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November 13, 2017:
Mark Keller and the staff at Bay Park Fishing Station in Oceanside reported red hot bass activity that continues to get better and better. Pete and Barbara aboard "Legal Limits" went right outside of Rockaway Inlet using live bunker and drilled two bass with the largest weighing 36.8-pounds and the other at 26.8-pounds. Mike Redmond, Jim Hoyler and Jim Sarnataro on "Lil Mist 2" left the dock at 12:30 p.m. and went to the bunker schools off Long Beach and were immediately into fish. They grabbed six fish from 25 to 30 plus pounds and a whopper of 41.3-pounds. While fishing south of Debs, Matty Martin of "Big Dawg" landed a 51.15-pound bass that fell to a green Mojo trolled along 40 to 50-ft. ranges. Live lining bunker at 30-ft. outside of Debs worked for Eric Eichin on "Hey Jude." He angled a 49.90-pound bass. Live lining bunker outside of Debs at 30-ft. was also the ticket for George and Greg aboard the McLovin." The duo decked a couple of bass to 36-pounds. Under the guidance of Capt. Joey Leggio of Chasin' Tail.tv, Mike and Rob on "Big Fish" nailed two bass to 28.5-pounds live lining bunker in the 25-ft. depths outside of Debs. Junior and Chris trolled greenwhite TGT bunker spoons behind the "Fish Tracker" at 50-ft. and scored on two bass to 34.9-pounds. A trolled Mojo rig nailed a 28.10-pound striper for Frank of "Antman" outside of Debs. Over on the "Miss Anna" Ryan, Luke, Danny and Johnny live lined a bunker at 45-ft. south of Debs and limited on bass of 38, 40, 40 and 42-pounds. Rico and Anthony of "Goldfish" drilled two stripers of 32.15 and 27-pounds by employing live bunker at 30-ft. right outside of Debs Inlet. The "Reel Attitude II" steamed to the areas outside of Debs and Robert Valletti was rewarded with a 34-pound bass that jumped on a Mojo. In addition, the crew had another two bass, all of which were caught along the 25-ft. ranges. Live eels, green crabs and all the baits you need for the fall run are in stock.



Previous Reports

  • November 6, 2017 Open or Close

    Mark Keller and the staff at Bay Park Fishing Station in Oceanside reported all indications are that the magic formula for nailing bass is to combine trolling bunker spoons with the 50 to 60-ft. range and add the waters south of Debs Inlet. In the 50-ft. depths SW of Debs Inlet Cliff and Dave of "Lucky Catch" drilled bass of 27.20 and 26.50-pounds. The duo employed TGT green and white bunker spoons. The 50-ft. ranges south of Debs were productive for Jimmy Ferchland on the "Caroline." He trolled green Tony Maja spoons that duped a fine 44.80-pound bass. Aboard the "Frankie James" Frankie Leggio with a little help from his dad Joey, angled a 44.80-pound bass that fell to a Mojo Tandem that was trolled in the 50-ft. ranges through the bunker schools south of Debs. Frank Forster and his crew on "Baby 6" also went south of Debs and connected with two bass to 32-pounds. Mojo rigs at 50-ft. did the trick. A trolled green and white TGT bunker spoon helped Junior land a 40-pound striper. Willy, Ken and Les of "Valiant" fished south of Debs at 60-ft for two bass to 29.20-pounds on white TGT spoons. Fred and John of "Blues Bros" tried the 63-ft. drops with a white spoon and Fred smacked a 48.25-pound bass. Trolling green and white bunker spoons, Jack, Jim, Sean, Mike and Kourtney landed a total of four bass to 30.55-pounds. Live eels, green crabs and all the baits you need for the fall run are in stock.

  • October 30, 2017 Open or Close

    Mark Keller and the staff at Bay Park Fishing Station in Oceanside reported Capt. Matt Roth took the "Beast" to the Atlantic Beach Reef and dropped a green crab down that was attached to a KO Blackfish Snafu Rig. He was rewarded with a whopper 'tog of 12-pounds! Captain Joey Leggio of the "Frankie James" had Pete and Paul out for some early morning blackfishing and the trio smacked a limit by 10 a.m. of fish to 9.40-pounds. All fish were duped on BP white crabs. Bass action outside the inlet is heating up and the fish are responding very well to bunker spoons. Paul and Al aboard the "Fatal Attraction" went trolling with TGT greenwhite bunker spoons in the 55-ft. depths south of Debs. The duo slammed two bass of 28.75 and 22.7-pounds. The next run for Capt. Leggio and Paul Seiden saw Stan and Ken Kules along with Matt and Steven Swiech trolling the 50-ft. depths with Tony Maja bunker spoons. The happy group slam dunked a limit of bass that included fish of 44.25 and 40-pounds. John Gaeta of "Antman" bagged a 17.65-pound bass while fishing the Roundhouse at 35-ft. The bass was taken on a trolling plug at approximately 4-ft. below the surface. Over on the "Quickie II" Capt. Mike targeted the Roundhouse at 52-ft. with a silver bunker spoon. He was rewarded with a 27.55-pound bass. Capt. Rob, Frank and Tony of "Safari" worked the morning bite on the troll at the 50-ft. drops outside of Debs Inlet. TGT greenwhite bunker spoons helped the trio score on two bass of 35.45 and 23.85-pounds. John Campbell, Joe Difini and Will Watts trolled white bunker spoons along the 30-ft. ranges off the Roundhouse and nailed three bass of 34, 22 and 24-pounds. Lloyd Malsin and his pals Angel Berman, Mark, Chummy Larry and George took the "Nansea" west of Debs Inlet with one drop shopping for 28 keeper 'tog to 8.80-pounds. A 22-pound bass rounded out the trip. Fish Magnet reported that while anchored at the AB Bridge for bass with clams he hammered an 8.78-pound blackfish. Live eels, green crabs and all the baits you need for the fall run are in stock.

  • October 23, 2017 Open or Close

    Mark Keller and the staff at Bay Park Fishing Station in Oceanside said the crew of David, Ricky, Herman, Sam and Wally joined Capt. Joe Leggio aboard the "Frankie James," and they limited out on bass from 25 to 35-pounds. The fish were located south of Debs Inlet and fell to Tony Maja bunker spoons in multicolor and white. Over on the "Dusty" at the Rockaway Reef, Capt. Bert Lennihan, Steve Lennihan and Steve Sherwood slammed a sweet 9.90-pound bulldog 'tog. The blackfish were found along the 40-ft. ranges on green crabs. Ed and Jerry went trolling while aboard the "April Grace" with white TGT bunker spoons in 50-ft. ranges outside Debs Inlet near the church. The duo nailed two bass to 27.3-pounds. The waters south of Debs Inlet, a white TGT bunker spoon and the 50-ft. depths also provided a nice catch for Joe Faust of "Another Outlet." He connected with a sweet bass of 36-pounds. Live eels, green crabs and all the baits you need for the fall run are in stock.

  • October 16, 2017 Open or Close

    Mark Keller and the staff at Bay Park Fishing Station in Oceanside said Capt. Matt Roth of "Beast" along with Rob C, and West End Mordy hit the Rockaway Reef for 'tog. Despite difficult conditions and a very finicky bite, the guys managed eight keeper blackfish to 5.5-pounds. All fish were taken on green crabs and the group was back home by noon. Aboard the "Four Bells" Doug Bell reported he trolled the 45-ft ranges of Debs Inlet with a white Tony Maja bunker spoon. He was rewarded with a nice 25.25-pound bass. Live eels, green crabs and all the baits you need for the fall run are in stock.

Bay Park Fishing Station

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


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