Fishing Reports

Catch and Release Video Demo (Video)

Posted by Montauk Matt on

Change those trebles to a single hook. Crush the barb and see the results

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Montauk Matts Surf Report

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Blues continue to be picked at the smiths point bridge. Still these fish remain at large with some whoppers topping the scales at 15 pounds. Topwater it the way to go. Besides, you can't beat a hungry bluefish exploding on a topwater plug. The inlets have seen their pick at bass in the mid teens. Bucktails and swim shads are still doing the damage. We should see an increase in the action as the approach the new moon in June. The fluke fishing had remained fairly quite recently from the surf. A couple of boarder line keepers were picked from...

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Stripers, Blues, Fluke, Porgy and more……..Don't Forget Dad, Sunday June 21st

Posted by Matt Stone on

Big bluefish had made their presence known this past week in the bays smashing poppers and attacking diamond jigs. these big blues make for a good time with plenty of action and great fights. Striped Bass seemed to be sporadic this past week. clam chumming has seen its good share of legal fish this past week right around the switch of the tides. Drifting eels on night tides has also seen its fair share of bass with fish taken above the 25lb mark! Bunker has been in and out of the inlets this past week and if your lucky enough...

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Montauk Matt's Surf Fishing Report

Posted by Montauk Matt on

As of recent it has seemed that a larger school of bluefish have moved back into our local areas. Shinnecock, Moriches inlet as well as the bays have all seen fish in the mid teens. Topwater and bucktails are the way to go.For fishing an inlet, be sure to have a heavy rod to help land these beasts. Besides the recently large bluefish, a few large stripers up to 30 pounds have been culled as well. Just like the bluefish, the stripers have been taking hold in the inlets. Bucktails with a curly tail or a pork rind is what you...

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Van Staal VS150 Verses a Bluefish of 17-0 lbs (Video)

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