We will be holding a Christmas sale Saturday the 21st and Sunday the 22nd. Everything in the store will be 30 percent off excluding already marked sale items. We also have gift cards available !! We will be adding five dollars for every twenty five dollar gift card purchased. Our new winter hours will be as followed, Thursday thru Sunday 7am to 2pm. The cafe is also still serving breakfast and lunch w/ daily specials.
To all of our valued customers ,we want to take the time during this holiday season to thank you all for your patronage.We are truly grateful to you for choosing us.Our business would not thrive without your support. It has been our pleasure to serve you for 20 years and counting. We wish everyone a MERRY CHRISTMAS and HAPPY AND HEALTHY NEW YEAR.We look forward to making more memories in 2020 and beyond. From all of us at The Dock Outfitters
The mullet in the surf the past couple of days has gotten things going a bit. Blue fish have stepped up the chase with the new bait in town and even the fluke seem to be a little more aggressive in the surf also. But no mullet appearance in the surf goes with out attracting the number one game fish, in my opinion that is, the stripped bass. A few shorts and a couple of keepers have been taken on metals and swimmers though none of the fish have hit the scales as of yet. As far as natural baits go, mullet, clams and cut bunker will always do the trick when any game fish are present in the surf… John Yac
Possible rain gear day. The usual fish are in attendance, small blues and some keeper size fluke. Remember the clock is ticking on the fluke season, September 27th it’s all over but you still have time to put some of these tasty fillets on the table. This is our first Saturday of two to take advantage of our 30% off Power Pro and premium mono spool up sale. All our Star rods both boat and surf models will be 20% off along with Mustad KVD 6 1/2″ stainless steel titanium coated pliers with holster and coiled tether. So come on in and say hello and fell free to look around… John Yac
All this churned up surf we have been dealing with for the last few days seem to have had no effect on the small blues and fluke in the surf. All that’s required is a little larger rod sum heaver lures and sinkers and your good to go. Remember the first Saturday of our spool up sale starts tomorrow 30% off the regular price for all mono and Power Pro lines. We will be adding to the sale 20% off all Star rods in stock along with Mustad KVD 6 1/2″ stainless steel pliers. So stop in and get a jump on all your fall fishing needs… John Yac
WE WILL NEVER FORGET!! Today marks another anniversary of the most horrific day this country has ever seen. Lets take a few moments today to remember the innocent people who lost their lives in this cowardly attack on our country and to remember the bravery and dedication to the preservation of life displayed by the first responders.
A little less wind today but still out of the north east so heaver rods and heaver sinkers are still in order. Still some fluke and blues in the surf just a little bit more challenging catching them. We will be having a fall fishing reel spool up special the next two Saturdays in the shop. Bring in your reels and get them spooled up with fresh mono or power pro braid for 30% off regular price. Along with our line special we have 20% off regular price 6.5″ KVD pliers with holster and tether by Mustad… John Yac
Looks more like bass water than fluke but that’s not the case. The east northeast winds have been kicking up the surf and will continue for next few days. Fluke are still there for the taking and the small blues are still present. Don’t be surprised to here of a few small bass being caught with all this white water, they just can’t resist the bottom being churned up exposing all kinds of bait for them to dine on. Remember to increase the lure and sinker weights you are using with these types of surf conditions… John Yac
Just about anything that moves or gives off sent seems to be drawing the attention of the hungry fluke in the surf right now. The bulk of the fish seem to be in IBSP at the southern end mixed with small to medium size blues. We have fresh bunker, fresh clams, live killies and sand worms along with a large selection of frozen baits for you to choose from. Starting Monday September 8th, our crabbing boats will be not going out till 8 AM and will all have be in by 5 PM so plan your trips accordingly… John Yac`
And the beat goes on! Fluke are really in high gear right now in the surf, although the vast majority of them are short or just short, the 3lb plus fish are also in the mix just to keep things interesting. Mix in a bunch of small blues and you have the surf picture for the past few days. IBSP with is 2 fluke at 16″ is still the best place to go to ensure tasty fillets for the table. The bay crabbing and fishing is ok, no great shakes but catches of keeper crabs, snapper blues and small blow fish are still possible… John Yac