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OUTBACK BASSIN’

Posted By Bob Misak
Location: Southern New Jersey
The past week in Southern Jersey was a good one early on, and anglers were able to get out front and lump the humps; sea bass fishing was highly satisfactory for those who tripped it into 100 to 120 feet of ocean and some nice-sized limits were taken. A few ...

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REEF ACTION

Posted By Eric Burnley
Location: DE, MD & Chesapeake Bay
Sea bass and flounder were caught from ocean structure when the weather allowed boats to sail. Flounder were also in the mix and there is no reason to expect any great change this week....

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SHORE SCORE

Posted By Rod Teehan
Location: Long Island Freshwater
On October 23 I fished Hampton Pond from shore. Also known as Pequot Pond, Hampton is located in Westfield and Southampton, Massachusetts, a few miles from my home. At first I set up close to the old ramp at Lambert’s Beach inside Hampton Pond State Park. On one outfit I ...

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STRIPERS AND SEA-RUNS

Posted By Greg Metcalf
Location: South Shore Mass. to Maine
Stripers are being caught every day from Newburyport to the South Shore. Light tackle fishermen are having a ball chasing blitzing schoolies on the morning tides in front of Birch Beach and Duxbury Beach along the South Shore. November is definitely a transitional month for saltwater anglers in Northern New ...

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STRIPERS TURN ON

Posted By Geoffrey Lawrence
Location: West End South Long Island
Most boats only sailed a few times during the week and the weekend was a washout/blowout. However, on the days the boats sailed overall action was good to very good. Blackfish action remained steady with consistent reports of good numbers of shorts and a few keepers responding to bait rigs ...

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TOG BEST IN YEARS

Posted By Tony Salerno
Location: East End Long Island
Well as expect the weekend was lost to that nasty nor’easter that made a pit stop here on Long Island putting a halt on most fishing activities to the delight of the fish and the disappointment of fisherman. Truth be told, anglers had the right to be disappointed since the ...

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UNCLE!

Posted By Dave Anderson
Location: Connecticut
Good grief! Another week of wind and waves and then a massive nor’easter to top it all off, sometimes it feels like Mother Nature just wants us to give the fish a rest! History tells us that the albie bite will likely be over as the dust settles in the ...

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WHAT SPOT BURN?

Posted By Karen Wall
Location: Central New Jersey
The nor’easter may have kicked people off the water on Saturday, but early reports were that the ocean was cleaning up quickly and the false albacore and bonito were back and biting in the surf on Sunday. Striper hunters who’ve been waiting patiently for the bass should take heed of ...

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ANGLER’S CHOICE

Posted By Tom Melton
Location: South Shore Long Island
I was out on Thursday and the inlet at Moriches was 63 degrees! In fact, I ran across a massive school of snappers in the ocean just outside. With that, for this week, even though the weather has turned colder, I would try and head to one of the reefs ...

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BASS OR TROUT

Posted By Tom Melton
Location: Long Island Freshwater
For this week, trout and bass are the best options. For trout, hit any of the stocked lakes and streams with flies, small inline spinners or spoons. For bass, crankbaits banged off any kind of structure will surely get smacked. For bait, live shiners fished on a circle hook could ...

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