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Capt. Al

September 16, 2014:
Aboard the Capt. Al in Point Lookout Capt. Tom Weiss told me it was a week of hot and cold activity. The east winds really put a damper on the fishing. On the good weather days the catch consisted primarily of sea bass. However the scup and triggerfish action is getting more consistent on the inshore grounds. Some nice summer flatties to 6-pounds were taken on the days the captain was able to drift and some sharpies limited out. The boat departs daily at 7 a.m. for sea bass and porgies.



Previous Reports

September 9, 2014:
Aboard the Capt. Al in Point Lookout Capt. Tom Weiss told me it was a good week of fishing for his fares. However, the species that cooperated varied from day to day. On Tuesday the bite consisted of sea bass and ling while on Thursday the summer flatties exploded and the bite was 50/50 fluke and sea bass. Pool winner Dominic Frasina limited on flatties to 4-1/2 pounds and limited on sea biscuits to 4-pounds. Then on Friday it was a fluke and ling fest. The pool money was captured by James Eng's 5-pound fluke and Buck Louallen limited on fluke to 4-1/2 pounds and had a fine catch of 18 ling. The next day Andrew Blitz nailed a 4-3/4 pound sea biscuit to take the pool. On Sunday it was 50/50 sea bass and flatties. Howard Moon limited out and had a pool flattie of 6-pounds, 4-ounces. Ralph and Debbie Perez had a limit of 10 fluke to 5-pounds and a mess of sea bass. The flatties were found in depths that varied from 70 to 115-ft. Some trips had a decent catch of scup and a handful of triggers. The boat departs daily at 7 a.m. for sea bass, fluke and ling. Twilight trips for sea bass and scup sail from 5 to 9 p.m. every Wednesday to Saturday.

September 2, 2014:
Aboard the Capt. Al in Point Lookout Capt. Tom Weiss told me sea bass activity started out well earlier in the week and although there were lads of shorts there were enough keepers for many fares to limit out. Plenty of ling were found in the 115 to 120-ft. depths. The end of the week saw action slowed by ocean swells. On Sunday sea bass activity picked up a bit with short and keepers. There was a decent showing of porgies and some triggerfish and the by catch has included chub mackerel and blues. The boat departs daily at 7 a.m. for sea bass, fluke and ling. Twilight trips for sea bass and scup sail from 5 to 9 p.m. every Wednesday to Saturday.

August 26, 2014:
Aboard the Capt. Al in Point Lookout Capt. Tom Weiss told me sea bass activity keeps improving as more and more fish are coming up inshore and off. After working the inshore areas in the morning the captain head further out and works the 100 to 110-ft. drops for fat ling. The by catch has also included chub mackerel and small choppers. Sunday was a very good day as some sharpies limited on sea biscuits to 4-pounds. The fish have responded well to clams and squid. The boat departs daily at 7 a.m. for sea bass, fluke and ling. Twilight trips for sea bass and scup sail from 5 to 9 p.m. every Wednesday to Saturday.

August 19, 2014:
Aboard the Capt. Al in Point Lookout Capt. Tom Weiss told me action fell off after the storm but some improvement was seen on the weekend. The catch saw sea bass, some flatties and some small choppers from ½ to 3-pounds. Some large chub mackerel to 3-pounds were also taken. Action has taken place anywhere from 60 to 110-ft. The boat departs daily at 7 a.m. for sea bass, fluke and ling. Twilight trips for sea bass and scup sail from 5 to 9 p.m. every Wednesday to Saturday.

  Capt. Al

Capt. Al
Point Lookout Marina
Exit 10 Meadowbrook Pkwy
Point Lookout, NY 11569
phone: 516-623-2248


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