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Bay Park Fishing Station

October 15, 2018:
Mark Keller and the crew at Bay Park Fishing Station in Oceanside reported that aboard the "Rosario" Capt. Mike Columbus Day fished the NE side of the Atlantic Beach Bridge with BP clams. The outgoing tide produced good results as he caught and released four bass from 19 to 21-inches. Lloyd Malsin of the "Nansea II" made a long run 30 miles SE of the inlet in beautiful seas. The guys jigged up fresh albies and bonito for bait, and caught and released two makos with one around 100-pounds. They finally hooked up with a monster that had the guys spending 2-12 hours on the rods while also battling seas that became 6-ft. and tight. At the end of the fight they released a 400-pound plus blue that succeeded in doing a real beat down on all four anglers. The station has all the terminal tackle and baits that you will require for the fall run including green crabs and live eels.



Previous Reports

  • October 8, 2018 Open or Close

    Mark Keller and the crew at Bay Park Fishing Station in Oceanside reported Rich Franks of "Fishtales" drilled an 11.55-pound black drum at the AB Bridge and another drum was dropped at the boat. He also pulled in a mix of small bass and sea bass on BP clams. On Thursday, Mike Redmond, Jim Sarnataro and Mike Gangarossa sailed on the Capt. Ron in Montauk. The trio tallied 21 bass to 42-pounds, several large blues and a mix of sea bass and jumbo porgies. The guys said it was unbelievable non-stop action all day. Mike and John of "Reel Inn" picked up a 14 bushel of clams from BP and headed out to the bottom fishing grounds off the Rockaway Reef. They fished a few hours on the hook and had plenty of scup while releasing some keepers because they only retained fish above 10-inches. The duo also reported a few small sea bass with a 17-inch keeper. The show stealers of the trip were the triggerfish to 4-pounds that were captured. The guys went home when they ran out of bait. They have all the terminal tackle and baits that you will require for the fall run including green crabs and live eels.

  • October 1, 2018 Open or Close

    Mark Keller and the crew at Bay Park Fishing Station in Oceanside reported Ray, Herman and Carlos took the "Reel Limshady" to the Atlantic Beach Reef in the afternoon and decked nine keeper sea bass in 2-12 hours on BP salted clams. Aboard the "Nansea II" Lloyd Malsin reported that messy sea conditions on Wednesday forced him to set up in the inlet. They chummed up about 50 or so schoolie bass. The catch also included a dozen blues and some sea bass that were released. All action was on the tide and was over in 90 minutes.

    They have all the terminal tackle and baits that you will require for the fall run including green crabs and live eels.

  • September 24, 2018 Open or Close

    Mark Keller and the crew at Bay Park Fishing Station in Oceanside reported Lloyd Malsin and his group sailed west of Breezy Point and chummed up non-stop porgy action with some small blues also coming aboard. Dozens of bar jacks were present as well. Lloyd tried three drops for fluke but only found action in Ambrose Channel. No keepers were taken but he said it was great to be out again. They have all the terminal tackle and baits that you will require for the fall run including green crabs and live eels.

  • September 17, 2018 Open or Close

    Mark Keller and the crew at Bay Park Fishing Station in Oceanside reported once the weather is more cooperative, it will be tuna time for offshore anglers. They have all the terminal tackle and baits that you will require.

Bay Park Fishing Station

Bay Park Fishing Station
480A Reina Road
Oceanside, NY 11572
phone: 516-766-3110


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