Fishing Reports — fishing report
Posted by Paul Graniello on
Despite everything going on with the virus, life does go on and a great social distancing activity that will continue is fishing. This is nothing new for myself. Fishing in seclusion is peaceful and good for the soul. I think fishing may be more important now than ever for some people. On the freshwater side of things, some of Long Islands lakes have been stocked with two year old brown trout. West Lake right by the shop, Argyle lake in Babylon and Southards Pond also in Babylon to name a few. Any small gold tin does very well for me with the brown trout....
Posted by John Mantione on
"Fish away your Coronavirus Fears" This is the last weekend before we close due to Governor Cuomo’s “Coronavirus” executive order. We’ll be open Saturday and Sunday, so come in and stock up on your favorite lures and bait. We’re always open at JJsportsfishing.com for all your fishing needs. Get some fresh air and “Fish your Coronavirus fears away.” Please practice safe social distancing. We’re also working on “curbside pickup” Call in your order and drive up and we’ll deliver it to your car. 631-654-2311
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Posted by Pablo Salinas on
Seasonal hours: "Fish away your Coronavirus Fears"
Connetquot River State Park offers 3 sessions , morning 8am-12pm , afternoon 12pm-4pm , and evening 4pm-8pm . They offer 2 row boats that are Available to fish the main lake , but they are only available during the morning session. The park stocks rainbow trout , brook trout , as well have some "hold over" brown trout , however the main locations on the river that get stocked often are spots 8-16 , as well the main lake and spill way .
Posted by Pablo Salinas on
the store is stocking up on many of the fly fishing products to to use for an enjoyable day at the park. So stop down. Open 7 days. .
Posted by Matt Broderick on
Just a reminder. You do need to register before saltwater fishing. It's easy and it's FREE….
Stop down at J & J Sports and we'll sign you up or click HERE to register online. There's nothing worse than getting a ticket just because you went fishing. Have a smart phone? Here's an idea:
It's a good idea to "snap a shot" of your license so it's always with you in case of loss or its destroyed. 16yrs and older are required to register.
Send your reports, photos or your favorite fish recipe to: REPORTS@JJSPORTSFISHING.COM
Don't forget to include, names, location and details (when possible: lures or bait used, tides, etc….) comments or questions are welcome. Call (631) 654-2311