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DON’T SLEEP

Posted By Dave Anderson
Location: Connecticut
This is a funny time of year, and that’s not a play on the ‘funny fish’ fever that’s overtaken the land. It’s funny because it often still feels like summer and can lull you to sleep in a sense. Some people don’t get ‘up’ for the fall run until it ...

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DREAM BOAT SEA BASS

Posted By Tom Melton
Location: South Shore Long Island
As fluke season is now behind us, this is probably a good week to think about your fall strategy. The Dream Boat Contest is ongoing until the end of November and in my opinion, could be won by any angler willing to devote some time on the water this fall. ...

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DREAM TOG

Posted By Karen Wall
Location: Central New Jersey
The hot topics have been blowfish and porgies. Blowfishing continues to be very productive in many places for those who want to stay inside the bay. If your preference is the ocean, the porgies are filling buckets while everyone waits impatiently for sea bass season to reopen. Blues are all ...

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FALL ACTION

Posted By Tom Melton
Location: Long Island Freshwater
For this week, the bass bite along with trout should continue to build as the waters cool down. Bass will be looking to fatten, while trout will get more and more active as fall hatches emerge and the waters cool. Fish the sunny side of the lakes for bass, and ...

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FINALLY SOME BLUES

Posted By Toby Lapinski
Location: New England Surf
If you’ve been paying attention this year, then you likely noticed that bluefish have been almost as tough to come by as weakfish. There wasn’t much of a spring run along the South Cape beaches, the summer bite never really kicked in along the RI shore, and bassmen chunking in ...

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MAKOS AND MAHI

Posted By Tony Gatto
Location: Long Island Offshore
Mahi mahi for the smoker. These fish seem to be everywhere. They are still here in good numbers and responding well to many methods of catching them. Live-lining and live chumming seems to be the most productive method by far. So try to fill the live well before you head ...

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MIXED BAG

Posted By Eric Burnley
Location: DE, MD & Chesapeake Bay
Like a broken record, the weather keeps repeating itself over and over. High winds and rough seas made for dirty water inshore while keeping boats at the dock. Saturday the conditions improved and we saw more fish taken from the ocean and bay. Flounder at the Old Grounds will be ...

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MORE MULTI-SPECIES FUN

Posted By Rod Teehan
Location: New England Freshwater
On September 20 I fished Lake Buel, a 196-acre Great Pond located mostly in Monterey partly in New Marlborough in the Berkshire Hills of Western Massachusetts. Through the 1980s into the early 90s Chris Labucki (Carpist) and I spent a great deal of time at Buel targeting trophy northern pike. ...

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NON-STOP PORGIES

Posted By Geoffrey Lawrence
Location: North Shore Long Island
It was another slow week for reports due to the weather. However, this week the weather is clearing and there are some sunny days ahead. Porgies are once again going non-stop. The scup grounds have also yielded some weakfish, blues, sea bass and kingfish. Sea bass action showed some slight ...

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OCTOBER ALREADY

Posted By John Hanecak
Location: Rhode Island
The tenth month of the year is one of my favorites as it offers a wide variety of options for anglers. Shore fishing should be productive throughout the month as striped bass, bluefish and false albacore feed heavily on their migration. Boaters will have even more options as tautog fishing ...

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