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SURF/INSHORE SHOW 9/12

Posted By Fred Golofaro
Location: Long Island Surf
Bass and blues remained rare commodities in most areas, with sharks, fluke, porgies and triggerfish filling in the down time. Montauk remains the exception to the rule, especially where bluefish are concerned. Not a word on bass of any size, but everyone is talking about the abundance of bait around ...

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FIRST ALBIES REPORTED

Posted By Fred Golofaro
Location: Long Island Surf
In what has become a typical summer week – too much heat and humidity cutting down on effort and generally lackluster reports from most areas with Montauk a notable exception. There was also more life on the far west end, with albies and bonito showing up at Breezy Point, and ...

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MONTAUK BEST BET

Posted By Fred Golofaro
Location: Long Island Surf
Montauk continues to look like the best bet for both bass and blues, but there has also been a little bit of life in Moriches and Shinnecock inlets on small bass and blues. Those little bass appear spread all along South Fork beaches, and to a lesser extent along North ...

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EAST IS BEST

Posted By Fred Golofaro
Location: Long Island Surf
Once again this week, if you are looking for a better quality bass or want to bend a rod on bluefish, the eastern inlets and especially Montauk are the places to be. Some cocktail blues have been popping up in Moriches and Shinnecock inlets, while mixed size blues from cocktails ...

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HEAD EAST FOR ACTION

Posted By Fred Golofaro
Location: Long Island Surf
Again this week, your best bet for serious surf action remain the East End as Montauk remains one of the few places you have a reasonable shot at encountering a decent bass or some bluefish. If you’re looking to bend a rod, sharks, rays, fluke, porgies and triggerfish are all ...

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MONTAUK BEST BET

Posted By Fred Golofaro
Location: Long Island Surf
If you’re intent on catching stripers and blues, the Island’s East End is the place to focus your efforts, unless of course you want to head north and join the crowds fishing the Cape Cod Canal where the fishing exploded this week and looked very much like last summer’s wild ...

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BIG BASS HIT BEACH

Posted By Fred Golofaro
Location: Long Island Surf
Montauk enjoyed a shot of quality bass this week with fish into the 40-pound class reported through Friday night from the south side and to a lesser degree from up front under the light. Lots of small bass were reported from a few areas, along with an abundance of sand ...

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BIG BASS HIT BEACH

Posted By Fred Golofaro
Location: Long Island Surf
There was another shot of big bass along the South Fork this week as Southampton anglers found bunker pinned tight to the beach between Coopers Beach and Mecox. Montauk also saw a few big bass fall to casters, highlighted by a 52 pounder from under the light. On the North ...

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BIG BASS HIT BEACH

Posted By Fred Golofaro
Location: Long Island Surf
That body of big bass we referred to last week finally gave casters a shot at them. Early Friday morning, the fish pushed schools of bunker up against the beach near Sagg Main in Southampton and word quickly spread as casters beached numerous fish from the upper teens to 50 ...

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WATCH FOR BUNKER

Posted By Fred Golofaro
Location: Long Island Surf
It was a pretty lackluster week for surf reports in most areas but there was a sprinkling of good news from some areas. The North Shore’s beaches have begun yielding some quality bass on night tides from Cold Spring Harbor to the Northport area, and Shinnecock Inlet has seen a ...

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