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Old 04-15-2017, 05:15 PM   #171 (permalink)
 
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Smile COMBS WEEKEND UPDATE - 04/1/17

Hello, Fellow Anglers

No flounder or significant bass reports came in. A few anglers fishing from the docks on the north side of the bay are still playing catch and release with 16 to 20-inch schoolies using bucktails.

The Tangle Free Rig offer is still in place. Mention that you read about the Tangle Free in Noreast and if you buy 2 you get the 3rd at half-price. We now have Fluke Quick Rigs made with 4-inch hard body teasers and VMC hooks in five different delicious colors. The shop is fully stocked with fluke candy and bass treats.

Take a look at the new water resistant, machined aluminum Tsunami Shield reels in the 3, 4, 5, and 6000 series. A new shipment of the Maxell Hybrid 25 reel as arrived. Beach anglers can check out a 10-1/2 ft. rod/reel combo with a graphite composite rod for under $70.

The shop has the necessary baits for flounder and bass such as clams, clam chum, clam bellies, fresh bunker, worms and mussels. Nightcrawlers are available for trout anglers.

The shop is open full time 7 days a week. Call ahead on bad weather days to verify closing times. (631) 264-3525.

BE SAFE - ENJOY LIFE - GO FISHING!

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Old 04-21-2017, 02:22 PM   #172 (permalink)
 
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Smile COMBS - WEEKEND FORECAST 04/21/17

Hello, Fellow Anglers

It’s just the first week of the season and already bass are all over the bay. On the North side from the Wantagh Bridges to Florence Beach and from Florence Beach east to the Copiague Hole anglers are enjoying some nice rod bending action. Clams and sandworms are bringing in fish from 25 to 27-inches. On early Friday morning along Florence Beach a customer connected with a few fish. Small 4 to 5-inch Tsunami Storm Shads in bunker color were also quite effective. No blues are around but there are good numbers of bass.

Several anglers said they encountered some sea robins in the bay waters while using bucktails and plugs. Flounder pounders are finding some action too. Shop regular Dennis Murphy and his wife were aboard the Capt. Rod in Captree earlier in the week and his wife took pool honors with a sweet 2-1/2 pounder. Dennis noted that every fare on board had at least one fish.

Now that the fluke opener has been confirmed for May 17th the Tangle Free Rig offer will remain through opening day. Mention that you read about the Tangle Free in Noreast and if you buy 2 you get the 3rd at half-price. Bill now has Fluke Quick Rigs made with 4-inch hard body teasers and VMC hooks in five different delicious colors.

When you drop by the shop be sure to ask for a copy of our Fluke Anglers Checklist.

The shop has the necessary baits for flounder and bass such as clams, clam chum, clam bellies, worms, fresh bunker and mussels.

The shop is open full time 7 days a week. Call ahead on bad weather days to verify closing times. (631) 264-3525.

BE SAFE - ENJOY LIFE - GO FISHING!

All the Best
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Default COMBS WEEKEND FORECAST - 04/28/17

Hello, Fellow Anglers

Bass are keeping anglers very busy. Fish to 22-pounds invaded the Wantagh Bridges on Thursday and were slamming fresh bunker chunks. However, bass are on the feed and plastics, poppers, swimming plugs and shads have all been effective. It seems the best times have been the late afternoon and the evening.

Anglers who drifted clam bellies at the Robert Moses on the outgoing did very well with plenty of action and plenty of shorts. We have a new shipment of clam bellies available in one gallon buckets.

A decent amount of flounder has been picked up along the Squaw Island drains at the top of the tide and the first hour of the outgoing. The average catch is 2 to 3 per boat.

The choppers have finally arrived. Alligator blues in the 12 to 15-pound range are aggressive and will hit just about anything offered to them. Excellent action has occurred close to the inlet. The fish were very long but had no real girth. Dick Kissel drilled a 32-inch blue that jumped on a 7-inch Tsunami swimming plug at the Amityville Dock. “Bay” Mike connected with a bunch of blues and some fluke to 19-inches and released them. Anglers who trolled up and down the State Channel scored with the 2-ounce MoJo Rig in white/green with a 9-inch shad. This rig can be purchased at the shop.

It’s a good time to take advantage of the Tangle Free Rig offer that will remain through opening day. Mention that you read about it in Noreast, and if you buy 2 you get the 3rd at half-price.

When you drop by the shop be sure to ask for a copy of Combs Fluke Anglers Checklist.

The shop has the necessary baits for flounder and bass such as clams, clam chum, clam bellies, local spearing, worms, fresh bunker and mussels. (631) 264-3525.

BE SAFE - ENJOY LIFE - GO FISHING!

All the Best
Bill & Denise
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