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INCREDIBLE TOGGING

Posted By Tony Salerno
Location: East End Long Island
Does anyone out there know where the switch is to shut off the big fan? Mother Nature is being difficult to say the least. For three weeks I’ve been hoping to get outside Moriches Inlet with my Parker, but real lumpy seas and severe arthritis in my hips and back ...

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LATE FALL BASSIN’

Posted By Tom Melton
Location: Long Island Freshwater
For this week, try bassing in your favorite honey hole. I would opt for lakes that have a little depth as the cooler temps should see bass going a bit deeper. They will however slide out of the depths into the warmer shallow water as the sun gets higher in ...

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LBI LIGHTS UP

Posted By J. B. Kasper
Location: Central New Jersey
Needless to say the number one story along the middle coast was the influx of big stripers this past week. Bass in the 20 to 40-pound class, along with a few fish topping the 50-pound mark ruled the decks of the boats that braved the often brutal weather this past ...

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MONSTER MADNESS

Posted By J. B. Kasper
Location: Northern NJ & Hudson River
The number one story along the northern coast has to be the big stripers that have made their way into northern waters. Pods of stripers are making their way down the coast along the ocean front. We had several 50-plus pound bass weighed in this week along with 40- and ...

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SMALL BUT PLENTIFUL

Posted By Fred Golofaro
Location: Long Island Surf
There continues to be plenty of stripers and sand eels along the Island’s South Shore from Montauk to Breezy Point, but keepers were a rarity this week. It looks like we have fallen into the pattern we expected prior to the fall run, with short stripers dominating the beach scene, ...

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SUPER CHARGED BASSING

Posted By Geoffrey Lawrence
Location: West End South Long Island
Bass in our area refuse to call it quits and that is making anglers very, very happy. Private boats, charter and party boats are all enjoying super charged action. Once again trolling Mojo rigs, bunker spoons and tossing diamond jigs accounted for most of the catches. The reports were very ...

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TOGGIN’ IT OUT

Posted By Eric Burnley
Location: DE, MD & Chesapeake Bay
The weather continues to dominate any thought of fishing as high winds and heavy rains were once again responsible for lost opportunities. The only constant has been the white perch and catfish from the local tidal creeks and rivers and small tog out of the Indian River Inlet and ...

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TROUT, TOG & SCHOOLIES

Posted By Charley Soares
Location: Cape Cod & The Islands
The waters on and around the Cape might be pretty well windblown by now, but that isn’t limiting the fishing action for those looking to bend a rod. The kettle ponds of the Cape have received their annual dose of fall trout, and they love this cold, windy weather! From ...

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BACK BAY BASSIN’

Posted By Bob Misak
Location: Southern New Jersey
The past week has been a repeat of the last few, with winds keeping a lot of boats off the reefs. However, Sunday saw some solid fishing once again as anglers could get out there in 100 feet of ocean and hook some humpbacks. The back bays of South ...

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BASS AND TOG STRONG

Posted By Geoffrey Lawrence
Location: North Shore Long Island
Bass and blackfish are giving anglers all the action they can handle when weather conditions are favorable. From City Island up to CT the Sound is loaded with schoolie and keeper bass. Be prepared to capture them on diamond jigs, trolled bunker spoons or Mojo rigs, or worms and bunker ...

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