Sailing & Fishing

Our nutrient rich spring water, abundant bait fish, rocky shorelines, an 8-foot tidal range, and varied depths to 60 feet, make Oyster Bay and its adjacent waterways some of the most productive fishing spots in the Western Long Island Sound.

No matter what kind of fisherman you are, you'll find a place in our uninterrupted shorelines, and protected coves. Our summertime bluefish, and spring and fall run of stripers, means there is plenty of year-round action for all types of fishermen.

Common species include:

  • Striped Bass
  • Bluefish
  • Weakfish
  • Porgies
  • Blackfish
  • Black Sea Bass
  • Winter Flounder
  • Fluke
  • Green Bonito (September)
  • False Albacore (September)