August 6, 2020 Long Island Fishing Report and Forecast with Fred Golofaro

This week we would like to take this opportunity to introduce Matt Broderick as the Long Island edition’s managing editor. Matt is one of Long Island’s better young, innovative anglers and is well versed in all aspects of fresh and saltwater fishing in our region. We look forward to him bringing fresh, new ideas and content to you, our readers He is also a well-respected rod builder, and in addition to his editorial duties, he will be managing The Fisherman’s social media platform. If you would like to welcome him aboard, or need to contact him, he can be reached at
On the fishing front, tropical storm Isaias’ battering of the region on Tuesday may or may not trigger some changes in the summer fishery. Time will tell as the seas settle and people get back to fishing once power is restored and storm damage issues are addressed. The good news is the weather looks good going into the weekend. Will this be the week albies and bonito make their presence felt, will offshore fishing stay hot, and will ocean fluking continue to improve or take a step backwards?

This Week’s Video Fishing Forecast for the Long Island Metro area July 30 2020

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Events Calendar

Bergen Bay Docks

Mike Dean

Rodger Budhu

Capt Kirk Fay

Capt. Al Lorrenzetti

Patty Ann Charters Captree

River Bay Outfitters

Sea Pro Boats

Capt. Timothy O’Rourke

Hawaiin Dan

Capt. Joey Leggio Fishing Long Island

Captree Bait and Tackle

Jone Beach Tackle

Chris Ludwig

Coastal Kayak Clash

Montauk Tackle Company

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