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TOUGH TOGGING

Posted By John Hanecak
Location: Rhode Island
It was a tough week of blackfishing across much of Rhode Island thanks in no small part to the almost constant near-gale-force winds seen throughout the week. Those who were able to find protected water and hide from the wind and surf were rewarded with some very good action, however. ...

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TUNA, BASS & TOG

Posted By Charley Soares
Location: Cape Cod & The Islands
Getting fishing information was difficult this week with wind and weather conditions much less than desirable, so many anglers decided to just wait it out. Seas in western Buzzards Bay at times resembled the North Atlantic in a storm, but a few guys fishing Woods Hole and protected shoreline rockpiles ...

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WIND MACHINE

Posted By Pat Vogt
Location: New England Offshore
It seems that we have endured a seemingly endless barrage of gusty winds and high seas. These back-to-back wind patterns are what offshore fishermen fear the most about the autumn season, as they can leave everyone tied tightly to the dock for a week at a time. These patterns are ...

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BASS ACTION IMPROVING

Posted By Tom Melton
Location: South Shore Long Island
With blackfish season now open, I would push anglers towards the bridges, rough ocean bottom or local reefs outside Fire Island and Moriches. The blackfish should be readily biting, and a well-placed green crab, clam or blackfish jig will surely pout a few fillets in the cooler. I like the ...

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BASS AND ALBIE BLITZ

Posted By Tony Salerno
Location: East End Long Island
Man oh man where do I start? How about the super striped bass fishing happening while trolling tubes and parachutes or diamond jigging the rips out in front of the Montauk Lighthouse, Great Eastern and the Elbow. In addition, its game on inside Plum Gut, the Race and the Sluiceway ...

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CHUNKIN’

Posted By Toby Lapinski
Location: New England Surf
Fishing chunks is not for everyone, but there is simply no denying that it can be extremely productive. With fish on the move as they are right now, fishing a stretch of shoreline with some fresh chunks of mackerel or bunker is most certain to yield some fish. And if ...

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COLD SNAP

Posted By Dave Anderson
Location: Connecticut
Things are about to get decidedly fall-like here in New England. I’m sure you’ve already felt it, maybe you’ve put the comforter back on the bed or lit the woodstove for the first time since May, but it’s coming. We’ve had a very summerlike fall so far and this has ...

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DEL-JERSEY-LAND

Posted By Eric Burnley
Location: DE, MD & Chesapeake Bay
Fishing was pretty good off the Delaware Coast before Mike stopped by. Sea bass fishing was excellent at the Del-Jersey-Land Reef with some flounder and triggerfish mixed in the catch. The surf and inlet were loaded with small blues and the occasional flounder, croaker and spot. Delaware Bay reef sites ...

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EAST END BASS BLITZ

Posted By Fred Golofaro
Location: Long Island Surf
The East End ocean beaches through Southampton East Hampton lit up with quality stripers from Friday night through Sunday morning, shattering any inklings that this fall would be a repeat of the last couple of years where short stripers dominated the Island’s surf and even a keeper was hard to ...

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FALL STOCKING UNDERWAY

Posted By Tom Melton
Location: Long Island Freshwater
Before we get into the reports this week, a big shout out goes to my buddy Marc Deschenes of VIP Adventures in South Carolina. I was down for four days of great action on largemouths on his 11 private lakes, that’s right 11 lakes! Marc has groomed these lakes with ...

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