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North Shore
Terminal Tackle (631-269-6005): Lots of 1 to 2 pound blues all along the shores up here and the best of it is at Short Beach east of the River. Fish out front, not in the river for this fast action on blues and some schoolie bass. This can pop up any time of the day as well. Closer to Smithtown all the beaches have porgies at Crab Meadow, Callahan’s and Mackamah as long as the top half of either tide is in play as long as the rocks are covered with water.

South Shore
Rockaway Inlet
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urfcasters pick away at kingfish near rock piles and jetties. Although both bluefish and striped bass have temporarily departed the scene, a mix of snappers, blue claws, kingfish and porgies can be had from Canarsie Pier, the 69th Street Pier and local docks and bulkheads. Surf fishermen are doing very well with fluke and kingfish and that's about it.

 

Point Lookout & Jones Beach
Very slow as you would expect, but landlubbers are starting to see snappers and a few blue claws off local bulkheads and docks. out front a few schoolies at first light, but the kingfishing and fluking is superior in the surf right now on clams or bucktails.

Fire Island Inlet|

Surfcasters are finding a mix of cocktail blues, sea robins, small sharks and dogfish off the ocean beaches. A couple of anglers caught the first triggerfish from the Sore Thumb, while local docks feature a mix of snappers, blue claws, blowfish and small sea bass..

 

Moriches & Shinnecock
Bluefish, bluefish and more bluefish is the name of the game. A few bass gave been picked at by patient surfcasters along the open beaches and at the Ponquoge Bridge.

 

Montauk Point / East End Beaches

Some bass have been caught along the south side at night on the plugs, bucktails or eels, but for the most part we are slowly moving in to the summer pattern out here. Lots of bluefish around at times too from the Light along the north side as even the boaters are doing blues on the north side beaches. The open beaches at Gurney's and in town have some schoolies on bucktails as does Ditch Plains.


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