Shinnecock Bay: The fluke bite has been very spotty; but there have been a few good fish weighed in this week coming from the west side of the bay. Most are being caught on Gulp!.Best to target the shallow water areas and flats where the water has had a chance to warm a bit. Try jigging light bucktails tipped with spear, squid or gulp. Peconic Bay: Porgies are being taken from Jessup's Neck and the Greenlawns. The inlets and creeks all around Peconic are holding plenty of bait. The small inlets are still producing plenty of schoolie bass. Some of the regular night spots have seen a few larger fish.
Ocean: The fluke have not shown up here either; however there have been many and BIG seabass caught by the people looking for fluke. Seabass opens June 27th, 3 fish at 15".
Shinnecock inlet: Bluefish have been there for 2 weeks now tearing up everyone's gear. The stripers have been showing up at night. Live baits, preferably live bunker have been best targeting the trophy size fish that moved in earlier in the week. Some seabass were caught in there as well along with a few fluke.
Blow fish showed up and are tearing up everyone's bait. The bluefish are running through when the locks are open. The fluke bite is extremely slow.
Ponquogue Bridge: The stripers are stacked up here as well. The clam chummers are doing well with an occational keeper in the mix. The night tides have seen the larger fish feed on swimming plugs and rubber baits. A few fluke have been caught on the floating dock too.