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Fluke/Flounder Fishing-Good Pier Spots

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#21 lonewolf5347

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Posted February 19 2016 - 07:30 PM

fluke fishing is not what it use to be

Edited by lonewolf5347, February 19 2016 - 07:31 PM.

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#22 trapshooterbob

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Posted February 19 2016 - 08:04 PM

First thanks to everyone who answered so far.

For the record I know a little about fishing and it's early. I am just getting ready for the season and the question came up in my mind, so I figured I'd ask because I haven't hit a pier in many years.

Edited by trapshooterbob, February 19 2016 - 08:05 PM.

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#23 pequa1

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Posted February 19 2016 - 08:13 PM

based on your location, I would recommend getting into kayaking and accessing the Connetquot (saltwater end), the area near the old OBI, once you are experienced the launches at Captree, and whatever town park you have with bay access. ( would that be Islip town ? ) Robert Moses for surfcasting using the aforementioned methods spring and fall. But by all means start snooping around on noreast.com. You will be there for days on end.
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#24 trapshooterbob

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Posted February 19 2016 - 08:44 PM

based on your location, I would recommend getting into kayaking and accessing the Connetquot (saltwater end), the area near the old OBI, once you are experienced the launches at Captree, and whatever town park you have with bay access. ( would that be Islip town ? ) Robert Moses for surfcasting using the aforementioned methods spring and fall. But by all means start snooping around on noreast.com. You will be there for days on end.


Thanks for the advice!

Yep Islip.

noreast.com love this site
on the water love this site
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I have been living on fishing sites all week. I also subscribed to some long island fishing channels on youtube.

I work in Hampton Bays so Shinnecock is in my sites on the beach near the inlet. But I also want to look around closer to home, Bohemia, so I'll take any and all suggestions and advice.

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Posted February 19 2016 - 09:19 PM

I remember catching fluke like porgies back in the '80s, every day on the Helen H in Sheepshead bay, Brooklyn was coming home with at least 5-6 fish each, and we were 13 year olds, but full day trips back then, 7-3.


When I was a teen my father took me many times on the Commodor out of Island Park. We fished waaaaay back in the bay. Always did well.

Ah the days......
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