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Peconic Star Fleet

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  • November 13, 2017 Open or Close

    Capt. Dave Brennan of the Peconic Star Fleet in Greenport reports his blackfish season, although short and sweet ended as such, with good catches and plenty of limits to 11-12 pounds. Donna Rudolph got out on Thursday to win the pool and limited out early in the morning as she did the week before. Every trip this week saw excellent fishing and lots of limits. Unfortunately all good things come to an end and the season for the Peconic Star Express ended Sunday on a high note. However, if Capt. Dave get enough calls and enough interest, he will sail this coming weekend. Therefore if you can tally up a big enough group, you can get in on the great blackfish bite. Otherwise, Capt. Dave would like to thank all those who sail with him this season and would like to wish all The Fisherman readers a happy and healthy Holiday Season and looks forward to seeing everyone again for the start porgy season in May of 2018.

  • November 6, 2017 Open or Close

    Capt. Dave Brennan of the Peconic Star Fleet in Greenport reports a decent start to the first blackfish trip on Wednesday with some big sea bass in the mix. Friday saw Donna Rudolph nail the pool fish of 7-pounds and she had her limit by 11:30 a.m. Saturday was another good day with plenty of limits to 6 pounds. The boat will remain tog fishing until Sunday, November 12th and then wrap it up until the spring of 2018 when once again Capt. Dave will be on the tails of those big Peconic Bay sea porgies.

  • October 30, 2017 Open or Close

    Capt. Dave Brennan of the Peconic Star Fleet in Greenport reports he is now on the blackfish trail and will continue to do so until November 12th and then calling it quits for the season. The porgy fishing ended in high gear on Saturday with pails and pails of pork chops. Green crabs are on board, however if you would like to stick with clam or any other crab bait, you'll have to bring your own as the greenies are the only bait available.

  • October 23, 2017 Open or Close

    Capt. Dave Brennan of the Peconic Star Fleet in Greenport reports rods are bending all day long and pails are quickly filling to the brim usually by 10:30 a.m. with nice fat pork chops. Some keeper sea bass and blackfish are taking clam baits as a by-catch. Friday was an early day back to the barn as everyone of a large crowd bailed their limit from start to finish. With that being said, Capt. Dave has decided to stick with the scup to at least the start of November and may make the switch to full day blackfish with green crabs available on board at that time. In the meantime as Capt. Dave says, while leave a sure thing.

Peconic Star Fleet

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


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