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Posted By Bob Danielson, August 7, 2017
Everyone is raving about the porgy action in Long Island Sound, with big numbers reported by boat and shore anglers.
Just about every bait and tackle shop was raving about the top shelf porgy action. “It’s red hot and nuclear, they are here, there and everywhere” were the words being used to describe the scup phenomenon. You have a variety of areas to choose from. Scotch Plains, Rye Playland, Glen Island, New Rochelle, Orchard Beach, Oyster Bay, Hempstead Harbor and Huntington. Drop down sandworms or clams and fill your bucket.
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Kevin Lehmann - 314 days ago

Seasonal fluke migration has started fluke moving west on sound and around montauk following sand eels. Porgys in mass migration can be seen in the water moving in herds westward in the sound leaving seabass and sea robins in the void Bunker have been seen moving east of strongs neck. Blues and stripers feed on them. Its like a herd of geese when Porgys pass through. With all the small seabass next year should be good fishing on them. Each couple of years each breed takes its turn now spawning in mass remember. The mackerel than the weakfish. Than the fluke

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