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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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BACK BAY FIESTA HOT!

Posted By Karen Wall
Location: Central New Jersey
Small bluefish are in abundance but the opening of sea bass season will be where the attention is this week. The consistency of the throwbacks is promising for those who’ve been waiting to keep them again. If you haven’t been blowfishing, there’s still time for that, too....

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BREACHWAY ETIQUETTE

Posted By Toby Lapinski
Location: New England Surf
Leading into the weekend I took a run to one of the Rhode Island breachways for an evening tide. The winds lined up nicely, and with all the fish around I figured it was a good call. And while my score for the night of a pair of high-teen bass ...

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FALL BITE IS ON

Posted By Tony Salerno
Location: East End Long Island
 Fishing on the East End can only be described as fast and furious. Whether tossing tins or top water baits for false albacore, bonito and bluefish, or jigging diamonds on the flood tide in front of the lighthouse for stripers or sinker bouncing up a limit of big scup and ...

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FALL BONANZA

Posted By Greg Metcalf
Location: South Shore Mass. to Maine
There is a plethora of saltwater appetizers on the menu for fishermen in southern New England this week. Although the commercial tuna season is closed until December first, the recreational release fishery it is a great time to enjoy tuna fishing for the amazing sport fishing experience that it is. ...

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INSHORE TUNA HOT!

Posted By J. B. Kasper
Location: Northern NJ & Hudson River
Raritan Bay and surrounding waters are still loaded with schools of baitfish, which have had no incentive to move out of the bays and rivers because of the above normal water temps. As a result small stripers and blues, with some weakfish remain in a holding pattern along the lower ...

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MIXED ACTION

Posted By Charley Soares
Location: Cape Cod & The Islands
If it wasn’t for bad weather we wouldn’t have had much else over the past week. The most consistent action this week has once again been the Canal. It’s not hot but it is better than much of the other areas that were shut down by gusty northeast winds and ...

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