Fishing Report

Last so called weekend of the summer so let’s make the best of it! Larger sized blue fish have moved into the surf along with the nice keeper size fluke that most anglers have been after. So break out your poppers and larger sized metals.The shark bit at night in IBSP is still on. Crabbing is still a work in progress and keepers are still being caught if you are willing to work through all those shorts. Bottom fishing in the bay both from our dock and boats remains good with blow fish, snapper blues, spots and king fish all increasing in size.   John Yac

Fishing Report

Tired of catching sharks and skates in IBSP at night? Why no cash in on some good end of season fluke fishing. There is some larger fish in the wash now and the bucktail gulp combo fished with a teaser of your choice is still the number one way to go. Snapper blues seem to be everyware and catching them and useing them for fluke bait has produced some nice large fluke both in the inlets and along the beaches. Crabbing in the bay still requires some working at bottom fishing is still holding it’s own.  John Yac

Fishing Report

This early weather will pass! The wind will be NE for most of the day and may just move in some bait to kick up things a bit. Still some nice fluke being taken along the shore line mixed with small blues. We were told a few sharks have been showing up in the light of day also. Night time shark bite on cut bunker has been steady in IBSP. Crabbing and fishing remains the same in the bay as I have been reporting.    John Yac

Fishing Report

Good Morning! Its going to be a super beach day so come on down. The ocean is giving up some nice keeper fluke, some small blues and short bass. Bucktail jigs tipped with gulp, squid or snapper blue filets will do the trick on the flatties, just walk and cast to likely looking spots along the surf line. The blues and small bass are taking sand eel style metals, ava’s, deadly dicks and T-Hex to name a few. Sharks in IBSP are still chomping on bunker chunks at night! Crabbing in the bay is a hit and miss afair right now the game is find where the keepers are among all those shorts. Fishing on the other hand is keeping anglers busy both from shore and boat. Snapper blues seem to be all over while spot, croakers and king fish are also present. Nice size blow fish still roam the BB and BI buoy areas along with some good size fluke being caught south of the buoys twards the inlet. We have fresh bunker, clams and sand worms along with our large frozen selection including clam chum.  John Yac

Fishing Report

It’s the time of the year when the daily fishing and crabbing report begins to sound like a broken record. One more time, another hot summer day great beach weather and should you find yourself at the waters edge cooling off and you happen to have a fishing pole in your hand why not give those fluke and small blues a shot. All the usual methords will work both bait and artificals. Crabbing in the bay is slow while fishing remains good. John Yac

Fishing Report

Another great day, we sure are counting down to fall it will be here before you know it. The beach report remains the same, small blues and some keeper fluke by day and brown sharks by night. Crabbing in the bay is a working situation you must weed through a bunch of small crabs to put together a decent catch. Bottom fishing is good, spot and snappers are just about all over while blow fish and fluke are still being caught in the deeper waters around the BB and BI buoys. We have fresh bunker and fresh and salted clams. In our frozen bait selection we have LOCAL spearing along with our full line of frozen baits

John Yac

Fishing Report

Looks like another great day! The fishing seems to be in a holding pattern right now so it may be a good time to start fishing as if it was early fall just to possibly get something going. I mean break out those mullet rigs and fish some mullet in the surf and while you have your rods spiked you can start plugging with some sand eel type lures, needlefish, deadly dicks and ava’s to mention a few. Crabbing in the bay is is a working game right now and possibly for the next two weeks, the crabs seem to be in a major shedding mode and weeding through many shorts to come up with a few keepers is the norm. Snapper blues are all over along with spot, king fish and blowfish.  John Yac

 

Fishing Report

Perfect day today! So come on down and hit the beach or bay your choice. Great mid day incoming tide coupled with a north west wind will produce some good conditions. Still some small blues in the surf along with some nice keeper fluke to keep you going. Crabbing in the bay is still steady.  John Yac

Fishing Report

Yesterday’s storm really shut things down, so no real word from the beach. The crabbing from our part of the bay is still producing more shorts than keepers right now, but a stick to it attitude will still bring you a catch for the table. Bottom fishing in the bay is steady with spot and snappers leading the way. King fish and blow fish along with fluke are being caugh in the same areas around the BB and BI buoys.  John Yac

Fishing Report

We seem to stuck in a summer time holding pattern. The usual catches of fluke and small blues are available to those willing to put in the time by day. Nights are still producing a pick of sharks and rays and once in a while a short to keeper size bass will apear. Crabbing seems to be picking up in the bay while snapper and spots seem to be all over. Blow fishing at the BB, BI buoys has slowed down. Reports of a few keeper size fluke along with small blue fish just south of the buoys are coming in.  John Yac