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FISHING LOGS: Long Island, Metro NY
West End South


Posted By Geoffrey Lawrence, July 10, 2017
Joey Kallo with his limit catch of West End fluke.
Fluke activity is on the rise. A new body of fish has moved inside and the numbers of shorts and keepers has increased. The waters are warming up nicely and now you can bucktail to bring the flatties to the net. Work the edges of the channels when possible. On the outside the Cholera yielded very nice catches of flatties to 7-pounds and sea bass will bend your rod as well. The larger summer flatties are responding very well to whole or baby squid. If the Cholera is not on your list try the McAllister Grounds or the waters around the Tankers. The western areas are experiencing a solid run of porgies in Sheepshead Bay at the Marine Parkway Bridge, and the Tin Can Grounds. Private anglers and party boats are reporting limit catches.
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