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Peconic Star Fleet

September 24, 2018:
Capt. Dave Brennan of the Peconic Star Fleet in Greenport reports yet another week of super fishing despite some deterring weather this week. No novel needed according to Capt. Dave as most anglers walk off the boat with full limits of scup, fishing close to home. On Saturday the local drops weren't cooperating to well so a steam east found a steady pick of nice pork chops and a good mix of sea bass. Speaking of sea bass, customers are catching plenty of them to go with the scup. Capt. Dave will stick with the scup throughout October and into November before considering doing some tog fishing. Stay tuned.



Previous Reports

  • September 17, 2018 Open or Close

    Capt. Dave Brennan of the Peconic Star Express in Greenport reports the porgies never rest and neither does the Peconic Star Express as the scup fishing continues crazy good. Some nice sea bass, triggerfish, fluke and bluefish are also including themselves in the catch. Capt. Dave will stick with the scup throughout October and into November before considering doing some tog fishing. Stay tuned.

  • September 10, 2018 Open or Close

    Capt. Dave Brennan of the Peconic Star Fleet in Greenport reports another banner week on the porgy grounds. Most anglers are having no problem putting a limit of scup in their pails along with some nice sea bass. Some fluke to 7 pounds have also been mixing in taking baits intended for porgies. Despite windy conditions on Friday and Saturday, fishing was insane with double headers of scup the norm. Triggerfish are beginning to show more consistently and will only get better as the autumn season progresses.

  • September 3, 2018 Open or Close

    Capt. Dave Brennan of the Peconic Star Fleet in Greenport reports another fabulous week of porgy fishing with double headers and limits the norm with fish up to 3 pounds. Some nice sea bass are also mixing in. Once the bite is established it's only a matter of an hour or two before most fares have their limits. Plenty of room at the rails during the week, come on out.

  • August 27, 2018 Open or Close

    Capt. Dave Brennan of the Peconic Star Fleet in Greenport reports great porgy fishing on Monday. The pool was a 5 pound fluke and the runner up was a quality black sea bass. The boat also had plenty of triggerfish. Most of the week saw full boat limits of nice size scup with sea bass, triggerfish, mackerel and fluke are mixing in for good measure. West End editor Geoff Lawrence sailed aboard the Peconic Star Express on Friday and is pleased to report that once again Capt. Dave put them into the thick of the action. Along with his "Porgy Posse" of Angel "Rex" Cruz, George "Deacon" Combest and Johnny "Rev" Walker it was a slam dunk, over the rail and fill the pail day. Once again the Montauk Lighthouse held the mother lode of scup along with some sea bass and triggerfish. Mates Dennis, Tommy and Pete started filleting early in the trip. All fares limited out and a fat 4-12 pound trigger took the pool money.

Peconic Star Fleet

Peconic Star Fleet
103 3rd Street
Greenport, NY 11944
phone: 631-875-2631


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