The back bay continues to give up some nice size blues both on bait and lures. Not much to report on from out front, for the surf has been unfishable for the past couple of days due to the strong easterly winds we have been experiencing. The winds should finely lay down and start to…

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The back bay remains the spot generating all the fishing reports in our area. Bluefish from 7 to 10 lbs. are being taken on poppers and cut baits from our dock out back to the flats behind IBSP. Keeper fluke in the 18 to 20 inch range, although very few, are also being caught from…

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Just a quick update on todays action at the Dock. Crabbing remains a slow pick with snapper blues everywhere, but slammer blues continue to make their unusual presence known. Fred Bartholomew weighed in a 9 plus pounder taken on cut bunker off our dock about an hour ago… John Yac FYI >>> Looking for nice…

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Wow what weather! The next few days should be outstanding! Favorable winds and mid day high tides spells great fluking possibilities. Buck tails tipped with gulp or squid strips and live lining a freshly caught snapper will put the odds in your favor for scoring some great table fare. With the close of the fluke season…

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Weather only getting better from here on this week! Improving air temperatures and humidity levels coupled with more favorable wind directions spells good surf fishing conditions. Snappers of all sizes are running our shore lines. Aside from some light tackle fun, live lining these great baits just may land you a nice large fluke from…

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Another hot and humid day! That all should change with the passing of the approaching cold front late in the day. The fall like feel to the weather should jump start those surf guys who are stuck in the summer doldrums. Remember the mullet run is just around the corner marking the start of the fall run. Sharking in IBSP on…

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Typical August weather, hazy, hot and humid! You will find some relief from this weather at the beach of course. While there cooling off, grab your rod, tie on a 3/4 to 1 oz. buck tail tipped with a 4″ swimming mullet by gulp and give those flatties a try. Remember IBSP fluke regulations from the…

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The surf is a lot more fishable then it has been for the past several days. Rain gear is in order for today. The fishing report really hasn’t changed, fluke and snapper blues by day, rays and sharks by night. The bay also remains the same, slow crabbing but still plenty of snapper blues… John…

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The best daytime surf action continues to be in IBSP. Fluking in the cuts and holes in the area of the inlet is producing some nice keeper fluke. Once again gulp leads the way, but fishing live baits like snapper blues will also attract these great eating flatties. You can find these snappers just about anywhere…

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Surf guys are picking some nice fluke, not a ton, but when you find their ambush points you usually hook up with a decent keeper. Buck tails, weights to match surf conditions, tipped with matching color gulp, are out fishing all other methods. The surf is loaded with all size snappers chasing small baitfish. Small metals on…

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