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Point Lookout
Capt. Al
Capt. Tommy Weiss says fishing this past week has been super with very good porgy fishing in the mornings, then sea bass and some great fluke catches this week too with fish to 6 pounds! When they can drift it's been super for fluke and sea bass, when the winds blow and they have to fish on anchor and make some moves you can pick away at the fish and get some full buckets. Lots of ling in the with the sea bass too. On Saturday (7/21) in hard east winds they got their fannies kicked and had enough fish to "get by with" is how it was described. Another successful outing Thursday as sea bass, porgies, ling and fluke were caught in good numbers. The fluke was off a little due to an extremely slow drift for most of the day but we did manage a handful of keepers and several dozen shorts. Bouncing bucktails and sea robin strips along the bottom works great if you only want to catch big sea bass and fluke. Green Gulp Bait also works well on the larger fish. We will be sailing every day from 7am till 4pm. from the East Marina in Point Lookout, Long Island at 7 a.m. for SEA BASS, ling, cod, whiting and fluke. No reservations needed just come down there's plenty of room for all.

Peconic Star
(631- 289-6899):
The Peconic Star reported on Saturday (7/21) they were off Montauk in east winds at 25 and they were rocking and rolling but catching a load, and we mean a load of giant porgies and they were flying over the rail. Very, very rough but awesome fishing. They see some fluke and some giant sea bass in the catches as well all week and leading in to this weekend the porgy fishing all week was fantastic with everybody limiting out and then some as they are throwing back tons of porgies too. They sail 7:30 to 3 pm for porgies! On the web at www.peconicstarboats.com.


James Joseph II
Capt. James Schneider says the 7 a.m. porgy trips have been super and on all week too. Friday they hit some blackfish wrecks and loaded up on sea bass to 4.5 pounds with some porgies but the sea bassing was excellent. The noon and 4:30 fluke trips have been decent with awesome size fish. It was blowing 30 from the east on Saturday (7/21) so they hit the target rock area and had 33 people with 18 fluke of 4 to 7.5 pounds with two over 7 and five over 5! They are now sailing the 7 a.m. trip for giant porgies and sea bass with the noon and 4:30 trips still fluking. The charters have been hammering away at bass in the mid teen teens to high 20's class fish. Good chunking every day and sometimes three charters per day! Any additional information can be found on the website at www.jamesjosephfishing.com.