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Fred Chall Marine Supply

September 24, 2018:
I had a brief chat with Dom Santillo at Fred Chall Marine Supply on South Main Street in Freeport and he did not hear of any significant action on the outside. Most anglers who got out worked the bay and local bridges for bass and bottom fish or the occasional fluke. The store is now fully stocked with all the products you will need for winterizing your boat at great prices.



Previous Reports

  • September 10, 2018 Open or Close

    Dom Santillo at Fred Chall Marine Supply on South Main Street in Freeport told me it was a slow week for reports. Some anglers did manage to nail some nice fluke to 5-pounds on live lined snappers. Decent amounts of fluke are still available at the Cholera, the Middle Grounds and the Freighters. Loads of shorts still outnumber the keepers. Snappers are biting well at the docks and blue claw crabbing just keeps getting better. The good news for the impending fall run is that there are tons of spearing and peanut bunker in the water.

  • September 3, 2018 Open or Close

    Dom Santillo at Fred Chall Marine Supply on South Main Street in Freeport told me fluking on the outside at the Cholera saw fat fish to 7-pounds. The Cholera is also hosting good numbers of small mahi. A few fluke were also found at the McAlister and Atlantic Beach Reef. Bluefish provided some action outside the inlet and at the Big Meadowbrook Bridge. Snappers are still responding well to poppers. The shop is stocked with a complete line of crab traps, snapper lures, poppers and poles. A customer told Dom he went fluking in Nantucket and hammered a 14.6-pound, 33-inch fish. The Sunday hours are now 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

  • August 27, 2018 Open or Close

    Dom Santillo at Fred Chall Marine Supply on South Main Street in Freeport told me snappers are providing top shelf action for everyone and blue claws are there for the taking. The shop is stocked with a complete line of crab traps, snapper lures, poppers and poles. The Sunday hours are now 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

  • August 20, 2018 Open or Close

    Dom Santillo at Fred Chall Marine Supply on South Main Street in Freeport told me anglers of all ages should grab their snapper poppers and head to the docks. Blue claws are going strong at docks, bulkheads, the shallows and canals. Fluking remained slow on the inside but decent size flatties are being taken on most local reefs. A customer hit an ocean spot for a limit of fluke to 5-pounds. Decent action on flatties has occurred south of the Cholera, and s few small mahi were found at the pots along the Cholera too. Some small blues were blitzing outside the inlet in the ocean. The shop is stocked with a complete line of crab traps, snapper lures, poppers and poles. The Sunday hours are now 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Fred Chall Marine Supply

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


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