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Peconic Star Fleet

June 18, 2018:
Capt. Dave Brennan of the Peconic Star Express in Greenport reports another awesome week with scup to almost 3 pounds. Most fares continue to have their pails or coolers filled by 11:30 A.M. just about every day. The scup fishing should remain excellent the entire summer and get even better in the fall, but it's "porgy time" now with the beautiful weather. Therefore come on out.



Previous Reports

  • June 11, 2018 Open or Close

    Capt. Dave Brennan of the Peconic Star Express in Greenport sums up the fishing to one word: 'Awesome". Most days fares fill their creels by 9:30 A.M. or earlier. Lots of mixed size scup make up the catches with a jumbos around 3 pounds usually winning the pool money. The Peconic Star Express will continue to fish scup until the end of October before switching over to tog fishing. In the meantime the scup are chewing, therefore come on out and stock up. Capt. Phil of the Peconic Star II reports the boat has now discontinued fishing for the remainder of the season. The fluke fishing ended with fares picking away with fish to 8 pounds. Capt. Phil would like to thank all those who sailed with him this season.

  • June 4, 2018 Open or Close

    Capt. Dave Brennan of the Peconic Star Express in Greenport reports good weather bad weather, it doesn't matter, porgy fishing remains fast and furious in all elements. Just about everyone walks off the boat with their legal limit to 3 plus pounds. Another added pleasure is that most fares have their creels filled before the clock strikes 12 noon. Aboard the Peconic Star II, Capt. Phil reports some real nice fluke were taken this week. The better fishing occurred on Friday and Saturday however. George of Medford had a nice 8.2-pound fluke on Friday, while Chris Manual of Woodside Queens had his limit of flatties on Saturday, including the pool fish of 6-pounds.

  • May 28, 2018 Open or Close

    Capt. Dave Brennan of the Peconic Star Express in Greenport reports incredible porgy fishing every day this week for everyone on board. Tuesday saw everyone really sock it to scup that were mainly between 2 and 3 pounds. Blues and weakfish are both coming aboard as a by-catch along with giant sea bass that are being released. Great fishing and plenty of jumbos are the norm. Therefore come on out and get your share.

  • May 21, 2018 Open or Close

    In the Peconic's, the porgy bite continues to be good out near Jessup Neck. The quality of the fish has dwindled, but there is no shortage of fish for sure. Mixing in with the porgies are bass, blues, blowfish, weakfish and sea bass. The fluking around Jessup has also been good with some double digit fish this past week. The fluke are feeding on manta shrimp, therefore match the hatch and you should be successful. The bays are full of bunker with huge bluefish gorging themselves on them. Lots of school size bass are following the bait as well.

Peconic Star Fleet

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


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