Go To The Homepage
Long Island, Metro NY
East End

Lazy Bones

No report submitted this week.

Previous Reports

  • October 23, 2017 Open or Close

    Aboard the Lazy Bones, Kathy reports another week has gone by with some beautiful weather to go with the fishing. Capt. Mike says although they have been hammering down on some nice linesiders, the diamond jigging will become consistent as the waters begin to cool down a bit and the bass begin to congregate for migration. TCG and Ian Rowan did manage to catch two nice bass on Saturday along with some porgies and sea bass. In the meantime, there are plenty of tackle busting blues in the 15 to 18 pound range crushing the shiny metals. Please call ahead for reservations and weather updates at (631) 668-5671 before coming out.

  • October 16, 2017 Open or Close

    Kathy reports that the Lazy Bones didn't get out as much as they would have liked due to Mamma Nature putting the fan switch to high. The Bone's did get out on Tuesday morning and did have 3 keeper bass. The pool winner was Jim "B and S" Guobis with his fish at 18-pounds. Larry Marx had one at 13-pounds, while Bob "Indiana "Shaw had a 15-pounder. Indiana also had 8 false albacore with 3 of them on the first drift on a jig. Pretty impressive. Saturday morning was the next time the boat was able to sail where anglers were greeted with a bluefish blitz. After the smoke cleared, Kathy estimated that over 100 gators between 12 and 18 pounds hit the deck. The Vermont Boys on their annual diamond jig bonanza aboard the Bone's took their bags of fish fillets back to the campsite to brine and smoke. The boys planned to do it again in the morning. Saturday p.m. saw a duplicate of the morning fishing.

  • October 9, 2017 Open or Close

    Aboard the half day open boat the Lazy Bones, it was a little too rough getting to where Capt. Mike wanted to fish as he wanted everyone to have a good time and not get queasy or sick. Highlights of impressive bass this week went to TCG, who diamond jigged a chunky 26-pounder, and Larry Marx with a 20 pound beauty. The rest of the trips were rounded out with some smaller bass and plenty of with gator blues in the 12 to 18 pound range. Still some big sea bass and jumbo porgies hitting the diamonds as well. All in all, its good fishing that will get even better as the waters cool and the fish begin to blitz. Please call ahead for reservations and weather updates at (631) 668-5671.

  • October 2, 2017 Open or Close

    Diamond jigging aboard the Lazy Bones this week started off on a positive note for bass fishing. Almost all trips saw keeper porgies, sea bass, and blues as well. Sunday morning produced 8 bass with Frank Chu jigging up an 18-pound pool winner. The afternoon also saw 8 bass with Angelo Racanelli copping the cash with a 13-pounder. Karen and Rick Hall each had a keeper bass to bring home. Monday morning was great with 15 keepers. Brendan O'Halleran went home with the 20-pound pool fish, while 11 year old Layla Harrison who was fishing with her dad and came all the way from Georgia, nailed a nice 15-pounder. Layla has been sailing aboard the Bone's since she was 4. Way to rock it girl. The afternoon had 5 bass and 6 blues. Catherine Brogan went home with the pool fish at 18 pounds. Friday was a banner day with 7 keepers and Tommy Ferazi jigging up a cow of 32.5-pounds. Bill States had a cow of 30-12 pound linesider, while Sean Hannigan nailed a hefty 29-pound bass. All quality fish on diamond jigs. It looks as the bass and blue fishing are on the right path for a solid fall and the Lazy Bone's will be right on them. Please call for reservations and weather updates before venturing out this way.

Lazy Bones

Lazy Bones
474 West Lake Drive
Montauk, NY 11954
phone: 631-668-5671

View Our Profile View Our Website Send Us Email Send Link To Friend Print This Directory Listing Visit Us On Facebook

Explore Product Partners: