Fishing Reports

Don't Forget Dad-Sunday June 21st-Seabass Opens June 23rd

Posted by Pablo Salinas on

Don't Forget Dad-Sunday June 21st-Seabass Opens June 23rd
Don't forget Long Islands "fun fish." Sea robins are plentyful, Blowfish are making a showing and this week we heard of triggerfish in Shinnecock canal. Any bait will do fine.  This bottom feeders are fun to catch and fine to eat.

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June Fishing Forecast • BLUEFISH BLITZ CONTINUES • Local Docks "Heating Up"

Posted by Bryan Reissig on

June Fishing Forecast • BLUEFISH BLITZ CONTINUES • Local Docks "Heating Up"
Fluke- the fluke bite continues to heat up, with good fish being pulled from Moriches and Shinnecock bay as well as narrow bay. The best way to target these fish is a simple hi-low rig using either a squid and spearing combo or gulp bait in white, pink or chartreuse which have been producing the most. Bucktails are also a favorite choice of fluke anglers which are available in all sizes and colors. Shinnecock canal has also been holding a good amount of these flat fish.

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Bluefish Madness • Kingfish And Blowfish Start • Freshwater Fishing Is Active

Posted by Pablo Salinas on

Bluefish Madness • Kingfish And Blowfish Start • Freshwater Fishing Is Active

Bluefish Madness continues around The Smith Point County Park Bay area, as well as both Shinecock Inlet  and Moriches inlets have been filled with these aggressive bluefish. The varying sizes of these "yellow eyed" devils range from 4lbs to 15lbs. Popping plugs and tins have been the most successful lures these past weeks for these fish. For my bait fisherman mackerel and bunker are the baits of choice, these fish will only be here for another couple weeks! So don't miss out on this bite !  Striped bass fishing is now starting to improve more and more each day now. Reports are coming...

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Memorial Weekend Fishing Forecast • Weakfish Surprise • Bluefish Blitz

Posted by Pablo Salinas on

Memorial Weekend Fishing Forecast • Weakfish Surprise • Bluefish Blitz
Fun fish around Long Island are here too! Blowfish, Sea Robbins: Blowfish Size Limit-Bag Limit-Season: No Restrictions. Excellent eating!! Blowfish feed on sandworms, squid, and clam.  puffs up into a ball in self-defense by inhaling air or water.  Sea Robin Size Limit-Bag Limit-Season: No Restrictions. Sea Robins feed on sandworms, squid, clam and will take lures too. Fun to catch and fine to eat.

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May Heats Up and So Does The Fishing • Knots To Know •Register Before Saltwater Fishing

Posted by Pablo Salinas on

May Heats Up and So Does The Fishing • Knots To Know •Register Before Saltwater Fishing
Big Bluefish have been caught in Shinecock Inlet  and Smith Point County Park , still waiting for those gator blues to show up locally but the action is still good.

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