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July 16, 2018:
Brad at Campsite Sports in Huntington Station reported bassing is pretty good with fish to 30-pounds. Phil from the shop bunker chunked a limit of stripers. Sea bass action is picking up and porgies are going strong at Caumsett, Sunken Meadow and the Triangle. Go with clams and squid. Bay fluking is slowing down so go deeper at 40 to 50-ft. Use spearing, squid, bucktails and GULP swimming mullets.



Previous Reports

  • July 9, 2018 Open or Close

    Jack from Campsite Sports told us that the fluke fishing has been good this week with fish up to 8 pounds taken although there are lots of shorts around as well. Hot spots include the Golf Course, Sand City and the Brushpile. Bucktails tipped with squid and spearing are working very well but some anglers are using Gulp swimming mullet in either chartreuse or pink have also been catching fluke. The fluke seem to be moving deeper in the water column with water of 40 to 50 feet deep the most productive. Porgies have been solid all over but near Sunken Meadow and Caumsett Park as well as the Triangle have all been hot. A few larger fish up to 16 inches have been taken and everyone seems to be keyed in on clam as bait. Sea bass have also been mixing in with both the fluke and porgies at such spots as the Triangle. Stripers up to 30 pounds have been taken this week with tides both really early or late at night being the most productive. A few blues are mixing in with the bass as well.

  • July 2, 2018 Open or Close

    Carmine at Campsite Sports told us that the fluke fishing has been solid with plenty of fish in the 3 to 8 pound range being landed. Hot spots include the Brushpile, off the Golf Course as well as inside at Sand City. Hi lo rigs with Gulp in chartreuse and white as well as a whole squid have been turning some big fish. There are porgies all over the place. They can now be taken from the shore as well as by boat. All you need to do is find any kind of structure and you'll find the scup. Sea bass have been starting to show up in the reports now too. Small jigs or worms and clams have been finding these tasty critters on the deeper structure. You can also find them as bycatch during porgy fishing. Stripers have been solid between Oyster Bay and Cranes in deeper water after dark with chunks producing bigger fish between 30 and 50 pounds on the North Shore. Smaller fish can still be taken on plugs in the smaller water. Smaller blues have started to show up but no big choppers so far this season.

  • June 25, 2018 Open or Close

    Brad at Campsite Sports in Huntington Station reported fluking is going strong along the North Shore by the Brush Pile and Eaton's Neck. Anglers are using highlow rigs with GULP or spearing and squid. Porgies to 3-pounds are jumping on worms. Nice size bass in the 30-pound class are located at Huntington Bay and The Triangle. They will hit fresh bunker or parachute rigs.

  • June 18, 2018 Open or Close

    Brad at Campsite Sports in Huntington Station reported bassing is good whether anglers are chunking or trolling. Fly rodders have plenty of schoolie bass to play catch and release. Large blues to 15-pounds appeared during the week. Fluke action is good on bucktails and GULP. Stay shallow for the flatties but they are beginning to seek deeper waters.

Camp-Site Sports Shop

Camp-Site Sports Shop
1877 New York Ave
Huntington Station, NY 11746
phone: 631-271-4969


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