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SEA BASS SOLID

Posted By Geoffrey Lawrence
Location: West End South Long Island
It’s always nice to have a variety of species to choose from. Sea bass fishing just keeps getting better and may soon steal the show from other species that inhabit the local wrecks and reefs. The Hempstead, the Atlantic Beach Reef, the Cholera and the McAllister Grounds offer anglers a ...

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SEA BASS ON THE RISE

Posted By Geoffrey Lawrence
Location: West End South Long Island
It’s always nice to have a variety of species to choose from. Sea bass fishing just keeps getting better and may soon steal the show from other species that inhabit the local wrecks and reefs. The Hempstead and Atlantic Beach reefs, Cholera and the McAllister Grounds offer anglers a shot ...

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EXCELLENT SEA BASS

Posted By Geoffrey Lawrence
Location: West End South Long Island
The sea bass season has gotten off to a rousing start. Party, charter and private boats have reported limited catches. Local reefs such as Atlantic Beach Reef and the McAllister Grounds are providing top shelf activity. The biscuits are hungry and will devour clams and squid. Fluke are still enjoying ...

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SEA BASS OPENS UP

Posted By Geoffrey Lawrence
Location: West End South Long Island
Sea bass broke out of the gate in fine style. A party boat reported near limit and limit catches over the weekend. Bass are holding steady and chasing fresh bunker, clam chum and Mojo rigs depending on the area. Fluke are a good bet as well. The bay is still ...

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GOOD BOTTOM ACTION

Posted By Geoffrey Lawrence
Location: West End South Long Island
If you want to enjoy a nice short trip after work, then consider going for porgies in the evening. Party boats in Sheepshead Bay and Point Lookout reported excellent catches of scup on the night bite. On the daytime bite, the AB Reef and Hempstead Reef are coming alive with ...

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BIG BASS TIME

Posted By Geoffrey Lawrence
Location: West End South Long Island
Stay in the bay for summer flatties. Anglers who experimented and steamed outside the inlets were greatly disappointed and found only shorts. All the reports indicated that light tackle definitely offers a huge advantage so try not to go above 1-ounce if possible. Reynolds Channel and the FI Reef saw ...

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VERY GOOD FLUKING

Posted By Geoffrey Lawrence
Location: West End South Long Island
 Fluke activity continues to please anglers. Reynolds Channel provided very good action as the keeper flatties ran from 3 to 7-pounds. Also the waters of Massapequa Cove provided good numbers of flatties. Anglers scored with spearing, squid and GULP. Bass should be on your menu as well. They are willing ...

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TAKE YOUR PICK

Posted By Geoffrey Lawrence
Location: West End South Long Island
What to do, what to do? Despite the rainy weather all species have been in a cooperative mood so what do you fish for? Gorilla blues have now joined the act and big boys to 10-pound plus have attacked whatever bait is in the water; especially in the bay. There ...

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FLUKE AND BLUES

Posted By Geoffrey Lawrence
Location: West End South Long Island
What to do, what to do? In spite of the rainy weather all species have been in a cooperative mood so what do you fish for? Gorilla blues have now joined the act and big boys to 10-pound plus have attacked whatever bait is in the water; especially in the ...

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FLUKING REMAINS SOLID

Posted By Geoffrey Lawrence
Location: West End South Long Island
It's Anglers' Choice Week as both bass and summer flatties were active. Fluke did not disappoint and can be found in Massapequa Cove, the State Boat Channel, Robert Moses, Reynolds Channel and the Meadowbrook Bridge. Anglers to the west can check out Breezy Point and the Canarsie area. Bucktails have ...

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