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SEA BASS SEASON OPENS SUNDAY

Posted By Fred Golofaro, June 17, 2019
SEA BASS SEASON OPENS SUNDAY
The father and son team of Jeff and Johnny with a few of the many big blues they decked during a recent trip aboard the Gypsea Star.
Some big bass are settling into East End rips while to the west, some big bass continue to be pulled from bunker schools and trolled on Mojos and bunker spoons but not in the numbers of the last couple of weeks. Small bass continue to dominate the back-bay action. Some quality fluke on the East End but most areas around the Island suffering from lack of keepers or worse. Blues are holding strong in Moriches and Shinnecock inlets, NY Bight and at Montauk, and weakfish are holding strong in Great South Bay and Noyack Bay. Porgies are filling buckets in many areas, including Montauk, Peconic Bay and Long Island Sound. Ling are thick on West End wrecks and everyone is anxiously awaiting Sunday’s opening of sea bass season. When the wind doesn’t blow, the bluefin tuna bite is on fire with fish being taken on the troll, jigging and on top waters.
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