Fishing Reports

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

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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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May Fishing Forecast • Weakfish- Bluefish- Porgies Too • Big Fluke-Season Opens Monday May 4th

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May Fishing Forecast • Weakfish- Bluefish- Porgies Too • Big Fluke-Season Opens Monday May 4th

Patchogue locals had a good pick of schoolie striped bass in the back bays. Shinnecock Canal, most bridges and docks  too have fish. Using lite tackle with small soft plastics and bucktails makes for a more exciting catch. 

If your willing to brave the weather, and find your self on the north shore before April 30th, give blackfish a try. Clam or green crabs tipping your hooks make for a good bait to catch blackfish around rock piles.

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Spring Fishing Forecast • Good News For Boaters

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Spring Fishing Forecast • Good News For Boaters

Subscribe to our Newsletter-Local fishing Reports and Specials Patchogue locals braving the wind and chilly nights, have seen consistent picks of schoolie bass in local bay. While picking through the smaller fish, bigger ones are seen chasing baits like bunker.   Soft plastics have been the lure of choice under these conditions. Blackfish appears to be  actie and heating up as the spring season moves forward. With the season ending in about 14 days (4/30/20),  Fishermen are targeting them with green crabs or sandworms.   Rock piles and the inlets on the east ends are productive areas. Local freshwater lakes have seen some nice panfish being caught on...

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Back Bay Bass-Fishing • Local Blackfishing • Curbside Pick up, Phone and Online Sales Fulfillment.

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Back Bay Bass-Fishing  •  Local Blackfishing • Curbside Pick up, Phone and Online Sales Fulfillment.

Fisherman don't need to practice "social distancing", we're already experts at staying away from people.   Follow us on Instagram While fishing the west end of Shinnecock bay most kayak fishermen found good size fish, up to 30 inches.   Anglers used red tubes tip with a bit of sandworms.  Schoolie  bass were the results.    This past week, Patchogue Locals  have seen the action improve with warmer water temperatures. More schoolie bass in the back creeks attacking small swim bait such as storm swim shards or little lunker city baits. If that doesn't excite you, take a trip to the north shore where nice size blackfish...

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Breaking News

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Breaking News

Subscribe to our Newsletter-Local fishing Reports and Specials Local back creeks seeing a an abundance of bait such as adult size bunker. Along with some small rain bait being pushed in by schoolie striped bass, from west Sayville to Shinnecock Canal. Including, Patchogue's Mascot Dock   Fishing small fin-S soft plastics with jig heads between 1/4 to 1oz, Patchogue Locals are seeing 10-18in bass on lite tackle.  Follow us on Instagram Releasing Bass is a great way to protect a species of fish. However, you can help release fish safely by bending the barbs on the hooks. It makes the process of...

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