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Point Lookout
Capt. Al
(516-623-2248):
Capt. Tommy Weiss says its been good Tuesday, they picked at blackfish on the reef all day with a few sea bass and porgies mixed in. On the way in we ran across a massive school of feeding stripers and limited the boat out with keeper bass to 25lbs. in one drift! A few bluefish also came over the rails. Wednesday they had okay blackfishing with some larger fish starting to bite. They limited out on stripers on the afternoon segment with fish to 25 pounds. They did not sail Thursday and Friday and on Saturday (11/18) it was nasty, they sailed, a few tog a striper or two and they were home early as it was literally blowing a gale. Sailing full day for blackfish and whatever else bites at 7 a.m. every day from the East Marina in Point Lookout.
There's plenty of room at the rail, most weekdays we're out with only a handful of fares.

Greenport
Peconic Star II
(516-527-1313): Capt. Dave reports they are now done for the season unless you have a group that wants to fish. So if your fishing club can put together 15 to 20 guys they will take you fishing. They wish you all the very best for joyous Thanksgiving. On the web at www.peconicstarboats.com.

Huntington:

James Joseph II (631-651-8235): Capt. James Schneider reported they had a pre-arctic blast bite on Wednesday and Thursday with Thursday very good. Big fish about 8 pounds. They did not sail on Friday but on Veteran's Day 20 anglers braved 24 degree temps and were handsomely rewarded with phenomenal fishing. Nobody was cold on this trip as they had a boat limit and were throwing back 18 to 19 inch fish with pool winner about 8 pounds. They had a dozen over 7 pounds and they chewed real good in this northerly chilly blast. Sunday they had 34 people who caught 70 keeper blackfish and 500 shorts and two dozen sea bass with 10 pound pool winner. Monday a light crowd started in perfect conditions only to have the wind come on with the tide and rough/sloppy conditions in a NE about 20 knots against the tide.  They did finish with 72 keepers and a pool winner about 7 pounds. Blackfish now 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. with both free crabs and clams for bait on the boat. Open boat and no reservations needed. Any additional information can be found on the website at www.jamesjosephfishing.com or by calling Capt James at 631-680-8159.