Fishing is great on Long Island year-round. Both novice and experienced anglers can engage in fly and spin-casting bonefishing on the flats, or charter a boat to go for half- or full-day reef and deep-sea sports fishing. Knowledgeable guides practice marine conservation and offer a quality, stress-free time on the water. Blue marlin; black-, blue- and yellow-fin tuna; and the game-fish star wahoo are some of the prizes you're likely to catch. The best time to score tuna is in January; you can also spot them in June and July. Marlin catches are almost guaranteed in February and August. Equipment is available for rent and some hotels also offer all-inclusive fishing packages.