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September 9, 2019:
Mark Keller and the staff of Bay Park Fishing Station on Reina Road in Oceanside reported that while fishing aboard the "One More Cast," Tom McKelbey, Sue Bertolline, and John McMurray concluded their trip with four keeper mahi with Sue leading the way by drilling a sweet 19-pound, 44-inch specimen. Tom's fish just trailed behind at 17.25-pounds, 41-inches. Steve Sanders reported that he was aboard the "Nansea II" at the Atlantic Beach Reef when he arm wrestled a doormat flattie of 9.50-pounds. He duped it on BP spearing and squid. The Surprise Catch of the Week was reported by Kris Mott aboard the "Uncle Eddy." He targeted the Atlantic Beach Reef along the 25-ft. ranges with a blackfish jig and Asian crabs. Kris was rewarded with a 10.75-pound Sheepshead! On the "Whiskey Chaser" Roy and Bradley also found success on the NW corner of the AB Reef. Nice summer flatties to 7-pounds were drilled on BP spearing and Nuclear Chicken Gulp attached to a 5-ounce Spro bucktail.



Previous Reports

  • August 26, 2019 Open or Close

    Mark Keller and the staff of Bay Park Fishing Station on Reina Road in Oceanside reported the "Lil Mist III" crew of Mike Redmond and Mike Cotter targeted the Tankers along the 73-ft. drops and decked 30 summer flatties with keepers of 6.5 and 3.5-pounds. The dynamic duo employed 5-inch Gulp Nuclear Chicken grubs and 5-inch Salmon Red grubs. Vinny Kingston aboard the "Miss El" searched for fluke at the SW and NE corners of the Atlantic Beach Reef and found loads of 18-inch fish. He tried Ambrose Ridge but had zero drift. Although he did not connect with any keepers, he noted that the ocean is loaded with summer flatties. BP baby bunker, spearing, cut squid and fluke belly worked the best. Lloyd Malsin of the "Nansea II" and his crew of Alan, Paul, Larry, Pete and George fished in dense fog that finally gave way to the south winds. The group tallied eight keeper flatties and three sea bass. They had great action until the winds kicked into high gear at 20 to 25-knots.

  • August 19, 2019 Open or Close

    Mark Keller and the staff of Bay Park Fishing Station on Reina Road in Oceanside reported Phil Usinger of the "Money Pit" searched the waters south of the Rockaway Reef and was rewarded with a sweet 6.55-pound summer flattie that was pulled up from the 43-ft. depths. The fish fell to cut squid and BP spearing. Fluke were also on the menu for Owen Carr aboard the "Nansea II." A spearing bait bounced along the Atlantic Beach Reef resulted in a 4.80-pound flattie coming to the net.

  • August 12, 2019 Open or Close

    Mark Keller and the staff of Bay Park Fishing Station on Reina Road in Oceanside reported that Caiden and Jamie on the "Lizzie D" went fluking and Caiden captured a nice 3-pound summer flattie BP spearing. The McAllister Wreck proved to be very productive for Sean Barry and Mike Redmond aboard the "Lil Mist III." The dynamic duo connected with over 20 flatties in the 60-ft. ranges with the two largest weighing in at 2.50 and 2.80-pounds. The guys noted that a peanut bunkercut squid combo and KO single hook rig with pearl mylar were the keys to their success.

  • August 5, 2019 Open or Close

    I spoke to Mark Keller of Bay Park Fishing Station on Reina Road in Oceanside and the "Pino II" with Pino, Peter and Tom aboard worked the McAllister and connected with five summer flatties to 9-pounds. The trio employed chartreuse Gulp swimming mullets. Tom Walls of the "Kara Jean" checked in to report they scored at the Atlantic Beach Reef by bagging two keeper fluke to 3.20-pounds and a sea bass. The guys used BP spearing and cut squid. Anthony Palizzoto and a friend steamed to the McAllister Grounds aboard the "Deluxe" and searched the 55-ft. depths for a limit of fluke. Anthony nailed a big doormat of 9.45-pounds on a chartreuse Gulp grub.

Bay Park Fishing Station

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


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