May 26, summer hours and a warning

May 26, summer hours and a warning

Starting this Friday we will be on full summer hours. Just in time for the holiday weekend!!!!!!!

Monday – Friday      6 am – 9 pm

Saturday & Sunday 5 am – 9 pm

Holidays 5 am – 9 pm

The remainder of this week, until Thursday we will be here until 8 pm

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More tales about early morning schoolies. 15-18″ fish in the river mouth, along with a good number of flounder. And finally the mackerel are out in good numbers.

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Yesterday there was a drowning off the sandbar at Plum Island Point. A number of beachgoers were swept off the sandbar into the river at about 57 degrees cold. While the bulk of them were rescued by boaters, one did not make it and is still missing this afternoon. The sandbar is bigger this year and can lure we fishermen out on it to get closer to the fish. It’s important to remember that the west side of that bar drops from 3 feet to more than 25 feet deep, and really quickly. So watch yourself if you fish in this area, especially on an incoming tide.

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James Waldron
james@simplemics.com

Stickman is the resident web design guy at Surfland. We pay him in eels.

6 Comments
  • mike
    Posted at 19:21h, 26 May

    can any buddy tell me if tomorrow around 6 am is a good time to get out(i realize you cant predict the catch but i wanst sure with the 5 43 low tide if it was worth it) thanks

  • Dan
    Posted at 06:42h, 27 May

    It’s worth it,

  • talljeff
    Posted at 09:55h, 27 May

    it will prob shut off bout 6ish-7. get there at 4am you will have better luck. you can start fishing the beach at 9ish and have better luck on incoming if 6 is the earliest you can get there..

  • mr.Jetty
    Posted at 11:34h, 27 May

    We caught a couple of 31inches on Sunday..and a couple of 28

  • JmJensen
    Posted at 00:10h, 06 June

    last 2 hours of he outgoing tide unill low tide when all the sea critters like .worms.minnows.eels.clams, etc that are upstream get swept out to the mouth of he river… that’s when i find the bass to be more active in their feeding

  • Tim Cohick
    Posted at 12:17h, 28 June

    Thinking about hitting the beach tonight for High tide and out going. looking for advice. Bait?

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