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October 12, 2020 - 10:09:37

Capt. Dave Brennan of the Peconic Star Fleet reports he is now finished for the season and would like to thank everyone that sailed with them this year. Fortunately, the porgies chewed their heads off right until the three toots of the horn on the last day. Capt. Dave and his crew would like to wish all Fisherman readers and their families and happy and healthy holiday season.

October 05, 2020 - 09:48:29

Capt. Dave Brennan of the Peconic Star Fleet reports with the exception of a picky bite due the strong moon tides during the week, porgies remain solid less than an hour from the dock and will certainly remain that way right through the boats last trip of the season which will next Monday, October 12th . Therefore make sure to come on out and fill the freezer beforehand.

September 28, 2020 - 09:33:13

Capt. Dave Brennan of the Peconic Star Fleet in Greenport reports porgy fishing remains exceptionally good despite the hard blow this week. Dave has always been known to put fares over fat hungry porgies in the gusty northeast winds. The boat leaves the dock at 7:30 A.M. daily and most anglers are close to their limit most days before 9:30 A.M. Sea bass are mixed in to spice things up. Please note that the boat will stop sailing for the remainder of the season on October 12. Therefore make sure to come on out and fill the freezer beforehand.

September 21, 2020 - 12:38:55

Capt. Dave Brennan of the Peconic Star Fleet reports porgies continue to fill buckets and coolers with ease, along with quite a few nice quality sea bass, and triggerfish. Please note that the boat will stop sailing for the remainder of the season on October 12. Therefore make sure to come on out and fill the freezer beforehand.

September 14, 2020 - 09:37:39

Capt. Dave Brennan of the Peconic Star Fleet in Greenport reports the scup bite remains lock and load with everyone achieving their limits of nice scup, with plenty of nice sea bass and triggerfish mixing in. Please note that the boat will stop sailing for the remainder of the season on October 12. Therefore make sure to come on out and fill the freezer beforehand.

September 08, 2020 - 09:31:27

Capt. Dave Brennan of the Peconic Star Fleet in Greenport reports the great action with porgies, nice sea bass, triggerfish and mackerel continues. Fares have no problem getting their limits of scup. Lock and load is the mode. Please note that the boat will stop sailing for the remainder of the season on October 12. Therefore make sure to come on out and fill the freezer beforehand.

August 31, 2020 - 10:10:17

Capt. Dave Brennan of the Peconic Star Fleet in Greenport reports good porgy fishing continues with full boat limits along with by-catches of sea bass, triggerfish, bluefish, mackerel, and an occasional fluke here and there. Please note that the porgy allotment has now increased to 50 per angler and sea bass increased to seven per man.

August 24, 2020 - 11:10:55

Capt. Dave Brennan of the Peconic Star Fleet reports another fine week on the porgy grounds along with a mix of sea bass, triggerfish, mackerel, and an occasional fluke. The bite was a little tough following the weekend storm but bounced back to normal by mid-week and carried right through the weekend. Plenty of action and full coolers, come on put.

August 17, 2020 - 10:22:51

Capt. Dave Brennan of the Peconic Star Fleet reports yet another fantastic week on the porgy grounds as many days have seen early returns to the dock with easy boat limits. There were many more sea bass with some limits mixing with the scup along with an occasional triggerfish and fluke as well. Now is the time, come on out.

August 10, 2020 - 18:40:53

Capt. Dave Brennan of the Peconic Star Fleet in Greenport reports no novel needed as quite simply, porgy fishing remains as good as it gets with full boat limits just about every day. Mixed in with the scup are sea bass, mackerel, fluke, triggerfish, and bluefish to keep things exciting. Come on out while the weather is refreshing.

103 3rd Street
Greenport, NY 11944
phone: 631-875-2631

The Peconic Star Fleet sails from Greenport, which is located 24 miles east of Riverhead and 7 miles west of Orient Point. Berthed at The Railroad Dock on 3rd Street, the vessel is located only steps away from Long Island Railroad's historic Greenport Station Maritime Museum and the Shelter Island Ferry's North Terminal. Sailing for doormat fluke, huge porgies, striped bass, sea bass, bluefish and all other species in season, they are at the heart of one of the most prolific fishing areas on the north fork of Long Island. Comprised of the North Fork's largest, fastest and most modern super cruisers, the Peconic Fleet is equipped with the latest state of the art navigation and communication gear, radar, sonar, fishfinders, safety equipment and personal conveniences. Their boats also boast dynamic sound systems that provide quality background music for optimal fun and relaxation. Adding to all of this are galleys offering tasty snacks and ice cold beverages, heated cabins for the cooler days, and spacious sundecks for unsurpassed views of the fabulous scenery. Many consider the Peconic Star Fleet as the most innovative party boat fleet on Long Island. After sailing with the Peconic Star Fleet, you’re sure to agree that there are no finer fishing vessels around. Don't forget the camera, and if you don't fish, come along for a delightful ride and enjoy the scenic delights of Long Island's last outpost of natural beauty.