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South Shore Marine Supply

July 16, 2018:
Drew at South Shore Marine Supply in Massapequa said the Cholera has good numbers of keeper flatties and sea bass. The Hempstead Reef has nice sea bass action but not quite as good as the Cholera. The Jones Beach Fishing Piers are holding good numbers of flatties but most are shorts. The State Channel at the Amity Cut saw some decent fluke activity as well.



Previous Reports

  • July 9, 2018 Open or Close

    Drew at South Shore Marine Supply in Massapequa said he went out earlier in the week and searched for summer flatties. The results were one keeper and a bunch of shorts. Sharks have been found offshore. Tiger sharks have been sighted 14 miles past the inlet and Threshers have been encountered 3 to 4 miles out and are being enticed with frozen and live lined bunker. Bass remain at local bridges and there is basically no action on the outside, Sea bass and ling are active on the outside areas such as the Hempstead Reef and the AB Reef. Small cocktail blues have been taken in the back bays and some small snappers have been seen in the canals and docks. Small yellowfin tuna have been found 9 miles out near the Cholera.

  • July 2, 2018 Open or Close

    Drew and the staff at South Shore Marine Supply in Massapequa said there are good numbers of summer flatties in the back bays. A few bass at the bridges are responding to clams and chum. Along the Hempstead Reef anglers saw a good start to the sea bass season. Fluke that traveled to the outside can be found at the McAlister Grounds.

  • June 18, 2018 Open or Close

    The staff at South Shore Marine Supply in Massapequa told me sharks have made their presence known. Threshers are still two to three miles off Long Beach and makos are 25 miles out. A customer bagged two makos during the week. Fluke remain in the back bays but are being elusive. Bass are leaving Breezy Point and moving east. Scup and sea bass are in good numbers at local reefs and wrecks. A handful of sea bass were found at local bridges. Blues are all over.

  • June 11, 2018 Open or Close

    The staff at South Shore Marine Supply in Massapequa told me the best fluking is in the back bays, while bass action is good to the west and along local bridges. Some Threshers are still hanging around the waters two miles off Long Beach.

South Shore Marine Supply

South Shore Marine Supply
4108 Merrick Road
Massapequa, NY 11758
phone: 516-557-2510


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