Are the Fish Biting Today?

Get Your North Shore Fishing Report Right Here!

Whether you are a novice fisherman or a seasoned angler, you need to know the best Long Island Sound fishing spots. Don’t worry, Celtic Quest has you covered with regularly updated Noreast fishing reports.

Of course, the Long Island Sound fishing report changes depending on Long Island fishing seasons. We try to post photos of our ecstatic customers with their big catches! It’s a fun way to share the latest Long Island fishing report North Shore.

The type of fish we have the best chance of reeling in depends on the season, and to make sure our report is as accurate as possible, we navigate the waters based on where the fish are biting on any particular day.

When it comes to fishing off the North Shore of Long Island, particularly Port Jefferson, NY, you can expect we may find schools of:

  • Fluke
  • Porgies
  • Sea bass
  • Striped bass
  • Bluefish
  • Weakfish 
  • and more!

Every trip we take to the best Long Island Sound fishing spots is different. Want to know where we are heading for North Shore Fishing? Just ask!

There are two things we can’t guarantee; the first is the weather.

Safety is our first concern at Celtic Quest Fishing. We want your North Shore fishing trip to be fun and memorable–and very safe! 

As long as it’s safe to do so, Celtic Quest fishing boats do go out in the rain. Of course, our experienced captains will make the decision to venture out or cancel on the day of the trip–based on whether or not we can run a fun, safe, productive fishing trip. 

Generally speaking, rain isn’t usually a problem (fish don’t care about getting wet!) High winds and/or severe rain cause most cancellations.  

When it comes to fishing trips in New York, we can’t promise the fish will be hungry!. That being said, having made thousands of Port Jefferson fishing trips, we can tell you that most of the time we reel in some great fish! (In fact, only a few trips have returned with disappointing results!) Think positive and check out pictures on this page and our other social media accounts.

If you have any concerns or questions, don’t hesitate to call us at 631.928.3926 and we’ll be happy to update you. 

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