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September 16, 2019:
The report from Campsite Sports in Huntington indicated a bunch of blues in the 5 to 10-pound class have moved into the Sound near Huntington, and they are responding to diamond jigs. More schoolie bass are making their way into the back bays while larger fish are coming in from the East. Sea bass action has improved and more are being caught as a by catch on porgy trips.



Previous Reports

  • September 9, 2019 Open or Close

    The report from Campsite Sports in Huntington indicated scup are everywhere with a few sea bass in the by catch. Both species will hit worms and clams. Summer flatties are few and far between but there are larger keepers being decked in the deep-water spots. Blues are crashing bunker pods in the open water areas of the Sound. They are in the 5 to 12-pound range and will smashing tins and diamond jigs. Most bass being caught are schoolies from 12 to 26-inches with an occasional keeper being found on the night bite on a bunker chunk.

  • September 2, 2019 Open or Close

    The report from Campsite Sports in Huntington indicated a large influx of anchovies and baby herring have moved into the deep-water areas. Can nice size keeper bass be far behind? Blues from 5 to 12-pounds have been captured from 11b out to the OB. Over in Huntington anglers connected with plenty of short fluke but are seeing better numbers of keepers. Flatties to 8-pounds came to the net. Schoolie bass in the Harbor are attacking peanut bunker.

  • August 26, 2019 Open or Close

    The report from Campsite Sports in Huntington indicated cocktail blues are just outside Eatons Neck. The bass activity consists of schoolies and almost no keepers. Fluking saw some slight improvement, while porgy action is good with sea bass in the by catch.

  • August 19, 2019 Open or Close

    The report from Campsite Sports in Huntington indicated anglers are catching plenty of porgies in the Harbor and the Sound. They are employing clams, squid and worms. A few summer flatties are around the beaches and the larger fluke are being live lined on snappers in the deeper water. Look for sea bass on the deeper water areas with rough bottom and structure. Blues are on the increase, but bass action remained slow.

Camp-Site Sports Shop

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


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