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STRUCTURED SUCCESS

Posted By Eric Burnley
Location: DE, MD & Chesapeake Bay
Most of the fishing last week took place in the Delaware Bay, its tidal creeks and tributaries. The bay reef sites were very productive as were hard structure like the Inner and Outer walls and the Ice Breakers. With a break in the weather boats should be able ...

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TROUT AFTER DARK

Posted By Rod Teehan
Location: New England Freshwater
A long time ago in mid-autumn of 1977 the Massachusetts Division of Fisheries and Wildlife very pleasantly surprised local anglers by releasing a slug of big brown trout into Hampton (Pequot) Pond in Westfield/Southampton. The browns were mostly 2- to 4-pounders with a handful of larger specimens mixed-in. Because they ...

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TUNA TIME

Posted By Pat Vogt
Location: New England Offshore
Well, if you have been waiting for the bluefin to really fire up on the Cape, that time has definitely come. A bite that has been steadily improving for the past several weeks is hitting what may be the peak of the season. Smaller fish are regularly falling to surface ...

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ALBACORE GALORE

Posted By Tony Salerno
Location: East End Long Island
With fluke season now in the sunset, it’s time to kick into fall mode and take advantage of the great bottom and hopefully striper fishing that’s ahead in the next couple of months. In the meantime, quality striped bass off the Montauk Lighthouse continues to be the main attraction during ...

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ALBIE ALLEY

Posted By J. B. Kasper
Location: Northern NJ & Hudson River
Striped bass fishing continues to build in the lower Hudson and Raritan Bay. However, so far only the mullet have started to move out of the rivers and bays. Most of the bigger bass are being caught in New York Harbor and in the lower bay after dark by boat ...

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BASS AND BLUEFIN

Posted By Greg Metcalf
Location: South Shore Mass. to Maine
October is an interesting month on the saltwater fishing scene in New England. Huge schools of migrating bluefish and stripers along with the shorter days and cooler weather makes for interesting times. It is way too soon to think about putting your fishing tackle away for the season. There are ...

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BAY STRIPERS

Posted By Bob Misak
Location: Southern New Jersey
The past week in Southern New Jersey was a transitional one as folks abandoned the fluke. The Mullica River started to see some keeper bass, most of them tag fish at 24 to 27 inches, and the Great Egg River has been giving up some sheepshead if you find and ...

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BETTER BASSIN’

Posted By Charley Soares
Location: Cape Cod & The Islands
A charter skipper with over 50 years’ experience said he had never seen a September like this but recalls one that came close. When the cooler temperatures of October rolled around the fish way up in Maine and off the upper Mass coast began moving down and providing some of ...

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BLITZING BLUEFIN

Posted By Pat Vogt
Location: New England Offshore
As we head deeper into the fall, the fish are certainly starting to respond to the call of the season. Bluefin around Cape Cod, and further to the north on Stellwagen, were found blasting bait on the surface with increased gusto. Better yet, the fish are taking artificials, such as ...

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BLOWFISH COMEBACK

Posted By Geoffrey Lawrence
Location: West End South Long Island
The lowly and often neglected blowfish are making a comeback in our waters. It started a few weeks ago and this week they really picked up steam. The bays waters along the Wantagh bridges and all the way to Babylon saw loads and loads of blowfish being caught on clams ...

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