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Chasing Tails Bait & Tackle

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  • June 11, 2018 Open or Close

    Frank at Chasing Tails Bait and Tackle in Oakdale reported that the bass bite is on heavy! Topwater in the morning, moving baits and soft plastics in the day time, back to top water in the evening. Bill from the shop had a banger day on Monday, with 15 plus bass up to 2.5 pounds hitting Whopper Ploppers and Senkos. Will Ganshaw fished Saturday and had a 3.5 pounder smash his swimbait, after a morning full of little guys. Crappie and sunnies are out in schools, eating worms and small jigs. Catfish are roaming and hungry, eating anything from bread and hot dogs, to inline spinners and creature baits. Yellow perch are crushing small jigs and worms.  

  • June 4, 2018 Open or Close

    Frank at Chasing Tails Bait and Tackle in Oakdale reported that anglers are "Back to Bassin'!" The bass are roaming the pads and weeds in the mornings and evenings, eating mouse and frog lures. Later on, throw swimbaits, crankbaits, weightless worms, creatures and jigs. Pickerel are cruising for food, and eating swimbaits, swim jigs, and weightless lures as well. Crappie, yellow perch, and white perch are out in schools and hitting small jigs and curly tails, as well as worms. Bluegill and sunfish are plentiful, and all over the local lakes. Lots of fun for the kids, all you need is worms, hooks and bobbers, and you're good to go.

  • May 28, 2018 Open or Close

    Frank at Chasing Tails Bait and Tackle in Oakdale reported that the lakes are loaded with bluegills, yellow perch, and white perch, and all were out and feeding on small jigs and worms. Easy to fish for and lots of fun for the kids. Bass fishing at Belmont, Blydenburgh, Randall Pond, and Artist Lake is going well. With bass season opening this week, the remaining lakes on Long Island can be targeted. Jigs, Texas rigs, and swimbaits would be good choices for targeting bass.

  • May 14, 2018 Open or Close

    Frank at Chasing Tails Bait and Tackle in Oakdale reported that the spawning season has begun so unfortunately bass season is closed for now. However, you can still target largemouths at Randall Pond, Belmont Lake, Blydenburgh and Artist Lake. Texas and wacky rigged Senkos, Ned rigs, craws, and jigs are all doing exceptionally well. Swimbaits are also getting crushed. Sunfish and yellow perch are out and plentiful, sucking up worms and small jigs. The carp are cruising around the surface of the water as well. Find us on Facebook and Instagram (@chasingtailsbait and @fishlongisland) for pictures and more information during the week. Check us out on Facebook and Instagram (@chasingtailsbait) for pictures and updates during the week. Follow Bill from the shop at @fishlongisland for pictures and information as well.

Chasing Tails Bait & Tackle

Chasing Tails Bait & Tackle
1506 Montauk Hwy.
Oakdale, NY 11769
phone: 631-848-6626


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