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Capt. Al

July 26, 2016:
Aboard the Capt. Al in Point Lookout Capt. Tom Weiss told me action was very good all week as the 50 to 80-ft. depths are yielding a variety of fish. Most fares have limited on sea bass and porgy action has picked up quite a bit. Fluking is good when the boat can drift and fares are bagging plenty of shorts and a few keepers. The weekend saw quite a few ling come over the rails. Some triggerfish were taken earlier in the week. The full day trips depart at 7 a.m. Capt. JR told me the night bite runs are seeing larger sea bass and good action o porgies. A few fluke are in the by catch. The boat sails every night for porgies and sea bass from 5:30 to 9:30 p.m.



Previous Reports

  • July 19, 2016 Open or Close

    Aboard the Capt. Al in Point Lookout Capt. Tom Weiss told me action was excellent all week and as the weekend approached there were more and more scup coming up. Fluking also is taking off with a bunch of 3 to 5-pounders being taken. The sea bass are plentiful with shorts and keepers to 4-pounds. A few ling have appeared each trip. Clams and squid are the dominant baits but the flatties have shown a preference for sea robin and porgy strip baits. The captain noted that action is best when he is able to drift. The full day trips depart at 7 JR told me the night bite runs are seeing light crowds but heavy duty fishing for sea bass and scup. More fluke are coming up and Friday's pool winner was a 6-pound flattie. The pool fish is usually a 3 to 4-pound sea bass. The boat sails every night for porgies and sea bass from 5:30 to 9:30 p.m.

  • July 12, 2016 Open or Close

    Aboard the Capt. Al in Point Lookout Capt. Tom Weiss told me his fares had an excellent week with limits of sea bass to 4-12 pounds, porgies, ling and summer flatties. A monkfish took the pool on Saturday and then Dominic Frisina nailed the Sunday pool with a 15-pound monkfish. The by catch has included a sprinkling of small mackerel and a few cod. Day trips depart at 7 JR told me the night bite runs for sea bass and scup were quite good with plenty of sea bass and scup. A few fluke made their way into the mix. The boat sails every night for porgies and sea bass from 5:30 to 9:30 p.m.

  • July 5, 2016 Open or Close

    Aboard the Capt. Al in Point Lookout Capt. Tom Weiss told me he is now in the hunt for sea bass, fluke, ling and porgies. Fishing was excellent all week and fares had no trouble limiting out on sea biscuits to 4-12 pounds. The by catch included ling, porgies to 3-pounds and summer flatties. The captain has been targeting the 60 to 80-ft. depths at local wrecks, reefs and rock piles. Day trips depart at 7 JR told me the night bite runs for sea bass and scup were very good. There were even some fluke in the by catch. The Midnight Madness run saw loads of porgies, sea bass and large ling. The boat sails every night for porgies and sea bass from 5:30 to 9:30 p.m.

  • June 28, 2016 Open or Close

    Aboard the Capt. Al in Point Lookout Capt. Tom Weiss told me he is now in the hunt for sea bass, fluke, ling and porgies. Earlier in the week ling took over and filled the buckets from the 90 to 120-ft. depths. From midweek on the scup came alive. On Sunday a handful of cod in the 10 to 12-pound class came aboard. Day trips depart at 7 a.m. Capt. JR told me the boat sails every night for porgies and sea bass from 5:30 to 9:30 p.m.

  Capt. Al

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


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