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Bay Park Fishing Station

July 16, 2018:
Mark Keller and the crew at Bay Park Fishing Station in Oceanside reported Capt. Jim of the "Miss Bev II" worked the outgoing tide in Reynolds Channel near the Lindell School and connected with 23 summer flatties with two 20-inch keepers in the mix. He used a BP 5-inch white Gulp. The waters around the Lindell School were also productive for John Winters of the "Deluxe." He topped off his early afternoon shot with a 9.45-pound doormat flattie that hit a Spro bucktail tipped with BP spearing. Mike Redmond of "Lil Mist II" along with his son Michael and the Redmond girls Ryan, Riley and Regan decked over 25 fluke while working Reynolds Channel. The flatties jumped on local spearing and squid.



Previous Reports

  • July 9, 2018 Open or Close

    Mark Keller and the crew at Bay Park Fishing Station in Oceanside reported BP salted clams and sand eels along with diamond jigs did the trick for Frankie and Big frank aboard "Ant Man." The trio connected with sea bass to 18-inches, porgies and ling near the Cholera Banks. Capt. John of "I Fish-You Fish" went out to the Lindell school and decked a nice 6.35-pound flattie on spearing and cut squid. Angler Chris Motto was on the "Fatal Attraction" when he used a 6-inch green GULP swimming mullet and caught and released a 20-inch stargazer. Over on the "Lil' Mist II" Mike Redmond, Brian Snee and Richard had calm waters when they made their first trip to the Cholera as well as Middle Grounds. The group located lots of ling and nice sea bass. The catch also included three keeper fluke from 21 to 22-inches with Brian weighing in a 4.10-pound beauty.

  • July 2, 2018 Open or Close

    Mark Keller and the crew at Bay Park Fishing Station in Oceanside reported a sweet 9-pound summer flattie was drilled by Anthony Palizzotto near the Lindell school. The whopper fell prey to a 6-inch GULP Nuclear Chicken grub. A nearly identical "twin" fluke was captured by Paul and Greg Kluth of "Worth the Wait." The duo hauled in a specimen of 9.20-pounds, 30-inches that jumped on a Spro bucktail tipped with a 4-inch white GULP in the bay near west Atlantic Beach. Anthony Palizzotto was out again on the weekend with John Winters and the duo worked the Atlantic Beach Reef for six keeper sea bass and two summer flatties to 5-pounds that chomped on GULP. Reynolds Channel was productive for Dan and Ethan Levy along with Matt Triola. They employed white GULP to bag a 4.05-pound fluke.

  • June 25, 2018 Open or Close

    Mark Keller and the crew at Bay Park Fishing Station in Oceanside reported summer flatties have shown a reluctance to venture outside and the bay is your best target. Leonardo Fiorentino was working Reynolds Channel west of the school when he hooked, and dad reeled in, their first doormat of the season. It checked in at 26.5-inches and jumped on BP spearing.

  • June 18, 2018 Open or Close

    Mark Keller and the crew at Bay Park Fishing Station in Oceanside reported Johnny Ferrara of "Salt Fly" went jigging in Reynolds Channel and drilled a 9.25-pound fluke on a jig head with a white shad. Reynolds Channel near the Lindell School was the top spot for John Neckles, Sr. and Jr., Timmy Neckles, and Anthony Youino aboard "Sophie." The crew ended their afternoon with a 7.90-pound summer flattie that feasted on squid and spearing. Hans Coflesh of the "Fatima C" went to Buoy 4 and decked a 7.10-pound on BP spearing. On the "Dragon-a-Line" Ken Barish had a mixed bag at the Atlantic Beach Reef as he landed a 5.2-pound flattie and a 31-pound bass. Ralph and Steve trolled white Tony Maja bunker spoons behind the "Noosa Cat" and angled a 44-pound striper. They found the big one east of Debs at 45-ft.

Bay Park Fishing Station

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


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