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Freshwater Fishing - Inflatables w/ Trolling

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#1 TwentyTimes


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Posted June 02 2017 - 08:35 AM

Hello all.


I just learned that only canoes and kayaks are allowed in Blydenburgh and even if I left the whopping 45 lb thrust motor at home.  (I really had enough with this state)


Anyway, where are some freshwater spots to launch an inflatable with a small thrust motor?  I live in Holbrook and have launched in Lake Ronkonkoma and Blydenburgh in the past.  I like LR, but the fishing isn't  great.  Blydenburgh the fishing is very good, but these rule are insane.




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#2 pequa1


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Posted June 02 2017 - 11:50 AM

Its been a while since I fished sweetwater, but have you tried Patchogue Lake?   Used to get enormous bluegills there and I know there were bass there as well.   just east of the police precinct.   Being a hideous Nassau resident/deplorable, I am no longer allowed to fish Blydenburgh no matter the mode of transportation.

I ditched my portabote years ago and went with first a very stable canoe (which I need to sell, lol) and now am a kayak fan.   There isn't a lake on Long Island that you can't easily paddle with a yak, which I mainly use on Great South Bay.

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