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BITERS TO THE SOUTH, QUIET UP NORTH

Posted By Pat Vogt
Location: New England Offshore
Now in the third week of offshore reports, we finally have some reliable reports of tuna in the canyons; a testament to how truly behind we are on this season’s development. The area between the Fish Tails and approximately 30 miles to its south gave up tuna for multiple boats ...

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BLACK AND BLUE

Posted By Charley Soares
Location: Cape Cod & The Islands
Black sea bass still top the menu both on the Vineyard and Nantucket Sound side and throughout most of western Buzzards Bay. Sea bass are hard hitting, great eating fish that are now very plentiful so take advantage of a great bite in these locations. You don’t need bait for ...

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FINE FLUKING, FINALLY

Posted By Toby Lapinski
Location: Rhode Island
With this coming weekend’s Fluke Til Ya Puke tournament set to take over the South Shore of Rhode Island, it is fitting that this week’s fishing reports are dominated by big fluke! After starting off hot, and then going slow, the fishing has more than made up for the slow-down ...

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FLUKING IMPROVES

Posted By Karen Wall
Location: Central New Jersey
Where to start? Sea bass is good. Fluking is good whether you’re surf fishing, bay fishing or river fishing, though the inside spots have the edge. And the offshore scene exploded last week by all reports. Consistency is getting better… if only we could catch a break from the weather ...

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GET OUT NOW

Posted By Dave Anderson
Location: Connecticut
At this point it’s clear; all local fish migrations are behind schedule by one to as many as three weeks, depending who you ask. We had a cold relentless and unending winter, and the spring has been mostly cool so water temps have been slow to rise… fish and baitfish ...

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HIT THE INLETS

Posted By Fred Golofaro
Location: Long Island Surf
A quieter week overall as the Peconic Bay bass bite seems to have fizzled and bluefish action in many areas has slipped in size and numbers. Big stripers remain scarce although Nick Bocchino put a 43.5 pounder on the scale at Paulie’s to take the lead in the Surfmasters’ Spring ...

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HOT BASSIN’

Posted By Tom Melton
Location: Long Island Freshwater
For this week, stick to largemouths in the local ponds. The fish are actively feeding on top in the early a.m., and smacking the heck out of jigs and worms fished on the bottom. There is nothing like a topwater ambush in the early a.m. For panfish fanatics, the little ...

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JUNE NEW MOON

Posted By Toby Lapinski
Location: New England Surf
This Wednesday is the new moon of June, a fabled phase of the moon that traditionally produces large striped bass in the surf up and down the striper coast. For me it also marks the beginning of the transition from spring fish on the move to summer resident fish. But, ...

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OFFSHORE ACTION

Posted By Eric Burnley
Location: DE, MD & Chesapeake Bay
Flounder fishing showed some improvement last week with keepers caught from the pier on Cape Henlopen State Park, Massey’s Ditch, the VFW Slough and the Lewes and Rehoboth Canal. A jig with a Gulp! mullet or crawfish in bright colors has been the hottest setup. The offshore bite really took ...

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POST-SPAWN TIME

Posted By Rod Teehan
Location: New England Freshwater
Beginning any day now and continuing into early July largemouth and smallmouth bass will be in post-spawn mode. After being absent from skinny water since the end of spawning activities, both black bass species of all sizes and in substantial numbers will once again appear in the shallows. You can ...

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