Fishing Reports

Seafood Recipes • Makes Great Super Bowl hors d’oeuvres • Blue Claw Crab Dip ....More

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Seafood Recipes • Makes Great Super Bowl hors d’oeuvres • Blue Claw Crab Dip ....More
Baked Cod And Potatoes
INGREDIANTS: 
• 2 lbs. Cod Fillet
• 3-4 Peeled White Potatoes
• ½ White Onion
• 2-3 Tablespoons Olive Oil
• 1 Tablespoon Crushed Garlic
• Salt and Pepper (to taste)
• Crushed Red Pepper Flakes (optional)*

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'2023 Winter Fishing Update • Live Shiners Now In Stock • A little nostalgia From The 1980's photo archives • Knots To Know • Recipe: Seafood Gumbo

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'2023 Winter Fishing Update • Live Shiners Now In Stock • A little nostalgia From The 1980's photo archives • Knots To Know • Recipe: Seafood Gumbo
On the Freshwater side of things you have a few more options. You can try your luck at Connetquot River State Park  for fly fishing. Patchogue locals are reporting consistent catches of Rainbow and Brook trout using bead headed Nymphs and Wolly Buggers. Also on the warmer days they are still doing some dry fly fishing.

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2023. January Fishing Forecast • Winter Fishing Opportunities • Baked Cod Recipe • Knots To Know

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2023. January Fishing Forecast • Winter Fishing Opportunities  • Baked Cod Recipe • Knots To Know

Yellow Perch can be another fun freshwater species to target in these "Slow" months. A simple float rig with a piece of a nightcrawler is all thats needed to have a good shot at them. Many of the Perch get quite fat this time of the year so be ready for a nice fight on a lighter pole.

Herring - many anglers have traded in the surf gear to catch some herring. The Herring bite can be productive up on the north shores of long island . sabiki rigs are the ideal tackel used to fish for herring

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New York Saltwater FISHING REGISTRATION...It's FREE ...Sign up NOW!!! • Freshwater Licenses Also Available

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New York Saltwater FISHING REGISTRATION...It's FREE ...Sign up NOW!!!  • Freshwater Licenses Also Available

New York Saltwater FISHING REGISTRATION. . . (631) 654-2311   

All anglers 16yrs and older are required to register for saltwater fishing or purchase a license for freshwater fishing in New York State.

You need to register before saltwater fishing. It's easy and it's FREE for NYS residents and all visitors.  To fish our local lakes and ponds, a Freshwater License is required. Basically, a NYS resident Freshwater License is available to purchase for a days fishing ($5.00), a week ($12.00), or a season (one year from date of purchase for $25.00.-Senior [70 or older] $5.00. )  Additional discounts are available for active military, disabled vets and more...... Non-Resident Freshwater Fishing Licenses are also available for a fee from $10.00-$50.00. 

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December Fishing Forecast 🎁 J&J Sports-Holiday Gift Cards Available 🎁 Trout Fishing Update 🎁 Think Ice Fishing

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December Fishing Forecast  🎁  J&J Sports-Holiday Gift Cards Available 🎁 Trout Fishing Update 🎁 Think Ice Fishing

REMINDER: Blackfish season closes Dec 9th on the north shore and Dec 22nd on the south shore and peconic bays.

Sea bass season ends on Dec 31st.

Blackfish have been keeping many busy who have decided to hit the wrecks and Artificial Reefs. ..............A nice spark of action lit up the south shore beaches this whole week. Countless schoolie Striped Bass could be found on all the beaches from east to west.

With gift giving season soon to be upon us, we have some suggestions for the angler in your family.  🎁   

 

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