While bonito and stripers are getting most of the attention, the improving fishing for bluefish is worth a shot this weekend.
Not a whole lot has changed in the last week, which is a good thing.
Bonito and Spanish mackerel have been tearing up the abundant bait all along the south shore.
Consistent catches of striped bass have been coming in from Block Island waters.
A good pile of gator bluefish has invaded the eastern sound.
The bait is beginning to stage as peanut bunker and mullet swim up and down my lagoon at dawn and dusk.
Lower Niagara River action has been great for walleye and the Orleans County waters of Lake Ontario once again are teaming with big hungry king salmon.
Schoolie striped bass surface feeds have been better throughout the Piscatagua River and among the mouths of other rivers in the afternoon.
With the recent rain, bass are starting to come out of the depths to feed.
The bluefish action off Provincetown remains steady and mixed sizes of tuna are thick along the edges of Stellwagen Bank.