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Greg Blass The joys (and perils) of bicycling on the roads of the North Fork

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Designated bike routes are not really the "bicycle paths" the signs imply, but often merely the narrowest of shoulders at best.

‘Bike to Breakfast’ with family and friends: a cycling excursion for all ages

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Get out your bicycle and join the Rec Department's Bike to Breakfast - a great way to make new friends, get some exercise, and spend time with family, too.

Fishing ReportCaptains report abundant hauls of scup, sea bass, blues on local waters

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Anglers brought in sea bass, blues, fluke, porgy and scup on local waters.

This trip is for the birds

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Jamaica Bay is a birder's paradise - it's one of the best places on Long Island to see birds, and September is a great time to see migratory species.

Fishing ReportBig bass, prolific puffers and porgies

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Here's what's biting and where in local waters on the East End this week.

Sea Tow Foundation offers boaters the chance to rent emergency locator beacons

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Sea Tow Foundation is offering boaters peace of mind on the water with emergency beacon rentals available online thanks to a donation by a Florida manufacturer.

Fishing Report with Capt. Jon Bowen

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Ah, Father’s Day weekend, this week, as memories of cool waters and fish elongated by time push to the front of our minds, we,...

Fishing Report Proposed state law could impose serious restrictions on local fishermen

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A bill pending in the State Legislature could impose significant restrictions on fishing in Plum Gut, the Sluiceway and part of the Race.

Fishing Report Fishing is too good to do anything else

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Bass, fluke, jumbo porgies — an abundance in local waters.

Fishing Report Local waters teeming with big bass and porgies

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All the reports coming in from area captains follow the same tune: big porgies, boat-limit, lights-out fishing, and big bass out in the rips (to 40+ pounds).