08 June 2013

• Long Island Fishing Report


“Once conditions have settled enough to get back on the water, there is every reason to expect solid action. Water temperatures -- generally about 55 degrees along the South Shore and East End, and hovering around 60 degrees in Long Island Sound -- are ideal for stripers, weaks, fluke and blues.

”That said, anglers could use real baits, brightly colored lures and, perhaps, some added scent products to increase the odds of fish finding their offerings should the water be discolored from runoff and a general stirring.”

Read the full article at this link: Newsday.com


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