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Fishing has been good in Jamaica Bay some days but I took a skunking
Saturday (4/16). However in
Little neck Bay has been pretty darn good. Monday and Tues Dave said the
fishing was off the hook in hard south winds. He had super fishing and then
again on Thursday & Friday and in these four days he had over 60 fish. He
had a handful of keepers to 14 pounds with 90% shorts, but of the shorts
many are 24 to 26 inch fish and some 10 inchers mixed in.
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Dave W. / Valley Stream, NY
Fishing has been good in Jamaica Bay some days but Dave from Valley Stream
had a skunking Saturday (4/16). However in Little neck Bay has been pretty
darn good. Monday and Tues Dave said the fishing was off the hook in hard south winds.
He had super fishing and then again on Thursday & Friday and in these four days he had over 60
fish. He had a handful of keepers to 14 pounds with keepers to 14 pounds
caught with 90% shorts, but of the shorts many are 24 to 26 inch fish and
some 10 inchers mixed in.
Surfcasters are joining in on the action when the wind is right off the
Staten Island beaches.
Responding to higher water temperatures and sun-drenched days, striped bass
are roaming the shorelines of Staten Island and New Jersey and congregating.
Anglers are finding the best action starting around sunset when the fish
respond to chunking bunker. Flounder have been caught on sand and
bloodworms and plenty of chum near Floyd Bennett Field and off the
Roundhouse, but to nail two keepers you’ll have to “put in your time.” To
make any piscatorial adventure more interesting, be aware that both dogfish
and sand sharks are now breeding; the wisest course of action is try another
Point Lookout &Jones Beach
Striped bass, nearly all
schoolies, are in both inlets that are also infested with dogfish hungry for
clam bellies, too. The back bays are alive with schoolies taken on bunker
and clam with one landlubber nailing a keeper bass from the Bay Park
bulkhead. And the flounder dam has burst: one keeper flounder was finally
caught from local waters.
Fire Island Inlet|
Surfcasters on the western end of Great South Bay are encountering dogfish
after dogfish, while a few cocktail blues and schoolies are at the eastern
end. Flounder are off the OBI Dock and in the West Channel inhaling bloodworms; Dick Kissel weighed in a 3.2 pound
flattie to impress the multitude.
Moriches & Shinnecock
Montauk Point / East End Beaches