Fishing Reports

Albies Strike In full Force • Still time For Fluke • Weakfish Return To Great South Bay

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Pablo, Alberto, Zeppi and Matt at
“The Fisherman’s” Surf Seminar. 9/19/19
Albies are in full force at the south shore inlets. Consistent action on the incoming tides has let to some good fishing.....  In the Great South Bay there has been a surprising run of Weakfish in the last few weeks.

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The Fall Run Has started_Grab A Rod And Head To The Beach • A Fish Tale • Matt Called Us "Old Timers"

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I can safely say the fall run has started. The Storm from last week really started bait moving and dipped the water temperatures a few degrees. within this last week I have personally witnessed "rainbait", mullet, snappers, and bunker moving along the shoreline. And yes, game fish were actively in pursuit of this prey. 

Earlier in the week Montauk I witnessed a a day-time blitzes along its south side. Schoolie stripers and bluefish were crashing on rainbait and other bait fish. Angers were using  Joe Baggs bucktails and small tins to catch these fish. . At one point the fish were blitzing right at my feet.  It was quite the exciting event.

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September And October Predicted To Be GREAT FISHING • Knots To Know • Recipe:Clam Sauce

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September And October Predicted To Be GREAT FISHING • Knots To Know • Recipe:Clam Sauce


Small Striped Bass are actively feeding on "rainbait" (small baitfish) in the inlets. The mornings in Shinecock Inlet  and Moriches have seen some good blitzes. Cast Deadly Dicks, Joe Baggs resin jigs, or any small tins at them to entice the bass to hit. Mixed in with the bass in the inlets are small Bluefish, Spanish Mackerel and Bonita.

The Atlantic Spanish mackerel is a migratory species of mackerels that swims to the Northern Gulf of Mexico in spring, returns to south Florida in the Eastern Gulf, and to Mexico in the Western Gulf in the fall. Wikipedia- EXCELLENT EATING

SIZE LIMIT: 14" - BAG LIMIT 15 - OPEN ALL YEAR

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Ready For The Fall Fishing Season? • Matt Talks Lures • Fishing Update • Crabbing Tips • Crab Dip Recipe • Shark and Tuna Info

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Ready For The Fall Fishing Season? • Matt Talks Lures • Fishing Update • Crabbing Tips • Crab Dip Recipe • Shark and Tuna  Info
 

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Crabbing Is Fantastic!! • Labor Day Fishing Forecast • The Local Docks Have Plenty Of Action

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Crabbing Is Fantastic!! • Labor Day Fishing Forecast • The Local Docks Have Plenty Of Action
Fish Facts:  Bonita

Size Limit-Bag Limit-Season: No Restrictions.   If you are fishing from a pier or boat, you can catch them with Deadly Dick lure. Yes, they are good to eat and are a delicacy to some. A family it shares with is mackerel, tuna, and Spanish mackerel. 

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