Blydenburgh lake: Completed

partner draw

Winner: Rob Herbst 7.82 

Winning Boater: Rob Herbst 7.82 lbs
Winning Rider: Billy Schnaars 6.57 lbs
Lunker: Dom Berardi 5.02 lbs

Blydenburgh Lake
Also known as Stump, New Mill or Weld's Pond, is located within Blydenburgh County Park in Smithtown. Fed by the headwaters of the Nissequogue River, it is one of the least developed and most picturesque ponds on Long Island.

Blydenburgh Lake contains a variety of fish species, but is best known for its largemouth bass. Bass fishing has been consistently good over the years with volunteer angler diary cooperators reporting catch rates between 0.4 and 1 bass per hour. Fishing for perch and sunfish is also excellent.

The shoreline of Blydenburgh Lake is a well balanced mix of undisturbed fish habitat and access points for shore based anglers. Wading along the shoreline is possible, but there are many hidden submerged stumps and logs that can make wading difficult. Boat may be rented from Suffolk County Parks during summer months.

Time: 5am-1pm
Type: Largemouth bass
Motor size: Electric only
Size limit: 12 inches
Limit: 5 fish per man

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