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OCEAN BEST FOR FLUKE

Posted By Geoffrey Lawrence
Location: West End South Long Island
Fluke really came alive last week as fair-weather systems kicked in and gave us some very fishable days. You must head outside for keepers. The Atlantic Beach Reef was very productive for flattie anglers and most of them said that the basics worked the best so take your spearing and ...

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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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HOT PORGY ACTION

Posted By Geoffrey Lawrence
Location: West End South Long Island
Porgy action is rock solid. Sheepshead Bay is on fire and is experiencing the best scup action in years. To the east the local reefs are yielding a fine mixed bag of scup, sea bass, summer flatties and occasional triggerfish. The top areas are the Hempstead, the Cholera and the ...

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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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CHOLERA FOR FLUKE

Posted By Geoffrey Lawrence
Location: West End South Long Island
It was a slow week on all fronts and it remains to be seen which species will bounce back. You can still find good numbers of summer flatties in the bay but the keeper ratio is very low. On the outside anglers have targeted the Cholera and the Hempstead with ...

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PORGIES BEST BET

Posted By Geoffrey Lawrence
Location: North Shore Long Island
Porgies remain the dominant species and they are a can’t-miss proposition. They are alive and kicking from the shore or from a boat. The City Island area and areas to the east have loads of scup. Old Field, Cranes Neck, the Middle Grounds and 11B. Bass have been biting at ...

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OCEAN FLUKING HOT

Posted By Geoffrey Lawrence
Location: West End South Long Island
The forecast this week is foreboding but you may have a brief window of opportunity late in the week. Hopefully you will get a break since the summer flattie action got red hot outside Jones Inlet. The numbers are quite good and fish to 7-1/2 pounds have come to the ...

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PORGIES GALORE

Posted By Geoffrey Lawrence
Location: North Shore Long Island
It’s porgies here, porgies there, it’s porgies, porgies everywhere. Scup are the one species no one is complaining about. Anglers are nailing them from the shore as well as from private, charter and party boats. You have numerous options including Glen Island, Larchmont, Playland, Eastchester Bay, City Island Bridge and ...

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MULTIPLE CHOICE

Posted By Geoffrey Lawrence
Location: North Shore Long Island
Choose between sure bet porgies, the chance for a big striper or a quality fluke. All three are possibilities this week. The porgy bite remains solid all over the Sound. Bass into the 30-pound class are falling to bunker chunks off of Sound points and several doormat fluke fell to ...

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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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