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Old 11-07-2012, 02:57 PM
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Post Hurricane Sailing Schedules

Sheepshead Bay
Ocean Eagle V (718-258-4126): Capt. Greg says they weathered the storm fine and actually have been fishing the last few days. Blackfishing has been awesome with many, many fish in super togging and some nice large fish too! They are not lighting up on Thursday (11/8) because of this nor’easter and they will not take on the public this Sunday (11/11) as they have an annual charter group. Otherwise it’s blackfish every day at 7 a.m. full day. They sail everyday 7 a.m. from Pier 5 in Sheepshead Bay with plenty of free parking.

Gerritsen Beach:
Flamingo III (718-763-8745): Capt. Bob says the boat came through the hurricane okay and some dock work needs to be done, but they have not started to sail again and are not sure if they will start again. Capt. Bob and his family had some home damage and flooding and they are dealing with that right now in cleanup efforts. We’ll let you know when they start to carry out the last five weeks of this striped bass season.

Jones'& Deb's Inlets
Point Lookout:
Capt. Al (516-623-2248): Capt. Tommy Weiss says they came through the hurricane alright and will start sailing again this Saturday (11/10) but now at 6:30 a.m. for blackfish, porgies and ling.

Island Princess (631-587-6024): Capt. Nick Manzari of the Island Princess says the outer docks and gas dock at Captree took some beating in the hurricane but their dock is okay…only problem is State Parks has not opened Captree yet. The Island Princess has gas, bait and tackle and they are ready to go fishing. They are just waiting for the state to open Captree so they are not ready to pull the plug on the great bass season ahead. Stay tuned and we’ll keep you posted or visit their web site. On the web at

The Island Princess sails from the Captree State Park Marina and are just to the right of the concession stand. All bait and tackle is supplied on these trips. On the web at

North Fork:
Peconic Star II (631- 289-6899): Capt. Dave Brennan says the Peconic Star came through the storm fine with a little loss of paint from the boat rubbing against the roof of the building on the dock they had so much water. They had fabulous fishing on the small boat with 16 keeper blackfish on Sunday. They will continue to sail this Friday through Sunday for blackfish 7:30 to 3 p.m. If business is good enough they will sail next week, otherwise he may pack it in for the season. We’ll keep you posted.

Middle Long Island Sound
James Joseph II (631-651-8235): Capt. James reports they have been sailing since last Friday with the exception of Wednesday (11/7). They have seen the fastest slaughter blackfishing as you can ever see as no spots have been touched, all the fish have moved out of the shallows and are in 45 foot of water. Fish to 13 pounds and limits for al every day! Super action right now. They continue to sail full day every day 7 a.m. *On the web at*
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