Fishing Report

We can take a breath from the crows of the holiday weekend and enjoy a little more elbow room in our favorite fishing spots. But remember it’s still summer vacation time and with good weather forecasted expect to find a few extra people even during the week. Fluke fishing is improving by the day along our beaches and in the inlets. IBSP’s 2 fluke at 16″ as part of your 5 fish bag limit is almost insuring a fish dinner for those willing to try fluking. It should be time for the night time shark bite to get underway in IBSP. Crabbing remains good and small snappers are starting to show in the bay… John Yac

Fishing Report

Happy 4th of July! Thanks to our military for the great freedoms we enjoy in this country today. Today’s weather may not be as bad after all, but keep that rain gear close by. Fluke fishing in our area both in the surf and bay around the BB and BI buoys remains steady. Buck tail gulp combos along with kellie squid combos are accounting for the lion’s share of fish. Crabbing is in high gear with nice catches coming off our dock and rental boats… John Yac

Fishing Report

The storm has moved off and the day should be quite fishable. Small to keeper size fluke continue to be the surf action right now. Add to that a few small blues just to keep you on your toes. Don’t forget the 2 fluke at 16″ allowed in IBSP, this makes bringing home some tasty fillets just a little bit easier. Crabbing is kicking into high gear with nice catches coming off our dock and rental boats. Today is July 1st and a new month begins for our “Weigh-Ins Wanted” contest. Each month the heaviest fish taken from the SURF ONLY and weighed in at our shop will win a $50.00 store gift card. June’s winner is Devyn Streisel with her 9.65 lb. blue. Congratulations! Devyn… John Yac

Fishing Report

Picture perfect day! No weekend crowds, great surf conditions. Fluking in IBSP is steady and the inlets both north and south of us are also producing some nice fish. Buck tail gulp combos or live kellie squid combos are the best way to catch these tasty critters… John Yac

Fishing Report

We might have dodged a bullet this morning as far as the rain is concerned but later on in the day we’re not going to be so lucky. Fluke fishing in IBSP continues to be steady with anglers not only taking advantage of the 2 fish at 16″ but coming up with some 4 plus lb. fish in the mix. Some blues here and there with word of a few snappers also showing up. Crabbing is coming into it’s own with nice catches off our dock and rental boats… John Yac

Fishing Report

Possible rain gear day later. On the brighter side, less bathers where they don’t belong and the fair weather fisherman won’t leave their couches. There are some nice fluke being taken in IBSP with the inlet still producing small blues on certain tides. Crabbing yesterday was in high gear out back off our dock and on our rental boats. Buck tail gulp combos lead the baits on the fluke side while cut bunker will attract the blues. It doesn’t hurt to also have a clam baited rod, you never know when that elusive striped bass may pass by… John Yac

Fishing Report

Crabs have invaded our dock this morning! Large catches of keeper size plus crabs found their way into the pots that were being fished from the dock this morning. This may be the start of the summer time crab blitz’s we have been experiencing for the past couple of years both from the dock and our rental boats. So if crabbing is your thing and you enjoy eating these tasty critters now is the time to come on down!… John Yac

Fishing Report

Sorry for the late report, but last night’s storm played havoc on our server. But today is a new day and a picture perfect one at that. With a afternoon high tide and NNW winds fishing the beach should be a enjoyable experience. Fluke are increasing in numbers daily and blues are still in and out. Crabbing off our dock is becoming steady and our rental boats are doing well also. No blitz by any means but our crabbers are walking away satisfied… John Yac

Fishing Report

Nice start to the day but a possible storm later according to most forecasts. The fluke bit has improved both in the inlets and along the beaches with some nice keepers coming up in IBSP. Buck tail Gulp combos seems to be the bait of choice while kellie squid combos are running a close second. Still some blues around falling to cut baits, poppers and metals. Crabbing out back is not bad with decent catches going to those willing to put in some time… John Yac

Fishing Report

Picture perfect day for crabbing or fishing or maybe a little of both! Fluke fishing is starting to heat up somewhat with the blues remain in the mix in most locations. With the weekend anglers gone picking a good spot becomes less of a challenge. So grab your gear, pick up some bait and hit the beach… John Yac

P.S. >>>> Remember our WEIGH-INS WANTED program, where each month the heaviest fish taken from the BEACH ONLY and weighed in at our shop will win a $50.00 store gift card!