Tackle

Wait til you see what we are using this year in plugs and plastic


location

Our Trips run out of

  • Orient, New York 
  • New Suffolk, New York
  • Shelter Island, New York
  • Greenport, New York
  • Mattituck, New York
  • East Hampton, New York











We also accomidate pick ups on the waterfront.



Striped bass    Bluefish    False Albacore     fluke     Porgy 

Fly fishing     Spin fishing     Bottom Fishing

World famous fly fishing and light tackle fishing for Striped Bass and False Albacore from Orient Point to Montauk and back to 

and Greenport on the North Fork of Long Island 



Captain Rob Thompson Inc.

P.O. Box 55 Orient, New York 11957

(631) 276-4391

captainrobthompson@gmail.com

captainrobthompson@gmail.com      eastern long island & the north fork     (631) 276-4391  

This Season 2016

We are getting the boat ready for the 2016 season as of March 22!

Sunsect lotion

Team Sunsect has a product that works for us in the marsh. Find out!!!

Montauk Tackle Co

We just teamed up with one of the best clothing companies out there and they are local

Testimonials

Fishing

Our captain will do what he can to get you on fish. Rob is a spot and stalk type of fisherman who works the water effectively and quietly.  We

fish from Orient & Greenport, The Ruins, The Gut,  Big Gull & Little Gull, Shelter Island, Gardners Bay, Peconic Bay, Southold, and Cutchogue. Montauk? Maybe!  The types of fish we go after are Striped Bass "Stripers", Bluefish, False Albacore "Albies", Weakfish, Fluke, Porgies, Blackfish, and of course Sea Bass.

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Yeah, we catch fish!  sometimes big ones, but i focus on making memories that will make you come back for more 

 Fly fishing and light tackle excursions    

Family ecology tours and fishing 

Captain  rob  Thompson

  • Fly Fishing Trips
  • Light Tackle Fishing 
  • Night Fishing 
  • Ecology Tours 
  • Clamming 
  • Seine Netting 
  • Wilderness Photography 
  • Or lets mix them into one!

tomas Mccoy,  author

it all started with one trip

Tom was on a trip one morning in the dense fog of a June day. Instead of flying out from the boat launch we took our time. Just around the bend we came upon 30 or more Striped Bass finning in front of us. We poled the boat in watching each dorsal fin cruise around in two feet of water. A short cast later with a sparse white 2" deceiver sealed the deal. Here is Tom with one of many.  

Services

clamming & seine netting  

When being on the water day in and day out you gain an intimate knowledge of the ecosystem you frequent. A major way of knowing this is by getting in the water. When clamming we turn up the bottom releasing benthic organisms. We see what was right beneath us. In seine netting we catch what was hidden by sunlight and cloudy water. With both of these we see the make-up of a diet for all the inshore species we are after. Plus its fun to catch baitfish and clams.