18 October 2013

• Fishing Report: Striped Bass Can Be Found…On Long Island’s South Shore

But… “Over on the North Shore, striper action is still hard to come by at most ports, but blackfishing and sea bass have really picked up the slack…the 'tog have been hitting well in 20- to 40-foot depths off most prominent points as well as Caumsett State Park.

”For the sea biscuits…suggested trying the bar a little to the east of the Eatons Neck brush piles. Porgy and sea bass fishing has also been super at Port Jefferson, Mattituck, Orient Point, Greenport and Robins Island in Peconic Bay.”

Read the full article at this link: Newsday.com

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