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Long Island Outdoorsman

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  • August 6, 2018 Open or Close

    The report from Rob, Sr. at the Long Island Outdoorsman in Rockville Centre indicated anglers targeting the local reefs are encountering good porgy action along with a mixed bag of sea bass, flatties and triggerfish. The Cholera is definitely a hot spot. Occasionally some blues are seen but not too often. Along the docks, piers and canals snappers are keeping young anglers happy and blue claw crabbing is decent.

  • July 30, 2018 Open or Close

    The report from the staff at the Long Island Outdoorsman in Rockville Centre indicated a staff member went to the Cholera on Saturday but only encountered short flatties and short sea bass. However, they noticed that on the way out they saw huge schools of bunker. A customer tried Jones Inlet for fluke and hooked up with 40 shorts and no keepers. Surf anglers are hauling in kingfish and small bass.

  • July 23, 2018 Open or Close

    The report from Rob at the Long Island Outdoorsman in Rockville Centre indicated fluking was pretty good in the bay and many successful anglers employed bucktails with GULP Manta shrimp or spearing and squid. Reynolds Channel was productive. Customers reported blowfish in the bay and kingfish off the beach. On the outside the Cholera is holding fluke and sea bass while the AB Reef and the Hempstead have some summer flatties. Rob was out one day and spotted cocktail blues at the mouth of Debs Inlet where plenty of birds were working. Bass seemed to have packed their bags and headed east. A few have been reported at local bridges and Green Island on clams, bucktails and Bass Assassins.

  • July 9, 2018 Open or Close

    I had a chat with Rob Greco, Jr. at the Long Island Outdoorsman in Rockville Centre and it seems fluke are still in the bay and can be found at Reynolds Channel and the Lindell School at Long Beach. Flatties have also been taken at the mouth of Debs and Jones Inlets. Bucktails, teasers and GULP are bringing in the flatties. Local wrecks are productive with very good numbers of sea bass and plenty of nice porgies. Take some clams and drop them down. However, be prepared to pick through the shorts for keeper sea biscuits. Rob noted that many of his customers said they felt a big fish on the line many times and it jumped off halfway up. If you want those jumbo sea bass go with the larger 30 hooks. The Cholera is holding good numbers of ling. Customers have reported plenty of Threshers at the Atlantic Beach Reef area along the 35 to 60-ft. ranges and the whiptails are hammering the bunker schools. Rob suggested that now is the time to enjoy some inshore sharking. Bass are few and far between in the ocean. You may score a few on clams at local bridges.

Long Island Outdoorsman

Long Island Outdoorsman
434 Sunrise Hwy
Rockville Center, NY 11570
phone: 516-678-5554


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