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Shinnecock Star

November 20, 2017:
On the party boat Shinnecock Star, Capt. John let us know that they were able to sail a few times between the wind storms for some local tog fishing with limits of fish being taken to 9 pounds. Tommy Z of the Eastern Anglers Fishing Club took the pool on Monday. Offshore sea bass continues to be excellent when they can get to the grounds. The Shinnecock Star will continue their blackfish or offshore sea bass trips doing one or the other depending on weather conditions, and will be sailing for cod through the winter, 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. daily. Call (631) 728-4563 to reserve your spot and check them out on Facebook for the latest info.



Previous Reports

  • November 13, 2017 Open or Close

    On the party boat Shinnecock Star, Capt. John let us know that the local tog drops have been excellent when they are able to get out. Thursday's light crowd enjoyed catching a full boat limit of blackfish. Boat regular Dottie McPherson had an easy limit and the pool fish. Saturday was a bit tougher with the sudden drop of water temperature, but still a good pick throughout the day. Lots of nears misses of 14 and 15 inches are being returned, however many fare are having no problem nailing their limits. Six year old Steven showed the adults how to catch the big blackfish by winning the mug of cash on Saturday. The offshore sea bass and mixed bag fishing on Sunday was crazy good on a calm and gentle ocean with tons of big chunky sea bass. Mel Tepper of Oyster Bay had the pool fish of a whopping 5.10-pounds. The Shinnecock Star will continue their blackfish or offshore sea bass trips doing one or the other depending on weather conditions 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. daily. Call (631) 728-4563 to reserve your spot and check them out on Facebook for the latest info.

  • November 6, 2017 Open or Close

    On the party boat Shinnecock Star, Capt. John reports excellent offshore fishing over the last weekend. Annie Cilmi of Queens took the pool with a jumbo sea bass over 5-12 pounds. The big blow early in the week dampened the action, but things picked right up again a few days later. The first trip out after the big blow was a pick of fish all day, with sea bass porgies and red hake. Pollack, cod and jumbo sea bass are on the menu when the boat can get offshore. Locally the blackfish bite has finally improved. A crew trip on Friday was excellent. A bit of work, but everyone had their four fish limit. The Shinnecock Star will continue their blackfish or offshore sea bass trips doing one or the other depending on weather conditions 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. daily. Call (631) 728-4563 to reserve your spot and check them out on Facebook for the latest info.

  • October 30, 2017 Open or Close

    On the party boat Shinnecock Star, Capt. John let us know that the mix bag offshore fishing has been excellent since the federal waters opened. Cod to 20 pounds, sea bass to 5-12 pounds and scup to 3 plus pounds. Some big fluke and sea flounder are also in the mix, and are being returned unharmed. John Brisciana had the big cod to take home the mug of money on opening day. Local blackfish trips have been productive but you have to find them. It seems as the tog are in shallow water right now with triggerfish mixing in. The Shinnecock Star will continue their blackfish or offshore sea bass trips doing one or the other depending on weather conditions 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. daily. Call (631) 728-4563 to reserve your spot and check them out on Facebook for the latest info.

  • October 23, 2017 Open or Close

    On the party boat Shinnecock Star, Capt. John let us know that blackfish action has been excellent as of late with fish to 9 pounds. On Thursday, things started off slow but picked up though it the day. The key is to stick with it and by days end, you should have a solid catch with triggerfish, porgies and sea bass mixing it up a bit. Mike Martin of Commack took the pool with an 8-pound fish caught right at three bells. The fish came up In memory of his brother Pat of which the duo fished aboard the Star together over the years. You have to believe Pat had something to do with the biggest blackfish Mike has caught to date. The Shinnecock Star will continue their blackfish or offshore sea bass trips doing one or the other depending on weather conditions 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. daily. Call (631) 728-4563 to reserve your spot and check them out on Facebook for the latest info.

Shinnecock Star

Shinnecock Star
Oakland's Marina
365 Dune Road
Hampton Bays, NY 11946
phone: 631-728-4563


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