Fluke Tournament

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Come Support Hooks For Heroes this Sunday August 27th

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Come to Buoy Bar & Scotty's Fishing Station Aug 27th for our Summer Fluke Slam and watch Long Islands fastest Knives in our Fluke Fillet Contest hosted by Dexter Outdoors and Joey LeggioChasing Tail TV. If you think you have what it takes to compete please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. - All inquiries will be considered.
Winner will receive a Dexter Knife set and gear package!



Frankie James Inshore Fishing Charters

The "Frankie James" will be ready to sail this week with a bunch of great upgrades.... We fish for all inshore and near shore species. I can accommodate up to 4 anglers. Everything included with the exception of food and drinks. Full day ocean is $500.00 and full day bay is $400.00


Latest News from the DEC

Shark Fishing

New York is home to many species of sharks, from white sharks and makos to dusky sharks and sandbars.

Shortfin mako shark

If you decide to try your hand at shark fishing, here are a few things you should know before you go:

  • Many species of sharks are prohibited, meaning you can’t harvest or remove them from the water. Make sure you are familiar with the recreational shark regulations.
  • If you can’t identify a shark species, treat it as a prohibited species and release it, or as the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) would say, "If you don't know, let it go!"
  • You are required to use non-stainless steel, non-offset circle hooks when shark fishing.

Sharks are apex predators (they are at the top of the food chain) and an important part of the marine ecosystem. While fishing, if you don’t intend to keep a shark, it is important to release it in a way that increases its chance of survival. Learn more about the safe handling and release of sharks.

New Fluke Regs. for 2017 are in

Summer Flounder/Fluke: 19-inch Minimum, 3 fish bag limit, Open May 17 to September 21


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