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June 11, 2018:
Scott over at East End Bait & Tackle in Hampton Bays reported Shinnecock Inlet has seen blues most afternoons and bass into the teens on bucktails in the dark. A few fluke are coming from the back of the inlet during the day on bucktails tipped with Gulp. The back bay areas of both Shinnecock and Peconic are still holding bass and blues, while the ocean beaches are seeing a few blues and bass both east and west of the inlet at dawn and dusk on metals and poppers. The Shinnecock canal is still producing fluke but not many keepers. Cocktail blues come and go, and there have been a few keeper bass at night.



East End Bait & Tackle

June 11, 2018:
Scott over at East End Bait & Tackle in Hampton Bays reported Shinnecock Inlet has seen blues most afternoons and bass into the teens on bucktails in the dark. A few fluke are coming from the back of the inlet during the day on bucktails tipped with Gulp. The back bay areas of both Shinnecock and Peconic are still holding bass and blues, while the ocean beaches are seeing a few blues and bass both east and west of the inlet at dawn and dusk on metals and poppers. The Shinnecock canal is still producing fluke but not many keepers. Cocktail blues come and go, and there have been a few keeper bass at night.



Previous Reports

  • June 4, 2018 Open or Close

    Scott over at East End Bait & Tackle in Hampton Bays reported Shinnecock Canal is seeing a decent amount of fluke with the occasional keeper, along with a few blues and bass at times. Shinnecock Inlet has seen plenty of big bluefish taking mostly tins and some on poppers. Stripers into the teens are taking bucktails on night tides. The ocean beaches have west of the inlet have produced some blues and bass at dawn and dusk.

  • May 28, 2018 Open or Close

    Scott over at East End Bait & Tackle in Hampton Bays reported bass coming from the back bays, the Ponquogue Bridge and the inlet. They are also along the ocean beach west of the inlet and taking swimming plugs and poppers. The Shinnecock Canal is producing some keeper fluke along with plenty of shorts. Some weakfish and stripers are being taken from time to time, while bluefish come and go. The inlet and backside are still producing lots of bluefish up to 15 pounds poppers and metals.

  • May 21, 2018 Open or Close

    Scott over at East End Bait & Tackle in Hampton Bays reported Peconic Bay is full of bunker with huge blues gorging themselves on them. Lots of schoolie bass also on the bunker for those working the bay's shorelines. The Shinnecock Canal has seen a mix of fluke, blowfish, striped bass and bluefish with the best action when the locks are closed or when the current is slow. Shinnecock Inlet has had huge bluefish off the jetties most days taking plugs, tins and bucktails. New hours take effect beginning Memorial Day weekend – Monday to Friday 7 to 6; Saturday 6 to 6 and Sunday 6 to 3. 

  • May 14, 2018 Open or Close

    Scott over at East End Bait & Tackle in Hampton Bays reported the ocean beaches are producing school bass and bluefish on bucktails, tins and soft plastics. Shinnecock Canal has seen a mix of fluke, weakfish, striped bass and bluefish at one time or another on bucktails and soft plastics. The Shinnecock Inlet jetties have had lots of big bluefish the last couple of days, along with a few bass and fluke. Shop hours are weekdays from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., Saturday 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. and 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Sunday.

East End Bait & Tackle

East End Bait & Tackle
170 E. Montauk Hwy
Hampton Bays, NY 11946
phone: 631-728-1744


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East End Bait & Tackle

East End Bait & Tackle
170 E. Montauk Hwy
Hampton Bays, NY 11946
phone: 631-728-1744


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