Fishing Reports

Fishing Is The New "Wholesome Harvest" For A Natural Organic Food Source And A Lot Of Fun Too!

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Sea Robin:  Size, Bag, Season: No Restrictions.
Sea Robins feed on sandworms, squid, clam and will take lures too. Fun to catch and fine to eat.




Oyster Toadfish • Size Limit: 10”
 • Bag Limit: 3 Per Day
 •Season: 7/16-5/14 Toadfish feed on sandworms, squid, and clam.  Although they are edible, oyster toadfish are rarely eaten because they are ugly and slimy.


Hickory Shad:  • 
Size Limit: No Restrictions  • Bag Limit: 5 • Season: All Year…Anglers catch hickory shad with small jigs, inline spinners, flies, and other lures



The Northern Puffer is known to most as the blowfish :
• Size Limit: No Restrictions • Bag Limit: No Restrictions,
• Season: All Year. Excellent eating!!
Blowfish feed on sandworms, squid, and clam.
"puffs up" into a ball in self-defense by inhaling air or water









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Opening Day Fluke-Porgies Galore-Spring Clam Chumming For Bass

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Breaking News!!-Schoolie Bass Action-Bluefish Around?-Recipe-Easy Cajun Striped Bass Tidbits

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Jacob Minerva with a trophy trout from Connetquot River State Park Preserve.

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April News Briefs- Grilled Fish Tacos Recipe-Porgies Open May 1st-Fluke Opens May 4th

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

If you are saltwater recreational fishing; you need to register.    This is a FREE registry.   Please be sure to follow all laws and regulations in the waters in which you are fishing. 

Anglers will need to provide their name, date of birth, address and telephone number, and will receive a registration number that will allow them to begin fishing immediately.  Exceptions include anglers who are under the age of 16.

Who Needs to Register

Anglers age 16 and older need to register if they are:

  1. Fishing in the Marine and Coastal District, which includes all the waters of the Atlantic Ocean within three miles from the coast, and all other tidal waters within the state, including the Hudson River up to the Tappan Zee Bridge.

  2. Fishing any water, such as the Hudson River, Delaware River, or Mohawk River and their tributaries, for "migratory fish from the sea" such as striped bass, hickory shad, blueback herring, alewife.

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