Fishing Report

Typical August weather, hazy, hot and humid! You will find some relief from this weather at the beach of course. While there cooling off, grab your rod, tie on a 3/4 to 1 oz. buck tail tipped with a 4″ swimming mullet by gulp and give those flatties a try. Remember IBSP fluke regulations from the beach is 2 fish at 16″, dinner for two! Any other location you have to deal with 3 fish at 18″. Crabbing remains a pick… John Yac

Fish Report

The surf is a lot more fishable then it has been for the past several days. Rain gear is in order for today. The fishing report really hasn’t changed, fluke and snapper blues by day, rays and sharks by night. The bay also remains the same, slow crabbing but still plenty of snapper blues… John Yac

Fishing Report

The best daytime surf action continues to be in IBSP. Fluking in the cuts and holes in the area of the inlet is producing some nice keeper fluke. Once again gulp leads the way, but fishing live baits like snapper blues will also attract these great eating flatties. You can find these snappers just about anywhere along the surf in our area. The bay report remains the same, crabbing slow, snapper blues with occasional larger bluefish roaming the docks and bulkheads… John Yac

Fishing Report

Surf guys are picking some nice fluke, not a ton, but when you find their ambush points you usually hook up with a decent keeper. Buck tails, weights to match surf conditions, tipped with matching color gulp, are out fishing all other methods. The surf is loaded with all size snappers chasing small baitfish. Small metals on light tackle is the way to go. Crabbing is still slow in the bay… John Yac

Fishing Report

On and off rain will keep fair weather fisherman home today! With more room on the beach to move around your odds on scoring keeper fluke will definitely increase. Along with those fluke, schools of large snappers are moving in and out of the surf zone. Reports of some sharks showing up by day in IBSP. Crabbing remains the chore of weeding through all those shorts to put a catch together. Still plenty of snapper blues in mixed sizes out back… John Yac

Fishing Report

More good weather and the fishing is also not so  bad. Nice fluke in the surf and the action only gets better the closer you get to the inlet. Gulp or live killies squid combos or just killies alone are doing the trick. Reports of more and more kingfish being taken in IBSP on small pieces of clam or fishbites, the artificial blood worm scented bait that won’t come off your hook! Night tides are still producing brown sharks and rays. Crabbing remains slow but snapper blues are plentiful… John Yac

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Fishing Report

Beautiful weather, some nice fish around in the surf, what more can a surf fisherman ask for. Nice keeper size fluke are being taken in the cuts on gulp and strip baits. Nice size snappers seem to be all over, not those tiny guys, some good eating ones. Rays still are gliding by and some larger blues and the occasional bass can be taken from the jetty. Crabbing remains slow!… John Yac

Fishing Report

Fluke in the surf are growing in size and numbers. Snapper blues are also thick. Sharking at night has slowed. That sums up the surf happens at the moment. Crabbing in the bay remains a slow pick with a lot of shorts chewing up your baits while snappers seem to be everywhere… John Yac

FYI >>> IBSP >>> Access to the jetty is now open!!

Fishing Report

Rain, Rain Go Away! Radar is showing this wet mess moving out fully by 9 AM and the remainder of the day today thru Sunday looks to be sunny. Sound good just hope they are right for a change. More of the same, blues and fluke by day, sharks and rays by night. Crabbing is so so with still plenty of small snappers around… John Yac

Fishing Report

Fishing remains the same despite the crazy weather! Storms passing thru in and out of our area the past few days had no visible effect on the fishing. Blues are still moving in and out of our inlets and running the nearby beaches. Fluke are ambushing bait in the cuts, but getting to these blues and fluke you have to first get by the schools of cow nose rays cruising our beaches right now. Crabbing in the bay remains a matter of weeding through a ton of shorts to put a catch together. Snappers are still keeping kids and adults alike busy… John Yac