Buoy 4A in FI Inlet was underwater more than it was above water yesterday. Not really current-related, seems to be a problem with the buoy. When the current is running you will see a rip behind where it it, but slack you will only see it when it pokes up, which was less than a foot yesterday, although it may float higher on slack.
Hopefully CG puts a poly ball on it, it's a potential boat killer.
I presume you reported it? (of course you did).
Hey Paul, My name is Nick Bocchino, I recently decided to join but have been reading on here for years. I just had a quick question maybe you could help with. I'm 19 and was looking for a job out in Montauk as we have a small place there and I am out there every weekend. I would like to stay out for the rest of the summer but cant due to not having a job out there. Just wondering if its appropriate to ask in the party boat forum if anybody knows anyone looking for a deckmate out there. I'm a noreast noob so I don't want to tamper with the way the forums are ran. Thanks for any insight you may have,
Question. I have to believe that local draggers harvest local flounder. If that is so is it possible for party boats to reach these flounders for it's fares? I so miss fresh caught flounder dinners.
The local shops are yuk with their fried fillet dinners. The old West Sayville fish store was pretty good. A year ago I had a good flounder dinner at Capt Bill's in Bay Shore.
Have to start looking at the fishing reports to see if any flounder are being caught. Ha, all I need is twp fresh flounders for Doris and I to have a great dinner. She is a great fish cooker.
Tke care my friend and I look forward to sharing a deck with you this season.