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November 12, 2018:
Steve from We Go Fishing Bait and Tackle in Southold reports super blackfishing this week despite the despicable winds that seems to never stop blowing. Fishers Island is the hot spot with the togs chewing down green, white and hermit crabs. The Sound has also been very good off of Mulford and Rocky Points when the weather allows. The fish tend to be a little smaller at the latter spots. Nonetheless however there is a lot of action to be found on crabs. Some sea bass are mixing in with the blackfish at Fishers Island, however most have moved off into the deeper water to the east. Anglers tossing plugs and Kastmaster's from the Southold beaches are finding some small bass and a couple of small blues willing to snatch up the offerings. Porgies and false albacore are all but gone until next year. Please note that Steve will be carrying crabs throughout November which include green, whites and hermits. Give the shop a shout should you need more than a bushel of crabs. The number is (631) 765-3918.



Wego Fishing Bait & Tackle

November 12, 2018:
Steve from We Go Fishing Bait and Tackle in Southold reports tossing swimming and popping plugs, and Kastmaster's from Southold beaches like Kenneys and Hortons are finding some small bass and a couple of small blues willing to snatch up the offerings. Porgies and false albacore are all but gone until next year.



Previous Reports

  • November 5, 2018 Open or Close

    Steve from We Go Fishing Bait and Tackle in Southold reports the super blackfish action continues off Fishers Island and the surrounding area with green and white crabs working well on fish to 9 pounds. Porgies and all the summer visitors of weakfish, kingfish and blowfish are all but gone out of the bay. Some sea bass however remain in the Sound and between Fishers and Block Island. The jumbo scup, sea bass and some cod are south of Block Island. Some stripers are still in the Race, but mainly shorts. Steve will be carrying crabs throughout November which include green, whites and hermits. Give the shop a shout should you need more than a bushel of crabs. The number is (631) 765-3918.

  • October 29, 2018 Open or Close

    Steve from We Go Fishing Bait and Tackle in Southold reports incredible blackfish action, which seems to only get better as the day grow cooler. Fishers Island has been the hot spot, however, there are plenty of fish off Plum and Big Gull Islands as well as in the Sound. Green crabs are working well and Steve is hoping to have white crabs in this week and will also be stocking hermit crabs the first week of November, which seem to have a bit of an edge on the larger togs. Porgies are still hanging in there, but are definitely moving off to the deep water of Block Island Sound. Sea bass are also hanging on in the Sound and in the deep water off Plum and Fishers Islands. Striped bass are in all the usual spots as well as along the beaches of the Sound smacking plugs, jigs and live bait. Bluefish have been scarce. Give the shop a shout should you need more than a bushel of crabs. The number is (631) 765-3918.

  • October 22, 2018 Open or Close

    Steve from We Go Fishing Bait and Tackle in Southold reports the blackfish are chewing hard and heavy from Plum Island to Fishers Island in 20 to 30 feet of water being the right depths for the best fishing right now. Green crab baits have been working well as are white crabs. Scup and sea bass fishing remains red hot from the same areas as the togs except that the bite is best in the 40 to 60 foot depths on clams. The Sound has been like a washing machine with all the wind this week, however when the waters settle down, plenty of albies, blues and stripers are being taken from the surf. Striped bass and blues are in pretty good supply in the Plum Gut and the Race, however most of the interest is on the great tog fishing. The shop is carrying green, hermit and white crabs as well as clams. Give the shop a shout should you need more than a bushel of crabs. The number is (631) 765-3918.

  • October 15, 2018 Open or Close

    Tyler at. We Go Fishing Bait and Tackle in Southold reports false albacore are still holding on although it seems as the bite has slowed down from the beaches. The speedsters crash the surface at any time, any place. Once they surface, you shouldn't have a problem with hook ups providing you toss them Hogy Epoxy Jigs or Deadly Dicks. Stripers are in the Race and Plum Gut, although most of the interest is starting to shift to blackfish, which is off to a very good start along the shallow rock piles north of Plum Island and the shallows up close to Fishers Island. Sea bass and porgies are also hot items anywhere from Plum Island east to Block Island. Find a chunk of lumpy bottom in 40 to 80 feet of water, and you'll find big sea bass and jumbo scup. With blackfish season just getting started, the shop will be carrying green, hermit and white crabs as well as clams. Give the shop a shout should you need more than a bushel of crabs. The number is (631) 765-3918.

Wego Fishing Bait & Tackle

Wego Fishing Bait & Tackle
64355 Main Road
Southold, NY 11971
phone: 631-765-3918


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Wego Fishing Bait & Tackle

Wego Fishing Bait & Tackle
64355 Main Road
Southold, NY 11971
phone: 631-765-3918


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