Archive for March 2013

Fishing Report

The bay is producing nice catches of winter flounder to those willing to put in the effort. Mixed in the chum slick have been small bass with a few keepers mixed in. Blood worms or clams will do the trick. Small jigs and soft baits will put you into some bass action around the bridges…John…

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Fishing Report

Winter flounder season opens tomorrow March 23rd – May 21st with a (2) fish at 12″ bag limit per angler. Here at the shop we have all you need. Fresh blood worms, clams, clam chum logs, chum pots and a large selection of flounder rigs for your fishing pleasure. We will be extending our spring…

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Happy St Patrick's Day!

More of the same as far as the fishing goes. Small bass with a few keepers mixed in with winter flounder nipping at the baits just waiting for Saturday to be caught through out the bay hot spots. Blood worms and clams along with small lures and jigs will do the trick. We have clam…

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Fishing Report

Blood worms, clams and small jigs are doing the trick on the spring run striped bass in the bay. The shorts still outnumber the keepers but the action is steady. The west side of the bay seems to be better while the east side is holding it’s own. The fisherman are counting the days till…

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Open Fri, Sat and Sunday!!!

The Bait and Tackle shop and the Dock Cafe will be open from 7am-2PM this weekend… Looking forward to seeing many of our old customers and maybe a few new ones… Check with John Yac in the Tackle shop for weekly specials…John

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Fishing Report

Sure was great to see some of our old friends at the Berkley show. For a brief second it made us almost forget about Sandy (I said almost!!) but not quite, we all still traded horror stories and bright hopes for the up and coming season. The fish seem as nothing has happened and reports…

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Report 3-2

Good reports of bass @ the Power Plant coming in… We have plenty of bloodworms in stock for the early season… Stop by for some breakfast or lunch or just to say hello… John

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