Fishing Report

KILLIES ARE IN!! The number one natural bait for fluke is finely here. We also carry a large assortment of bucktails and fluke rigs. Frozen squid both stripped and whole along with local spearing rounds off our fluke baits. Make us your one stop for all your fluking needs both in and off shore… John Yac

Fishing Report

Fluking remains the lions share of the surf bite. These tasty flatties will take a large variety of baits. Bucktail gulp combos is the number one choice but live killie squid combos, killies alone, squid alone and squid tipped bucktails all will work. Crabbing is not on fire yet but getting better by the day… John Yac

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Summer is finely here! With the high heat and humidity in the forecast for the next few days along with the previous ones, summer is starting to take hold. Rising water temperature in the back bay will increase the crab bite for sure. While out front in the ocean, fluke respond well to the warmer water temps. Lets not forget our night time friends (sharks and large rays) who cruse our shallows under the cover of darkness in search of a easy meal. We are hoping to start carrying live killies by the weekend. Give the shop a call before coming… John Yac 

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“CRABS ARE IN” Yes finally, nice keeper size plus crabs off our dock and from our rental boats over the past couple of days. The ocean is showing plenty of life in the bait department, full size bunker in snagging range, schools off small rain fish size baits moving up and down the surf line, both making surf fishing conditions very attractive! The bite remains the same cast of characters, small blues, small bass, black drum and fluke… John Yac

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The bite has slowed down a bit yesterday both out front and back in the bay. The bad weather definitely kept most anglers at home. There is still some black drum, small to keeper bass, and some short fluke in the surf. The bay has some small blues and small bass along with some fluke. Crabbing remains very spotty out back. The forecast for the weekend looks great! We have plenty of fresh clams in the shell, fresh bunker and sand worms, along with frozen mackerel fillets for your nighttime shark adventures… John Yac 

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We are finally going to start out our report today with keeper crabs taken off our dock out back! The report comes from two crabbers on the early AM shift, they started around 4 AM and had a dozen keepers, most of them scooped off the pilings and a few in their pots. This is very encouraging to us for prior to this there was really not much happening. Another newcomer on the fishing scene. King Fish in the IBSP surf in decent numbers yesterday were taking small pieces of clam on small hooks. So while your chasing those black drum and striped bass put out a rod rigged for King Fish and in crease your chances of putting food on the table… John Yac

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The invasion of the black drum continues along the beaches of IBSP. Add to that, a increase in the number of keeper bass landed in the surf over the past few days. Bait choices remain clams for the drum and cut bunker for the bass. Fluke are also starting to make there presence know in the surf, chasing small bucktail jigs tipped with gulp. Remember 2 @ 16″ is ok in IBSP from the sand or jetty only… John Yac

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  • Looking to catch a black drum in the surf? Now may be a good time to give it a shot! More and more clam eating brutes are being taken in the IBSP surf. Fresh clams are the number one choice in bait for those seeking to do battle with these black drum. Blues are still present chasing poppers and swimmers and taking cut bunker. The occasional keeper bass is still around for those dyed in the wool bass guys… John Yac

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Nice to see a few more keeper fluke coming up in the surf. These fish were mostly taken on bucktail/gulp combos. Some large black drum also found their way into the surf bite yesterday and as usual they were taken on clams. There was also a nice, 20 lb. plus keeper bass that found it’s way to a local scale. This fish was taken on a bunker chunk in IBSP… John Yac