Experience the best saltwater charts available. From precise fishing locations with GPS coordinates to accurate depth contours and structure definition, these charts redefine the standard on the water. Each map contains the following information: GPS Fishing Locations, Compass Headings, Structure Definitions, Depth and Contour intervals, marina services, Fishing tips and techniques, artificial reef coordinates, seasonality charts, quick reference fish ID, Charts are printed on waterproof, tear-resistant paper that allows you to make notes right on the chart. Size: 24" x 36" unfolded. Folds to a convenient 6" x 9" compact size.
Long Island South (Jamaica Bay to Great South Bay)
The south shore of Long Island contains the most extensive acreage of tidal wetlands and the greatest diversity of habitat in New York making for great inshore fishing. Look for weakfish, fluke, winter flounder and blackfish in the bays and esturaries, Falsa albacore, striped bass and bluefish migrate along the coast.
Fire Island Inshore (Islip to Hampton Bay)
This 32 mile long barrier island is home to summer communities and accessible only by ferry. Area waters are known for top-notch fishing with fluke, striped bass and weakfish.
Long Island Sound East (Montauk, NY to Madison, CT)
In addition to the vast expanse of the sparkling Atlantic Ocean and Long Island Sound, the numerous inlets, bays and harbors surrounding Long Island are well known for exceptional fishing. Fluke, striped bass and bluefish are but a few of the fish available.
Long Island Central (Mattituck, NY to Norwalk, CT)
Here, saltwater anglers will find striped bass, bluefish and flounder across the seasons.
Long Island Sound West
Despite its location in the most densely populated area in the U.S. Fishimen can almost always catch striped bass, bluefish, weakfish, scup, black sea bass, tautog, fluke and winter flounder.
Nantucket Sound (Montauk to Block Island)
The waters surrounding the area are abundant with striped bass, bluefish, fluke and other species that can be fished from inshore, offshore, and banks.