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LI Fishing Report

Weekend warriors had a tough go in August. It felt like every weekend had some questionable weather days. Wind and waves kept many anglers closer to home. However, there were plenty of mid week weather windows that allowed boaters to head out of Long Island’s…

LI Fishing Report

The weather just does not want to let up this summer. The 4th of July saw some windy and sporty conditions. A week later tropical storm Elsa did a drive-by Long Island. Thankfully, it was a fast-moving weak storm by the time it hit us.…

LI Fishing Report

Blue fish, blue fish, and more bluefish. On both shores the rebounded stock of bluefish in 2021 has been a welcome site. Remember take only what you need and keep their return going! Striped bass are mixed in with decent numbers being caught. A good…

LI Fishing Report

May started with a great deal of wind and rain. This made it difficult for anglers to get out and chase their favorite fish. But when Mother Nature allowed, those who made it out were not disappointed. Opening day fluke fishing saw some real good…

LI Fishing Report

Freshwater fishing remained strong with yellow perch, bass, and pickerel. Pickerel reopened on May 1st. We also started to see more reports of trout becoming available as restocking programs are well underway. The main targets continue to be trout (brown and rainbow), white perch, and…

LI Fishing Report

The weather has started to warm up and we started to finally see the winter’s snowmelt. Water temps are starting to warm up as the days are getting longer and spring is around the corner. Lakes and shallow ponds have started to see the ice…

LI Fishing Report

Before you know it we will be tearing off the shrink-wrap on the boat and scheduling launch dates. Now is the time to not only get your boat ready but a great time to take care of your tackle. Don’t wait until the last minute!…

LI Fishing Report

When the weather cooperates there has been plenty of action throughout Long island. The name of the game has been warmer than normal air and water temperatures coupled with an abundance of baitfish. Bunker and sand eels have been in the bays, inlets, and all…