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TOG GETTING STARTED

Posted By Geoffrey Lawrence
Location: North Shore Long Island
The fall run is gaining momentum so get out there. Let's start out with blackfish. All our sources gave us the same encouraging information. The season is young but the 'tog are biting. There are excellent numbers of fish in the water keeping the rods bent. Party boats working the ...

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ALBIES SETTLE IN

Posted By Geoffrey Lawrence
Location: North Shore Long Island
 False albies are running amok from Eatons Neck to Cranes Neck. More keeper sea bass are showing and reports came in of decent catches near the OB. Cocktail blues in the 2 to 5-pound category are providing very good action, and bluefish can be found in very good numbers at ...

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NON-STOP PORGIES

Posted By Geoffrey Lawrence
Location: North Shore Long Island
It was another slow week for reports due to the weather. However, this week the weather is clearing and there are some sunny days ahead. Porgies are once again going non-stop. The scup grounds have also yielded some weakfish, blues, sea bass and kingfish. Sea bass action showed some slight ...

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SCUP STILL #1

Posted By Geoffrey Lawrence
Location: North Shore Long Island
Porgies continue to hold their position as the number species providing top action from one end of the Sound to the other. Bluefish activity has been inconsistent but the areas that did report on them said most are in the cocktail class. The good news is that some party boat ...

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BLUEFISHING IMPROVING

Posted By Geoffrey Lawrence
Location: North Shore Long Island
I know it’s getting repetitious but porgies and snappers are still providing the most consistent action all along the North Shore. All areas from City Island to Port Jeff had positive news on scup. Bluefish are becoming far more cooperative. Some jumbos have been trolled on the Middle Grounds. Bass ...

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BLUEFISH ON THE RISE

Posted By Geoffrey Lawrence
Location: North Shore Long Island
Porgies continue to be a sure thing from one end of the North Shore to the other. Blues have appeared literally here and there. You can bag some in the City Island area along the beach and the bridges. The party boats in the Huntington area are finding good numbers ...

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BLUEFISH ACTION BUILDS

Posted By Geoffrey Lawrence
Location: North Shore Long Island
It’s the same old song. Porgies are there and don’t seem to be going anywhere. They are staying put and can be found at City Island, Huntington, Port Jeff and beyond. Blues are a fine second choice as they have invaded local harbors and bays of the western Sound. Also ...

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PORGIES STAY STRONG

Posted By Geoffrey Lawrence
Location: North Shore Long Island
Have some fun with your family before school opens and hit the docks and piers for snappers. The size and numbers just keep growing. Take a full arsenal with you consisting of spearing, snapper poppers and small jigs or tins. Porgies are strong and steady from City Island to Port ...

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SCUP STILL BEST BET

Posted By Geoffrey Lawrence
Location: North Shore Long Island
Porgies refuse to give up the spotlight. They maintain their position as the top species in terms of numbers and keepers. Cranes Neck, Old Field Point and the Middle Grounds yielded excellent catches. If you want bass, the Middle Grounds had fish to 30-pounds that fell to trolled rigs. At ...

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SCUP STILL BEST BET

Posted By Geoffrey Lawrence
Location: North Shore Long Island
Currently porgies are still the most abundant and reliable species for anglers. Whether from the shore or from a boat, anglers are filling their buckets when the weather cooperates. They are up and down the Sound from City Island to Mount Sinai. Sandworms, bloodworms and clams are what you need. ...

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