Fishing Report

Favorable winds, water temperatures starting to fall and schools of bait on the rise. Any surf fisherman worth his salt knows this all spells fish! Keeper bass, blues and albies all have been taking advantage of these improving surf conditions. Swimming plugs, poppers and thin metals all have been working along with mullet, bunker and clams. Don’t let a little rain stop you, that’s why they make rain gear!… John Yac

Fishing Report

Mullet run increases, blues on the feed with the occasional bass mixed in. This is the surf scene right now in a nut shell. A few keeper crabs are still being taken with snapper to small size blues seeming to be everywhere. Fresh mullet, bunker, salted clams and sand worms are all in stock.

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Fishing Report

Today and tomorrow is your last shot at fluke for the 2016 season. But right now some nice keepers 18″ to 20″ are being taken in the surf. Natural baits seem to be doing the ticket on these late season fluke. Live killies, mullet, cut bunker and squid all seem to be doing the trick right now. So if you like eating these tasty fish get up off the couch and now is the time to give it one last shot! … John Yac

Fishing Report

Things are starting to heat up! Slammer blues, keeper bass and nice size fluke all have been taken in the surf the past couple of days. I’m not talking blitz here but a good sign that the fall run is on it’s way. More and more bait has been leaving the bays attracting these fish. Poppers, swimmers, buck tails and metal all will work this time of the year. We have fresh mullet, fresh and salted clams, sand worms, and a full line of frozen bait. So what ever your pleasure we can hook you up! … John Yac

Fishing Report

Small blues and a few small to keeper size fluke are putting a occasional bend in anglers rods in the surf lately. There is still plenty of bait in the back bays yet to start moving out so thing out front remains a bit slow. We have fresh mullet, clams, sand worms along with a full line of frozen baits for your fishing needs. Crabbing and fishing out back is still decent with keeper crabs coming up in the traps and drop lines, snapper to tailor size blues are also available… John Yac

Fishing Report

Nice weather week on tap leading into the first day of fall Thursday. The mullet run remains a trickle so far and when the bait is light the fish are few! Fluke season will come to a close on Sunday Sept 25th so you still have a few day left to chase these great tasting fish. Keeper crabs are still being taken from the dock and rental boats… John Yac

Fishing Report

The mullet run increases! With blues and keeper bass in pursuit! The fall run is far from underway but things are coming into shape nicely. Each day an increasing number of mullet are moving down the beach and more fish seem to finding this conveyer of food. Artificial lures seem to work well during the mullet run, two of the top choices are small swimmers and poppers with metals taking third place. Cut bait, especially cut mullet is hot this time of year with bunker and clams coming in second. Crabs are still being taking out back but just not in large numbers. Snapper to cocktail size blues and some small bass are also chasing baits and lures… John Yac

Fishing Report

Not many surf fisherman taking advantage of these good conditions right now, with bait starting to build and some blues and local bass starting their chase things are slowly coming together. Lets not forget we still have over a week left in the fluking season there is still plenty of time to put some of those tasty fillets on your table! Crabbers are still picking some nice keepers but expect to put in some time to put a catch together. Along with the snappers out back we have some small bass mixed in… John Yac

Fishing Report

Another good looking day! Fluke, blues and albies showing up when you least expect them are what’s on tap in the surf right now. All your usual artificial tactics will work on these fish, but it never hurts to have some natural baits along for the ride just to cover all the bases… John Yac

Fishing Report

Signs of life along our beaches! Fluke as usual in the closing days of the season always seem to turn on, add to that small to medium blues and some small bass have been reported in IBSP. The icing on the cake though are a few false albacore being taken in the surf yesterday! Crabbing remains slow but catches of keepers are possible if you put in the time… John Yac