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SOLID BLUEFIN BITE

Posted By Tony Gatto
Location: Long Island Offshore
The bluefin bite seemed to slow down during the heat wave. There is still plenty of life on the 30 fathom curve. Deep diving plugs, chatter side trackers, and Joe Shutes bally combo all been all producing well. Guys have been scoring jigging when trolling doesn’t produce. There have been ...

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TROPICAL STORM CHRIS CRASHING THE PARTY

Posted By Pat Vogt
Location: New England Offshore
Just as things were developing in the canyons, we have a tropical storm headed to New England that looks as if it will impact our offshore fishing grounds. Last week, a mix of school yellowfin and bluefin were being caught from West Atlantis to Veatch canyons, with marlin, bigeye, and ...

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WHERE ARE THE BLUES?

Posted By Toby Lapinski
Location: New England Surf
I’ve written about it before, but bluefish simply do not get the respect which they deserve. They’ve saved more than a few trips for me when the striped bass forgot to come out to play, and pound-for-pound they fight harder than any striped bass I have ever caught. It has ...

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“EXCELLENT PORGY FISHING”

Posted By J. B. Kasper
Location: Northern NJ & Hudson River
Just when you think the weather can’t get any crazier, it does. The early week super heat wave, Thursday’s drown pours and the weekend nor-east winds combined to short circuit most of the fishing along the northern coast. While fluke fishing saw a nice improvement in the ocean and remained ...

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“SEA BASS ARE BITING”

Posted By Karen Wall
Location: Central New Jersey
Fluke fishing got mixed reports depending on where you are but no one seemed to be disappointed with the action, including those fishing on the beach. Sea bass are biting and creating fun. And with the weather having cooled a little the bite may pick up this week. On ...

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“SLOT STRIPER ACTION”

Posted By Eric Burnley
Location: DE, MD & Chesapeake Bay
The weekend was a blow out as thunderstorms on Friday followed by strong north to northeast winds on Saturday and Sunday kept boats in port and made surf fishing a bit difficult. Prior to the bad weather, flounder fishing was showing slight signs of improvement and there were croaker ...

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“SOME BIGGER FLOUNDER”

Posted By Bob Misak
Location: Southern New Jersey
The past week remained somewhat steady and anglers are still reaping the benefit of some nice keeper flounder in Atlantic and Cape May county waters. Absecon Bay has been giving it up since the fluke season began, and now some bigger flounder have moved onto the snag lands out front. ...

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13-POUND, 3-OUNCE FLUKE

Posted By J. B. Kasper
Location: Northern NJ & Hudson River
Warmer weather we are having is sure to push the water temps into their summer levels and this should bring some better fishing with it. Fluke fishing is already producing some better numbers, and some nice flatties hammered scales along the northern coast. Sea bass opened back up on Sunday ...

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BANNER SEA BASS BITE

Posted By Charley Soares
Location: Cape Cod & The Islands
Because the black sea bass have been attacking and skinning my tubes, this is the week to work on catching a limit of a great-eating species that is right up there with the summer flounder (some even consider the black sea bass more palatable.) The bottom is literally paved with ...

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BASSIN’ TO THE 4th

Posted By Dave Anderson
Location: Connecticut
The striper fishing in the Sound is really taking it’s time moving east this year. Right now the epicenter of big bass activity in the Sound seems to be between Milford and Fairfield where chunking and eeling are taking some big fish, well into the 40-pound range. Block Island also ...

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