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Well as you may have heard after 24-1/2 years on WGBB 1240AM radio, the Fishing Line Radio Program has parted ways with what has become an absolute terrible radio station. We will now start live streaming and broadcasting our weekly show on our Face book page at https://www.facebook.com/The-Fishing-Line-2145518435711888/ and we'll keep doing it at 4 p.m. on Saturdays as we always have. Hope you'll join us for it this Saturday!! We'll be able to take your messages, texts and e mails for shout outs since we have no time restrictions any more.

Rockaway Inlet & NY Bight
Despite our windy, cold weather that enveloped the east coast most of this past week, striped bass and blackfish remain cooperative. Schoolie bass are in the suds along the ocean beaches from Montauk to Breezy Point for surfcasters using bucktails and diamond jigs for fast and furious catch and release fishing. An occasional keeper in the mix only makes the trip sweeter. Boaters are not finding any larger bass unless they are trolling bunker spoons or mojor rigs from Atlantic Beach westward, especially near Rockaway Reef where a school of bunker has taken up residence or in the middle of channels where the first herring of the season have been caught. Porgies and sea bass, alas, have departed to wrecks 20 to 40 miles offshore.

Jones & Deb's Inlets
Despite our windy, cold weather that enveloped the east coast most of this past week, striped bass and blackfish remain cooperative. The best black fishing by far is off Fisher’s Island and any rocky area near Montauk. Those anglers trekking to Block Island are finding a few codfish mixed with the tog weighing up to 9 pounds. Schoolie bass are in the suds along the ocean beaches from Montauk to Breezy Point for surfcasters using buck tails and diamond jigs for fast and furious catch and release fishing. An occasional keeper in the mix only makes the trip sweeter. Boaters are not finding any larger bass unless they are trolling bunker spoons or major rigs from Atlantic Beach westward, especially near Rockaway Reef where a school of bunker has taken up residence or in the middle of channels where the first herring of the season have been caught. Porgies and sea bass, alas, have departed to wrecks twenty to forty miles offshore.

Fire Island Inlet / Great South Bay / Moriches
Looks like this season is coming to a much earlier than anticipated close??  Despite our windy, cold weather that enveloped the east coast most of this past week, striped bass and blackfish remain cooperative. The best black fishing by far is off Fisher’s Island and any rocky area near Montauk. Those anglers trekking to Block Island are finding a few codfish mixed with the tog weighing up to 9 pounds. Schoolie bass are in the suds along the ocean beaches from Montauk to Breezy Point for surfcasters using buck tails and diamond jigs for fast and furious catch and release fishing. An occasional keeper in the mix only makes the trip sweeter. Boaters are not finding any larger bass unless they are trolling bunker spoons or mojo rigs from Atlantic Beach westward, especially near Rockaway Reef where a school of bunker has taken up residence or in the middle of channels where the first herring of the season have been caught. Porgies and sea bass, alas, have departed to wrecks twenty to forty miles offshore.

Shinnecock Inlet Through Montauk

Despite our windy, cold weather that enveloped the east coast most of this past week, striped bass and blackfish remain cooperative. The best black fishing by far is off Fisher’s Island and any rocky area near Montauk. Those anglers trekking to Block Island are finding a few codfish mixed with the tog weighing up to 9 pounds. Schoolie bass are in the suds along the ocean beaches from Montauk to Breezy Point for surfcasters using bucktails and diamond jigs for fast and furious catch and release fishing. An occasional keeper in the mix only makes the trip sweeter. Boaters are not finding any larger bass unless they are trolling bunker spoons or mojo rigs from Atlantic Beach westward, especially near Rockaway Reef where a school of bunker has taken up residence or in the middle of channels where the first herring of the season have been caught. Porgies and sea bass, alas, have departed to wrecks twenty to forty miles offshore.

 

    

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