Fishing Report

Another great surf fishing day on tap! There is plenty of bait with plenty of blues in pursuit. Resident bass can’t seem to resist the large schools of mullet on their seasonal run with more and more of them being taken on artificial lures daily. The larger blues and bass can’t be far behind… John Yac

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The beat goes on! Blues on mullet has been a staple in the surf for a while now, but each day more and more reports of short bass chasing artificial lures are trickling. There are large schools of bait just in and out of casting range on a daily bases providing a good draw for larger migrating bass and blues, we hope… John Yac 

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Weather and wind this morning is very favorable for surf fishing! With large schools of mullet out front and plenty of 2 to 3 lb. blues hot on their trail, sprinkle in some just short to keeper size bass and you have a delightful early fall bite in the surf. Aside from whole and cut mullet accounting for the lions share of the fish being caught, swimming and popping plugs along with a selection of metals are starting to draw attention. Keeper crabs out back are just about non existent with a few small snappers and a few small blowfish being the only thing happening… John Yac

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The calendar may say FALL, but the air and water temps still say SUMMER. The surf bite seems to be stuck in the summer mode with small to medium size blues just about everywhere. The only thing that tells you it’s fall is the amount of mullet in the surf and the knowledge of things to come… John Yac

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Last day for Fluke!! There has been a few nice size keepers taken in the surf over the past couple of days. So today is it, no better time than the present to get out there and give it a shot… John Yac

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Great weather in the forecast for the next several days. With the mullet run in high gear and schools of peanut bunker in the bay ready to make their move, the fall run is definitely underway. Small to medium size blues on mullet still dominate the surf bite, but more and more just short bass are joining in. Albies and Spanish Mackerel are also available at times. Just two days left in the 2019 fluke season so get out there and get in your last licks on these great tasting flaties. They are still picking some nice keeper crabs off our dock out back… John Yac

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MULLET MULLET MULLET – BLUEFISH BLUEFISH BLUEFISH! We’re starting to sound like a broken record, but it is what it is, and any bend in the rod is a good one. This is a great time to introduce children and adults alike to the wonderful sport of surf fishing. It’s as simple as getting to the beach, baiting up with a fresh mullet on a mullet rig, and having just enough weight on to keep the rig in front of you. Holding the rod (my first choice) or spiking it up is a matter of choice. >>> FYI >>> Our first FALL BLOW OUT SALE!! is on. Tsunami Talking Poppers in every size and color is Now 20% OFF! while supply’s last. These lures are proven great fish producers… John Yac

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Thank God for bluefish! The surf bite when fishable has been non stop bluefish on mullet. Sprinkle in some Spanish Mackerel, Bonita, Fluke and the ever elusive Albie and you have the late summer picture. Crabbing remains slow off the dock and rental boats with a few snapper blues here and there… John Yac

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9/11 May we never forget!! One of the darkest days in our nations history. 3,000 plus innocent lives taken from us out of the blue by a truly evil force. We must stay vigilant and proactive to keep this evil force at bay!

Mullet and bluefish, a marriage made in haven for the surfcaster. Add Spanish mackerel, fluke and a few albies and you have the current surf bite… John Yac

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The mullet run is getting underway!! Better action in the surf is sure to follow. Reports of small to medium size blues with small bass in the 20″ class starting to take artificial lures, a good sign for sure. The bay is loaded with peanut bunker and mullet just waiting to make their exit. Crabbing is at a snails pace out back and from our rental boats… John Yac