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Point Lookout
Capt. Al
Capt. Tommy Weiss says it was another very good week with lots of sea bass over 3 pounds and approaching 4 pounds. They have been able to do some drifting which yields more and more fluke every day with fluke to 5 pounds or so. When a fluke like that is caught it will usually win the pool. They see triggerfish now and they get a good shot at the porgies every morning too. Friday (7/14) it blew east, but they sailed with 5 people who had limits of sea bass, fluke to 5 pounds, good porgy action and triggerfish. Saturday they had a full boat and fish was off to a great start with porgies, sea bass and fluke on the local reefs. The weather looks great for the next few days and we are sailing every day from 7AM till 4PM. As always, we don't take reservations, first come first serve.
Sailing full day for sea bass, fluke, ling and whatever else bites at 7 a.m. every day from the East Marina in Point Lookout.

Peconic Star II
Capt. Dave reported on Saturday (7/22) nothing has changed as it was another good week of fishing for porgies and now more sea bass in the mix. They had very good porgy fishing with limits for everybody with the crowds. However they did have more than they expected with the sea bass and some literally approaching 4.5 pounds! Another good week aboard the Peconic Star.
orgy fishing every day 7:30 to 3 p.m.


James Joseph II (631-651-8235): Capt. James Schneider reported fluking during the week continued to be okay and as they approached the new moon of this weekend, things slowed as they picked away on the larger fish on the deep drop offs. They see about a dozen or more keepers per half day trip. The 4:30 trips see cooler breezes and some nice fishing. Good fishing! They are now fishing a new schedule. Porgies and giant sea bass on the 7 a.m. trips and fluke at noon and 4:30. Open boat and no reservations needed. Any additional information can be found on the website at or by calling Capt James at 631-680-8159.