No excuse! We have fish in our area, so why aren’t you fishing? The past few days has produced bass to 30 lbs. and a few medium to large size bluefish. Cut bunker and clams top the bait list, while SP style swimming plugs and metals will cover your artificial needs. We have everything you need including live eels, so stop by to get your baits along with the latest fishing reports in our area… John Yac
North west winds today should bring better surf conditions. Things are starting to clean up after the latest NE blow. Keeper bass were being taken yesterday in IBSP on clams and cut bunker. Holding bottom with bait proved to be a bit challenging but not impossible. I gave it a shot yesterday myself just to see what was up and I pulled a keeper out on a bunker chunk. Were still a bit early and the main body of fish has not arrived yet. Don’t be lazy and wait for your buddy to call, get out there and check things out for yourself.
New Arrivals!! >>> We now stock the new smaller SP Minnows. Come on in and check them out… John Yac
Remember the fish are already wet! Yes, rain gear needed today and tomorrow according to the forecast. But easterly winds and rain don’t seem to bother the fish much just the fisherman. The bite remains the best at dusk, through the night and at first light. Swimming plugs and metals will suit you fine as lure selection goes. Cut bunker and clams are working well for the bait guys. More and more keepers are being taken daily and November once again seems to be the target month!… John Yac
Cold nights should bring hot action soon! Water temperatures are slowly falling thanks to the cooler nights and favorable wind directions. These conditions should jump start the bass bite in our area. A few nice bass have found there way to local scales falling to cut bunker and swimming shad style lures. Low light and first light remains the more productive times of the day to score with these fish. Fresh bunker, fresh clams, sand worms and live eels are waiting for you, so stop in get your bait and what ever else you may need for a great day of fishing… John Yac
The easterly winds have brought a few keeper bass to the local scales yesterday and early this AM. The majority of the fish taken were on cut bunker. But live eels and clams are always go to baits this time of year. If you are having a hard time finding fresh bunker in our area, stop by the shop, we have all you want!… John Yac
Feels like fall, but that’s a good thing. With cooling air temperatures along with dropping water temperatures and add to that plenty of bait, these three factors should increase the bass bite in our area. Not much doing on daylight tides right now but low light and first light is a different matter. Small to keeper size bass are falling to cut baits and SP style swimming plugs. This bite is no blitz by any means but a good indication that the fish are moving into our area… John Yac
Shop News!! >>> Come in and check out the new Penn “CLASH” reels. They are real honeys! and sure to become a hot reel with serious fisherman.
A change in wind direction today may increase the bite! The north winds today should bring a increase in the shore bite. Water temps are around 60 degrees but that should drop some with the wind shift the next two days. Small blues and small to keeper size bass are still in and out of the surf line depending on the bait present. Cut bunker and clams will cover your bait requirements while swimming plugs and metals should cover your artificial bait needs. Live eels, sand worms, fresh clams and green crabs cover our live bait selections. Fresh bunker and fresh frozen mullet are also available… John Yac
Yesterday afternoon sure didn’t feel like fall with air temps in the mid 70’s and bright sun. But do not despair, check your calendars the fall run of fish is still coming, we will see some nice fish making their way to the scales with surf and boat anglers hot in pursuit. For now small blues and shad are in and out of the surf line chasing rain fish. The night tides and also at first light are producing some small bass both on clams and swimming plugs. Remember we will have live eels, sand worms, and green crabs from now through the end of the season… John Yac
All the stars are in place! Surf conditions, water temps, and tons of bait all spell feeding fish on a fall migration. So where are all these fish exactly? Just ask the boat guys, they are trolling them, jigging them and the ever popular snag and drop method are all taking place just off shore way out of reach of the shore bound angler. But don’t despair, it’s early in the run and all we need is for these schools of larger baits to move in within casting distance or another sand eel invasion as we experienced a few years back and bingo, off to the races we go!… John Yac
Hot sales to check out at our shop!! >>> Tony Maja trolling gear, including a full line of his spoons! >>> Selected Penn and Shimano reel blow outs with free line spool ups of your choice!
Some surf caught keeper bass finding their way to the scales the last few days! Keeper size bass have been falling to swimming plugs at and before first light. There is tons of minnow size bait right now in the surf, so small swimmers and thin metals are the ticket. Still plenty of small blues also in the mix. GREEN CRABS are in! We now carry 9ers umbrella rigs and replacement hooks and baits. Trolling season is here and we have a couple of outstanding sales to get you going… John Yac
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