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Capt. Al

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.



Previous Reports

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.

August 12, 2014:
Aboard the Capt. Al in Point Lookout Capt. Tom Weiss told me the week started out well with good action on sea bass and some nice flatties in the by catch. The second half of the week saw the bass taper off. Over the weekend he fished the offshore areas and ling filled the bill. Pool fish are usually fluke in the 4 to 6-1/2 pound range. Small 1 to 2-pound cocktail blues are coming up and a few fares have limited on fluke. 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 5, 2014:
Aboard the Capt. Al in Point Lookout Capt. Tom Weiss told me during the week action was very good. Sea biscuits were hungry and most fares were able to limit on fish to 4-1/2 pounds. Quite a few flatties were in the by catch and one hit the 6-1/2 pound mark. A few ling and some cocktail choppers from 1 to 2-pounds were taken as well. The tough east winds on the weekend caused problems but the deepwater areas gave up good numbers of ling. The boat departs daily at 7 a.m. for sea bass, fluke and ling. Capt. J.R. updated me on the evening Wreck and Reef Specials. Action was pretty good with good numbers of sea bass and plenty of summer flatties. However, the scup bite is still not productive. Twilight trips for sea bass and scup sail from 5 to 9 p.m. every Wednesday to Saturday.

July 29, 2014:
Aboard the Capt. Al in Point Lookout Capt. Tom Weiss told me fishing all week was super with most fares able to limit on sea bass to 4-3/4 pounds. Some ling were in the mix. The second half of the week saw summer flatties join the party and excellent numbers of fluke to 5-pounds came over the rails. Action on all species was always best when the captain was able to drift. He was forced to anchor on Sunday morning for a decent pick of fish. In the afternoon Capt. Tom went to an offshore wreck and found loads of sea biscuits and ling. Clams and squid are working equally well on the bass and flatties and fares employing sea robin strips do well on the flatties. On Friday Savy Norris of Alabama and Brian Martin both limited on sea bass and fluke. The boat departs daily at 7 a.m. for sea bass, fluke and ling. Capt. J.R. updated me on the evening Wreck and Reef Special. 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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