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LIGHT-TACKLE TUNA

Posted By Pat Vogt
Location: New England Offshore
While giants have been the focus around the Cape for much of the season, it seems that the long-awaited school bluefin are now finally available in good numbers. These fish are being found to the north of P-Town and in the usual spots east of Chatham, often spotted slashing through ...

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MIXED OPPORTUNITIES

Posted By Charley Soares
Location: Cape Cod & The Islands
And the beat goes on. While the Martha’s Vineyard Derby wrapped up on Saturday night amid a lack of striper entries, the Canal has been busy creating smiles as fish move down from the North River, into Plymouth and the east end of the Canal. There is lots of schoolie ...

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ON THE MOVE

Posted By Bob Misak
Location: Southern New Jersey
The past week in South Jersey began with more humid weather, but by Friday anglers finally got the fall weather they longed for. Air temperatures plummeted to the 40’s in the evenings and sea bass season began as folks were able to get out front and catch some nice humps. ...

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RUN N’ GUN

Posted By J. B. Kasper
Location: Northern NJ & Hudson River
Mother Nature’s weather tantrums continued for fishermen fishing along the northern coast last week. After decent conditions early in the week the weather closed in by Thursday and killed late week fishing. Sea bass opened with some good results and sinker bouncers found knuckleheads, porgies, tog and some winter flounder, ...

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SHARKS AND MAHI

Posted By Tony Gatto
Location: Long Island Offshore
Fall 2018 has so far had more unfishable days then fishable. It’s been a tough fall to say the least. Once a pattern seems to form the weather picks up and mixes everything up. Because of this, concentrations of bait and tuna fish have been challenging to find. However, ...

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STILL BASSIN’

Posted By Greg Metcalf
Location: South Shore Mass. to Maine
The inshore fishing is definitely on the wane, and so is the amount of fishing pressure. The anglers that continue to fish are sure to be rewarded so my advice is to keep at it. There are still some big fish that are on the move. If you are looking ...

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THE THOMAS BUOYANT

Posted By Rod Teehan
Location: New England Freshwater
A long time ago back in the early 1970s my fishing partner, John Chrisant, and I used just one piece of hardware to troll for stocked trout, a fluorescent red Junior Mooselook Wobbler. The late Stan Berchulski, whose column “Out in the Open” appeared in our local evening newspaper, wrote ...

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TOG GETTING STARTED

Posted By Geoffrey Lawrence
Location: North Shore Long Island
The fall run is gaining momentum so get out there. Let's start out with blackfish. All our sources gave us the same encouraging information. The season is young but the 'tog are biting. There are excellent numbers of fish in the water keeping the rods bent. Party boats working the ...

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ALBIE ACTION

Posted By Toby Lapinski
Location: Rhode Island
There are still false albacore being caught all across Southern New England, but Rhode Island remains quite consistent with fish being landed both from shore and by boat. This week saw some slightly picky fish at times, but that said once a school of cooperative fish was found the action ...

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ALBIES SETTLE IN

Posted By Geoffrey Lawrence
Location: North Shore Long Island
 False albies are running amok from Eatons Neck to Cranes Neck. More keeper sea bass are showing and reports came in of decent catches near the OB. Cocktail blues in the 2 to 5-pound category are providing very good action, and bluefish can be found in very good numbers at ...

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