Fishing Reports

July Fishing Forcast • Big Bass Reported • Sea Bass Fishing Is Hot • New Regulation For Sea Bass And Porgies

Posted by Bryan Reissig on

July Fishing Forcast • Big Bass Reported • Sea Bass Fishing Is Hot • New Regulation For Sea Bass And Porgies
SEABASS IS OFFICIALLY OPEN
BE AWARE OF NEW REGULATIONS
Sea bass- 3 fish at 16 inches
Porgy - 30 fish at 10 inches

Sea bass are a fun game fish that provide a good fight and a even better meal. The best way to target these fish are bait Rig with clam. Diamond jigs with no rubber tail are another fun way to catch these fish. When targeting these fish be sure to fish near structure because these fish use it for cover and feeding

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New York Saltwater FISHING REGISTRATION...It's FREE and it's the law..Sign up NOW!!! Freshwater Licenses Also Available

Posted by Pablo Salinas on

New York Saltwater FISHING REGISTRATION...It's FREE and it's the law..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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Get Ready For Sea Bass • Local Fishing Is Spectacular • Offshore Heats Up • Freshwater Fishing Update

Posted by Pablo Salinas on

Get Ready For Sea Bass • Local Fishing Is Spectacular • Offshore Heats Up • Freshwater Fishing Update
Moriches inlet has striped bass Bluefish continue to be bountiful throughout the bays and inlets • Blowfish, Kingfish and crabs have begun to take over our Local docks • Porgy fishing continues to stay hot in the Peconics and the North Shore •• Weakfishing reports continue to come in from the Peconics and Great South Bay • Sea Bass Open June 23rd, it's expected to be spectacular • Offshore- the San Diego and saw lots of Big tuna and false albacore feeding on sandeels • Freshwater fishing on the island continues to preform.

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Fathers Day Fishing Forecast • Video Report "Fishing Update" • Grilled Striped Bass Recipe for Father's Day

Posted by Bryan REISSIG on

Fathers Day Fishing Forecast • Video Report "Fishing Update" • Grilled Striped Bass Recipe for Father's Day

With fathers day coming upon June 19th don't forget about your dad. shop online, come in the store, we have everything your dad will need.  Or get dad  a gift card so he can come in and pick out his favorite fishing lure.

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Ready For Offshore? • Local Fishing Update • Crabbing Has started • Catch Of The Week • This Weeks Video: Check It Out

Posted by Pablo Salinas on

Ready For Offshore? • Local Fishing Update • Crabbing Has started • Catch Of The Week • This Weeks Video: Check It Out
South shore Fluke fishing has pick up this past week .  Moriches and Shinnecock bays are also seeing better action. This action should continue to improve as the next wave of Fluke will enter our south shore bays "reel" soon. Try focusing efforts around the last 2 hours of the incoming and the first 2 of the outgoing tides. Cover photo: The catch of the week goes to Joyce Rodler weighing in a Fluke of 6lbs!!! Joyce fished in Moriches using her bait of choice combo of squid and spearing.  Nice catch!!!

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