Fishing Report

Everyone enjoy your Labor Day Weekend. Stay safe, relax and if you happen to find yourself near any water, always bring a rod or two. Fishing remains a mixed bag this time of year so don’t lock yourself into one method, switch up your lure selections and natural baits. This will give you a better chance at hooking up. Small to medium blues and striped bass, fluke, mackerel, bonito and blackfish are all available depending on your location. Enjoy!… John Yac

Fishing Report

The rough surf of the past several days has pretty much shut down the surf bite completely. We may bounce back some Thursday and Friday with a shift in wind direction as forecasted but we just have to wait and see. The bay is on the quiet side also, snapper blues some blowfish and a slow crab bite sums things up… John Yac

Fishing Report

Fall like weather today! Brisk cool mornings remind us of things to come, birds diving on schools of bait, wales breaching and spraying bait in every possible direction and lets not forget slammer blues and cow size striped bass on their fall migration feed. If that doesn’t get your blood pumping, you may want to try a different sport. Meanwhile, snapper and cocktail blues, fluke, bonito and Spanish mackerel are all present in the surf. Crabbing off our dock and rental boats remains a work in progress… John Yac

Fishing Report

More or less the same thing going on in the surf right now. Cocktail blues still dominate the scene with small to keeper fluke here and there. Kingfish are also still available. Some nice blackfish are being taken off the jetty in IBSP, remember it’s a (1) fish limit on the blackfish right now. Crabbing off our dock and rental boats remains steady with decent catches going to those willing to put in a little effort. Snapper blues are spread throughout the bay… John Yac

Fishing Report

Another great day with moderate temperatures and east winds in the forecast! The tide is also cooperating with the high at 8:44 AM in our area. There is a real mixed bag of fish available in the surf right now. Small blues hitting cut and whole mullet and chasing small metals are just about everywhere you try. Fluke are still showing here and there hitting the usual baits, bucktail gulp combos and live killie squid combos. Kingfish are also present, fishbites in the blood worm sent along with live sand worms will bring these tasty fish to your hook. In the area of the jetty in IBSP, trigger fish are taking clams and blackfish are on crabs and sand fleas. There are also Spanish Mackerel chasing small Deadly Dick metals and small Epoxy Jigs. Not bad for a summertime bite in the surf… John Yac

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KIDS DAY AT THE DOCK !! Tomorrow August 15th is Kids Day here at the Dock Outfitters, 8 AM to Noon brought to you buy the Berkeley Striper Club. Kids will learn how to fish and crab, rods and crab traps will be provided or bring your own. Truly a great fun day for the kids!… John Yac

Fishing Report

Pack your rain gear today! Scattered thunder showers forecasted for our area, remember the first sign of lightning it’s off the beach you go! Rain is another matter, as I always say, the fish are already wet! Mixed bag in IBSP around the area of the inlet. Cocktail blues, fluke, trigger fish, Spanish mackerel and a few black fish are around for the taking, as for the blackfish remember, Aug. 1st to Nov. 15th is (1) fish at 15″. The bay has snapper blues, fluke, blowfish and blue claw crabs in all the usual spots… John Yac

FYI: >>> KIDS DAY AT THE DOCK <<< Sponsored by the Berkeley Striper Club. August 15th 8 AM to Noon. Kids will learn to fish and crab. All equipment will be provided.

Fishing Report

Summer is still here and the fishing reports are becoming repetitive to say the least, but here goes. Small blues, fluke, kingfish and rays are all available on the daytime tides. Small sharks and rays lurk in the cover of darkness. A good snapper and crab bite is going on in the bay, with blowfish and small fluke being taken between the BB and BI buoys… John Yac

Fishing Report

More of the same along the surf. Cocktail blues, fluke, and still some kingfish. The sharks on the night tides are on the smaller side along with the rays. Crabbing is starting to quit down from its feverish pace of the past several weeks. Snapper blues, blowfish, and spot are being taken now from the dock… John Yac