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October 15, 2018:
Tommy from L.I. Outdoorsman in Rockville Centre said lots of false albacore have been keeping caster busy in Debs and Jones inlets and along the oceanfront between the two inlets when the surf is fishable. West End Two on the inlet side saw some action with small bass and blues Friday evening. The shop has fresh bunker live eels in stock.



Previous Reports

  • October 8, 2018 Open or Close

    Aiden from L.I. Outdoorsman in Rockville Centre said that he's been picking away at school bass on diamond jigs and bucktails along the oceanfront east and west of Debs Inlet. He has not seen much in the way of bluefish but one customer did beach a big blue on a Super Strike Popper during the week. School bass are in the bay around the bridges taking SP Minnows, bucktails and soft plastics. He's seen spearing and sand eels in the wash. The shop has live eels in stock.

  • October 1, 2018 Open or Close

    Rob Jr. from L.I. Outdoorsman in Rockville Centre said that both Jones and Debs inlets, and the ocean beach between them have been alive with albies. Deadly Dicks, Epoxy Jigs and 007s have been hot sellers for the albies. Back Bay shorelines and around the bridges are producing good numbers of schoolie stripers on poppers, bucktails, soft plastics and swimming plugs from dusk to dawn. Some weakfish have also been picked with the bass in the bay. Rob reminded that they have eels in stock and October is prime time for eeling.

  • September 24, 2018 Open or Close

    From L.I. Outdoorsman in Rockville Centre we heard of some action with school bass into the keeper range, as well as a 30 pounder from the Jones Inlet area. Some bigger bluefish to 10 pounds also showed up late in the week. Deb's Inlet also some action with bass and blues this week. The back bays continue to produce some schoolies on top water plugs at first light.

  • September 17, 2018 Open or Close

    Rob from L.I. Outdoorsman in Rockville Centre said things were quiet most of the week but he did hear on the weekend of some schoolie bass on bucktails and Super Strike poppers around both Jones and Deb's inlets. There was also some action with schoolie stripers in the back bays on poppers at first light. Small blues have roaming up and down Jones inlet and taking 007 jigs.

Long Island Outdoorsman

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


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