Shinnecock The fluke are beginning to cooperate in the western side of the bay. Wind and tide together are key, gulp, spearing, squid all working. Work the warmer water. Bluefish are near the Ponquogue bridge and the Shinnecock inlet taking diamond jigs, tins and poppers. Fish are in the 10lb range. Striped bass are at the Ponquogue bridge taking soft plastics and plugs. The clam bellie chumming is working well too. Most fish are in the 30" range. Peconic The porgies are at R
Shinnecock The Shinnecock bay and inlet have been producing gorilla bluefish to 15lbs this past week during the day and over at the Ponquogue bridge area the striped bass have been cooperating at night. The bluefish are taking poppers and most tins or diamond jigs and the bass are taking soft plastics along with mag darters and spooks. Fluke are in Bennett's cove inside Cormorant Point. A few fluke have been taken up by buoy nine as well. Best for the fluke is to
Shinnecock The bay has some fluke up in the skinny water where it's warmer. Jigs with gulp or spearing/squid on hi-lo rigs will do the job. A few bluefish falling for tins around the inlet. Schoolie to just keeper bass in the back bay areas taking plugs, sp's and mag darters. These fish are coming to those who put in the time. This bite is by no means hot but the fish are here. Outgoing tides after a sunny day will produce best this time of year. Peconic The porgi
The Shinnecock Canal is filled with plenty of baitfish as well as a few weakfish, fluke, and some sea robins. Striper action in the back bays and shallows has been excellent this past week with more keepers showing up on a daily basis. In the Peconics the porgy bite is growing all around Jessup's Neck and Robins Island. The fluke action hasn't started yet, but with warmer days in the forecast it should be here real quick.