Long Island’s Unofficial Race for a 100-Pound Cobia

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Long Island’s Unofficial Race for a 100-Pound Cobia

(Above) Captain Tony and the crew aboard the Berth Control showcase their catch after weigh-in. Scotty’s Marina and Fishing Station has always been

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(Above) Captain Tony and the crew aboard the Berth Control showcase their catch after weigh-in.

Scotty’s Marina and Fishing Station has always been one of my favorite spots on Long Island. Conveniently situated along Reynold’s Channel in the quaint beach town of Point Lookout, it’s a quick one-stop-shop at the water’s edge. I’ve started and ended my days there many times; they began with 6 a.m. bait grabs before fluking inside Jones Inlet, and ended at Buoy Bar to refuel with a well-deserved, apres-fishing beer. There was always a reason to swing by Scotty’s, and recently, anglers have been stopping in with their hands full. Coolers of cobia are coming in at an alarming rate, and each fish has been bigger than the last.

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