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STRIPERS TO 30 POUNDS

Posted By Bob Danielson
Location: North Shore Long Island
 Stripers are in the western Sound and Jamaica Bay. I have heard of fish to close to 30 pounds this week and some confirmed reports of fish over 25 pounds as well. Plugs like the Daiwa SP Minnows or Yo-Zuri Mag Darters have been catching plenty of fish this week ...

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THAT FIRST WARM WEEK

Posted By Dave Anderson
Location: Connecticut
 If the weatherpeople are right, we are going to see the first extended stint of warm weather in 2018 this week! Water temperature is a major driver in all of the fisheries we love, and a good shot of sunlight is going to make a big difference. I have so ...

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THINGS ARE HAPPENING

Posted By Charley Soares
Location: Cape Cod & The Islands
 While everyone is waiting for the first schoolies of the season there are others with the same desire to bend a rod who are taking action. The state of MA has been stocking some of the best and biggest trout and there is the bonus of some of the biggest ...

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TROUT & SHELLFISH

Posted By John Hanecak
Location: Rhode Island
 Trout fishing will continue to be a good bet for this week with the DEM continuing to stock fish after the season opener. Other freshwater species like bass and pike will also start becoming more active as water temperature rise. If you are just dying to get out and fish ...

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TROUTING HOLDING UP

Posted By Tom Melton
Location: Long Island Freshwater
 Although the bass bite on Long Island may be a bit slow, if you have a boat, or know someone that does, you should be heading to Candlewood Lake in Connecticut. The smallmouth bite is on. On Thursday, buddy Rick Holmberg drilled a fat 4.75 pound smallie. On the local ...

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WONDERFUL WEAKFISH

Posted By Karen Wall
Location: Central New Jersey
 If you’ve been waiting for spring to arrive to go fishing, it’s time to stop waiting. Clearly spring has been in the federal witness protection program – that’s the only explanation I can come up with for this insanity. It may be delaying the bluefish, but there is fishing to ...

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1ST WEAKIES OF ‘18

Posted By Karen Wall
Location: Central New Jersey
 The activity up in Raritan Bay had lots of folks headed that direction last week, but the warm spell on Friday and Saturday was enough to convince people to go out and fish up and down the area. The reports of keeper bass are still very much hit or miss, ...

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ACTION TOP TO BOTTOM

Posted By Greg Metcalf
Location: South Shore Mass. to Maine
 All of the recently stocked freshwater rivers and ponds from the south shore of Massachusetts to Maine have been producing great catches of trout. Flounder fishing is still very slow but improving with every degree of increase in the water temperature. Haddock season opened on April 15th, full reports will ...

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BASS ACTION SPREADING

Posted By Fred Golofaro
Location: Long Island Surf
 Some spring-like weather Friday and Saturday motivated some casters to shake off the cobwebs and make their first casts of the season. Those who worked the far western reaches of the Island had the greatest opportunity to bend a rod, with more action reported from places like Little Neck Bay, ...

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BASSING HEATING UP

Posted By Geoffrey Lawrence
Location: West End South Long Island
 Based on the reports the only game in town may be striped bass. The signs were very encouraging as private anglers and charter boats located nice size schools of fish. So far, its ninety per cent shorts but at least the bass are heading our way, and Raritan Bay had ...

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