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Ocean and Bays Warming Up!!

Ocean and Bays Warming Up!!

The water is warming both inshore and offshore! The fishing is heating up with the heart of the season right around the corner! On the Inshore front, bunker have been spotted making their way into canals and bays. The flounder fishing has been moderate with a few guys catching their limits. The bulk of Striped bass have been off jersey but with the season starting tomorrow, guys have been on the prowl and some bass are around. On the offshore front, most guys have been picking away at some decent cod action with the last few weeks showing bigger and more fish. The next few weeks should dictate our season, with all the bait that is showing up! Have fun, be safe and go get em!

September 12th – 19th Fishing Report

September 12th – 19th Fishing Report

September 12th – 19th Fishing Report The albies have arrived! They are immensely thick in Montauk, and Shinnecock has had more and more showing up every day. They are ferocious as they should be at this time of year, blitzing schools of rainbait, and eating epoxy jigs, Deadly Dicks, and Got Stryper pintails. The bass bite has been picking up as we start to slip into Fall, especially in the Sayville and Oakdale area. There are still Fluke around as well, for those who want to get their last licks in before the season closes on the 21st. Offshore, there has been a ton of white marlin in the canyon that boats have been having fun with. They have been so thick that some boats have been getting them while chunking for tuna. There are still Yellowfins around in the 25 to 40 mile…

August 25, 2016 Fishing Report

August 25, 2016 Fishing Report

August 25, 2016 Fishing Report Fishing has been great from Moriches to Montauk over the past few days! In the offshore scene, the canyons are loaded with billfish and sporadic tuna bites. Many boats are targeting marlin and have been quite succesful. Most local fishermen have been focusing on the hot close-range action, you don’t have to run very far to find the fish! Yellowfins have been on the chew in the 20 to 40 mile range, and even closer for boats running out of Montauk. The occasional white marlin, mahi, or wahoo have been mixing in as well. This offshore action is perfect for a fun day trip. There are loads of mackerel and bunker pods close to the beach, with some sharks on them for those putting in the effort as well. For our inshore waters, the fluke bite is ON in…

July 7, 2016 Offshore & Inshore Fishing Report

July 7, 2016 Offshore & Inshore Fishing Report

It has been a nice week for many of us Fisherman. The bite for both inshore and offshore anglers has produced some very nice results. From Striped Bass, to Tuna, to Shark … It has been a solid week for many! Striped Bass have been plentiful from the South Shore from Montauk to┬áthe Fire Island Inlet. Yes that is a very wide range to catch fish, but they are in all our local inlets and along our south shore beaches. Trolling Mojos, Drifting Eels in the Inlets, and hunting down the Bunker pods has been the most popular methods. I for one have been on them each night drifting eels in the Shinnecock Inlet all by my lonesome in the middle of the night. The Striped Bass are indeed there! The Fluke bite has been a little bit of a struggle from time to…