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Fishing Report for New York - Long Island North Shore

Capt. Robin G Calitri
July 13, 2005
Long Island - Saltwater Fishing Report

July is a Great Month for a Mixed Bag in New York

John, The fishing on the North Shore is great. I cannot understand why more people aren’t into it? There are Blues popping all over and tons of Stripers, of all sizes both inside the bays and harbors and outside in the sound. I am having a ball! On Tuesday, I tried out my new Kayak for exercise. I had blues within three minutes of Cold Spring Harbor launch. Then it was schoolie bass for the next couple of hours. It was a blast using a 7 weight, fly rod.

The Long Island Bassmasters held a tournament on Lake Mahopac on Sunday July 10. Andy Carante won the non-boater division off my boat, C Sic Again. He had a smallmouth over 4 pounds. Troy Duran took home the lunker money with the biggest fish overall. I actually won with a limit of two smallies and three largemouth. My total weight was 10 pounds 11 ounces.

Scot Calitri reports that there are plenty of schoolie bass in the Merrimack and in Portsmouth. He is seeing some monsters but they are hare to get to take the fly. Mike Girofalco broke off a doozy.

Jim DelGrosso is finding the fishing in the ‘back country’ of the Hamptons inconsistent. One day his spots pay of with nice bass and the next day, nothing. The blues are all over the harbor one day and scarce the next. There are bluefin close alone the South Shore and the fly guys ought to be into them soon. There are bonito mixed in with the Blues at Montauk Point. BASST, Captain Robin Calitri ([email protected])

While on business in California, I managed to take some jack smlet and small halibut on a fly. the sunset in California is worth the visit.

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Join Captain Calitri for a day of fun and fishing aboard Csicagain a remarkable, fully equiped Scout 235, light tackle, fishing platform. The Seacoast of NH offers fishing in the Great Bay river system, Portsmouth Harbor and the Atlantic Ocean wonderful for Striped Bass. You can also chase Tuna offshore with the fast Scout. All Tackle is provided, featuring Ross, Loomis, Sage and Orvis. Fly casting tips are offered in a no pressure manner.

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24 Julia Drive
Dover, NY 03820
Phone: 5163830508
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