Good morning anglers! If you weren’t aware, the DEC is looking to make even more cuts to the 2018 Black Sea Bass fishery. This includes not only bag limits but the length of the season as well. Numerous recreational and commercial fishing captains from Long Island will tell you the fishery is not in need of cuts and is in fact thriving. The DEC is holding a public meeting at the School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences at Stony Brook University in Endeavour Hall Room 120. If you want your opinion heard and are interested in attending, the date is Tuseday March 27th at 6:30pm.
I will be unable to attend the Black Sea Bass DEC meeting because I am scheduled to give a Fluke Seminar on Montauk Fluke and Sea Bass fishing. If you cannot make the DEC, and wish to join me for the Atlantis Anglers Association, the seminar its being held at 8:15pm in the Baldwin Park Community room at 3232 Grand Avenue Balwin Harbor NY 11510. I will be presenting a power point packed with information, as well as reviewing strategies and techniques to help increase your catch. This seminar is open to the public, and I hope to see you there.