02 August 2015

• Long Island Fishing Report

“It was a great start to what would ultimately be a fine but short, two-hour tour. Looking over the gunwale, the reason for the bite seemed obvious: Thick pods of silvery spearing and sand eels were milling about from the surface down as deep as we could view.

”As we paddled back to the rip for a third drift, 3- to 5-pound bluefish began scattering the bait across the surface while terns and seagulls dive-bombed from above. It was noon on the hottest, muggiest day of the year during the worst possible tide and the waters of Long Island Sound were alive and well.….”

Please visit this link to read the full article: NewsDay

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