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Fred Chall Marine Supply

June 18, 2018:
Dom Santillo at Fred Chall Marine Supply on South Main Street in Freeport told me fluking has been okay. The supply of shorts is very good but keepers are hard to come by. A customer tried the area of the Freighters and found action but only one keeper of 19-12 inches. Anglers who employed clam bellies in the bay and bridges for bass found loads of shorts and very few keepers. The fishing section is stocked to the top with fluke and bass rigs, Spro bucktails and GULP products.



Previous Reports

  • June 11, 2018 Open or Close

    Dom Santillo at Fred Chall Marine Supply on South Main Street in Freeport told me the back bays are the place to find keeper flatties with plenty of shorts for action. A customer went outside to the Freighters and hooked up with plenty of fluke in the 15 to 17-inch class but no keepers. Bass are still in residence at local bridges and waiting for clam bellies. Nice size bass to 30-pounds were found by anglers trolling bunker spoons and Mojos in the 40-ft. spots west of Long Beach. The ravaging blues calmed down quite a bit during the week. The fishing section is stocked to the top with fluke and bass rigs, Spro bucktails and GULP products.

  • June 4, 2018 Open or Close

    Dom Santillo at Fred Chall Marine Supply on South Main Street in Freeport told me there is no shortage of summer flatties as customers reported good catches of shorts and a nice amount of keepers to 21-inches. Bass are waiting for you at the inlet and local bridges. Once again blues to 3-pounds were blitzing the bays and inlet. On Wednesday a customer told Dom he went fishing with clam bellies and hooked up with over 20 bass and 20 choppers. The fishing section is stocked to the top with fluke and bass rigs, Spro bucktails and GULP products.

  • May 28, 2018 Open or Close

    Dom Santillo at Fred Chall Marine Supply on South Main Street in Freeport said fluke activity was decent all week. Fish to 23-inches responded well to spearingsquid combos. The good bass bite has not slowed down. Chris B of the "4 Bells" drifted clam bellies near a local bridge on Friday evening and connected with several including a couple of keepers. The fishing section is stocked to the top with fluke and bass rigs, Spro bucktails and GULP products.

  • May 21, 2018 Open or Close

    Dom Santillo at Fred Chall Marine Supply on South Main Street in Freeport said fluke and bass are making anglers happy. The keeper ratio stayed about the same for the flatties. Bass are going after clam bellies at the bridges. Rebates on bottom paint will be available until May 31st. The fishing section is stocked to the top with fluke rigs, Spro bucktails and GULP products.

Fred Chall Marine Supply

Fred Chall Marine Supply
5 Atlantic Ave.
Freeport, NY 11520
phone: 516-868-0177


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