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Flounder fishing continues to be good in the bay. We have weighed in several keepers the biggest so far has been a 27" weighing in at 6.66# caught on Berkley Gulp.

Stripers & Bluefish continue in the surf and inlet with smaller ones in the back bay. These fish are mostly being caught on clam or mullet.

Kingfish are also in the surf on bloodworms however clam will work in a pinch.


The off-shore fishing is heating up with several boats having success with Black Sea Bass and Tile Fish. Pictured is an enormous Golden Tile fish caught by Capt. Tim McGuire of The Pequod.

Dan, (one of my Customers) had this to say: "My friend Dean

landed this nice tuna today, which was caught using the

spreader bar that I recently purchased from you.

We went 6 for 7 on bluefin tuna today!"

Another Customer said this:

"Hi Tammie.  It's Joe Pellegrini. Here are a few Blue fin tuna

pics.  Me, Brian Sallade and Sal Rosales caught in the poor

mans canyon aboard the Why Knot yesterday. Tuna

caught using Hodge podge Ballyhoo!  Nothing but the best!

Also, now is the start of Shark fishing for all kinds of

species trolling our waters. Setting up a chum slick and

using Whole Mackerel as hook bait is ideal. And when the

weather permits, Tuna & Sword fishing in the canyons should be heating up very soon.

Stop in today for your best selection of fresh, frozen and live baits.

Summer Hours: 5a-8p  Mon-Sat

Sunday 5a - 6p

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Joes Tuna
Brians Tuna
Joes Tuna
Dean's Bluefin Tuna
Tims Golden Tile
Large Fluke
Chads Fluke
Bob's 27 inch fluke
Flyin Hawiian catchs
Boating the Fluke
Charlie's Flounder
Logan's Fluke
Rick's Flounder
Don's Mom
Brandons fluke
Black Drum
Bryon's Fluke
Ben's Mahi
Cesars Weakfish
Striper (2)
Toms Striper 28 in
Garys striper 39 in
Fluke head
Black Drum