Fishing Reports

June Looks Good For Blowfish-Bluefish-Bass And More..............

Posted by Matt Broderick on

June Looks Good For Blowfish-Bluefish-Bass And More..............

Down at the Patchogue's Mascot Dock , we seeing the start of blowfish.  These tasty critters will fall to almost any bait.  A small chestertown hook size 9 and a 1oz sinker is all you need.  

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Matts Fishing Forecast.....THE BLUEFISH ARE IN!!! ..... Porgy Time

Posted by Matt Broderick on

Matts Fishing Forecast.....THE BLUEFISH ARE IN!!! ..... Porgy Time
THE BLUEFISH ARE IN!!! 
Local fishermen ventured out this past week to find some rather promising results. On the inlets, big gator size bluefish are hitting the rocks.

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Awesome Fishing Predicted For Memorial Weekend

Posted by Matt Broderick on

Awesome Fishing Predicted For Memorial Weekend
Striper fishing has remained consistant this last week. The bridges have held a good amount of smaller bass with a few keeper sixed being caught too. Mostly casters are doing wekk using small soft plastics on lead heads. If you want to use bait try clam or sands on a hi-lo rig.

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Blues, Bass, Weakfish, Porgies, Fluke and More • RON'S RECIPES, Just In Time For Memorial Day

Posted by Matt Broderick on

Blues, Bass, Weakfish, Porgies, Fluke and More • RON'S RECIPES, Just In Time For Memorial Day
Porgy fishing is hot right now in the Peconics. Using clam or sandworms on a double hook rig is the most effective method to catching them. the fish seem to be in most areas. Anglers have been doing well in 10-30 feet of water.
Along the shoreline, anglers are also producing fish with clam and sandworms.

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It's Fluke Time!! • Bluefish Around • Weakfish Show Up • Plenty Of Porgies

Posted by Pablo Salinas on

It's Fluke Time!! • Bluefish Around • Weakfish Show Up • Plenty Of Porgies
Reports of Striped Bass have been getting better almost every day now. We are finally seeing the break in the weather that is needed to get the season really going. Still lots of schoolies are being caught around the bridges and creeks but not mixed in are some larger legal fish to keep. Most of the fish are being caught on baits like sandworms and clam. If you want to try fishing lures id suggest using bass assassins, small bucktails, sp minnows and mag darters. The fish seem to be larger at night also.

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