Fishing Season: Spring, Summer and Fall

Gardiners Bay - NY

Fishing Outlook & Conditions

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Captain Barry K 's Tip of the Week

Like to thank everyone who fished with us this year. Enjoy the holidays and happy new year. We are closed till Spring of 2022.

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Map of Gardiners Bay

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Captain Barry K

5-Day Outlook as of 12/1/21

Albies, Bonito, Stripers, and Bluefish are all here. Let’s go get’em! Pick up the phone. 516-238-7642 and you are in. The Montauk Fall run is here and will continue through November. Fall is in the air.

Techniques & Tips as of 12/1/21

Only one way to experience all that fishing Montauk offers. Be there.

Current Conditions as of 12/1/21

This is what we've been waiting for. Check out "Photos of the Month" on our website to see what happening in Montauk

Local Species Available Spring, Summer and Fall

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    False Albacore

Captain Barry K 's Recommended Fly Patterns

"Must-have" fly fishing patterns in descending order of importance:

Name: Colors: Size(s):
Skipping Bug Popper green/white 2/0
Premium Bonefish Selection blue/ white 2/0

Skipping Bug Popper

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Captain Barry K 's Recommended Gear

Description: About Gardiners Bay

Montauk Long Island waters home to hungry Stripers, Albies, Bonito, Weakfish, and Blues. To book a trip go to our website Sparkling North Atlantic waters surround Long Island. Anglers enjoy superior fishing opportunities for trophy Stripers, Weakfish, False Albacore, Bonito, Bluefish & Spanish Macs, May through December. Experience excellent sight fishing May-October. Montauks "Fall Run." Keep up with what's happening on our water's with daily fishing updates at "One on One, Fly-fishing, and Casting classes available." Novice to expert welcome. Gift Certificates available.

Nearest Airport:

Kennedy, MacArthur, Montauk & East Hampton

Bait Recommendations:

Bay Anchovies, silversides, snappers, and small bunker. Check our daily fishing reports at Thanks Capt. Barry Kanavy