|Suffolk Marine Bait & Tackle||
The New York Sportfishing Federation proudly presents its 34th Annual Show and Auction on President's Day weekend, February 18th & 19th. Over 50 vendors will be on hand as well as over 20 seminars by local experts and captains spanning the two day event. Show times are Saturday 8am -6pm and Sunday 9am-2:30pm. Followed by our gigantic live auction on Sunday featuring a wide array of items such as charter/party boat trips, apparel, artwork, surf and boat tackle, custom rods, reels, and the queen of the auction, a trip of a lifetime to Tanaku Lodge in Alaska! Admission is $12 for adults and $10 for seniors and children, and children under 12 are free. Parking is free. For more info. go to NYSF.ORG
We had 10 fish to 22# on spot and shad. Spot worked best as most of the fish were smaller, but good action for the guys. Most of the fish between 11 & 13, top half of the OG. I put up a report on the website but in case it doesn't come up wanted to get back to you.
Capt Dave Gagliano and Capt Billy Sorrese fished the morning tide with Live Bunker. The duo had 5 fish releasing all with the largest being 28lbs.
Ray Winberry and buddy Steven Bussa fished live bunker in the F.I. Inlet area with the largest fish being 38.25lbs.
Pete and Christine Raggio fished Saturday evening tide with Live Spots in the Inlet area for 9 fish
On Sunday Dan Naglieri using Live Bunker in the F.I. inlet area landed a 34.95lb Striped Bass, also with wind against tide Keith Moore using Live Spots managed to bring in a 15.05lb Bass.
Suffolk Marine Angler Carl Hydner with a 31.03lb Bass taken on XL-Eels Sunday morning on the outgoing water.
Tom Mc Laughlin had a good morning catching and releasing keeper size bass in the bay on the incoming water casting in the rips using 2 1/4 Danny yellow metal lip plugs.