and bunker have been doing well for Striped bass, as the bite continues at the inlets. Andy from the shop reported that the night after the "big storm" fish were biting.  All slot fish with this 16lb fish taken on  tsunami storm shads.

Sharks and Cownose Rays- Sharks and rays are still the way to go if you are looking to get the rod bent and see some serious "drag screams."

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Shark ID Chart • More On Local Crabbing • Local Docks Continue To Provide Family Fun • Summer Weakfish

Posted by Matt Stone on

Shark ID Chart • More On Local Crabbing • Local Docks Continue To Provide Family Fun • Summer Weakfish
Summer Weakfish continue to show up through-out the Great South Bay. Patchogue local Anthony, stoped by the shop, pre "Henri", to weigh-in his catch of Fluke and Weakfish from the local area. BAIT: Squid, LURES: bucktails or small diamond jigs will all produce.

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