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Long Island - East
Montauk NY to Madison CT
(Saltwater Directions)
NY0103
In addition to the vast expanse of the sparkling Atlantic Ocean and Long Island Sound, the numerous inlets, bays and harbors surrounding Long Island are well known for exceptional fishing. Fluke, striped bass and bluefish are but a few of the fish available in this popular area.
$12.95
  Long Island - Central
Mattituck NY to Norwalk CT
(Saltwater Directions)
NY0104
Welcome to the Gold Coast, where turn-of-the-century tycoons spent their summers in huge mansions, many of which are open to the public. Saltwater anglers will find striped bass, bluefish and flounder across the seasons.
$12.95
Long Island - South
Jamaica Bay to Great South Bay
(Saltwater Directions)
NY0101

While heavily populated, the south shore of Long Island contains the most extensive acreage of tidal wetlands and the greatest diversity of habitat in New York. This makes for some great inshore fishing. Look for weakfish, fluke, winter flounder and blackfish in the bays and esturaries. False albacore, striped bass and bluefish migrate along the coast and even enter the inlets at peak season.
$12.95
Long Island - West
(Saltwater Directions)
NY0105
Fishing traditionally runs from April through October along this 110 mile stretch. Despite being located within the most densely populated area in the U.S., the bite is almost always hot for striped bass, bluefish, weakfish, scup, black sea bass, tautog, fluke and winter flounder.
$12.95
Block Island
(Saltwater Directions)
NY0106
From May to November, the surrounding waters are often referred to as the "Bermuda of the North" because of the numbers of striped bass, bluefish, fluke and other species migrating into the area. Whether fishing the various island's inshore inlets, offshore banks, wrecks or reefs, you'll find more than enough to test your skills.
$12.95
Fire Island
(Saltwater Directions)
NY0102
Only 32 miles long, this well-known barrier island is home to 17 small summer communities, and is accessible only by ferry. These fabled waters are world famous for top-notch fishing with fluke, striped bass and weakfish just a few of the wide assortment of species available here.
$12.95