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BIG BASS HIT BEACH

Posted By Fred Golofaro
Location: Long Island Surf
There was another shot of big bass along the South Fork this week as Southampton anglers found bunker pinned tight to the beach between Coopers Beach and Mecox. Montauk also saw a few big bass fall to casters, highlighted by a 52 pounder from under the light. On the North ...

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BY BOAT & BEACH

Posted By Bob Misak
Location: Southern New Jersey
The past week in South Jersey saw a steady pick of flounder in most back-bay locations, but a hard-blowing south wind saw it to be a bit of work for most to scratch together limits of flatfish. With the reefs out in front beginning to show some action on bigger ...

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COW BASS ARRIVE

Posted By Tony Salerno
Location: East End Long Island
The great anticipation is over. The big striped bass have arrived and are settling in the rips surrounding Montauk Point as well as to the south and east. The bass arrived on Thursday and these girls are big, mainly in the 30 to 45 pound range. The fish are hungry ...

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EASY SEA BASS LIMITS

Posted By Tom Melton
Location: South Shore Long Island
What is swimming and active this week for anglers to target and have some fun? Well, for starters you could always hop on the outside structure for sea bass. The biscuits are active and feeding fast. Your limit is easily obtainable with a clam bait and jig or hi-lo rig. ...

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EXCELLENT SEA BASS

Posted By Geoffrey Lawrence
Location: West End South Long Island
The sea bass season has gotten off to a rousing start. Party, charter and private boats have reported limited catches. Local reefs such as Atlantic Beach Reef and the McAllister Grounds are providing top shelf activity. The biscuits are hungry and will devour clams and squid. Fluke are still enjoying ...

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HOT SHARKING & BETTER BLUEFIN

Posted By Pat Vogt
Location: New England Offshore
If you enjoy sharking, now is your time to shine. Just about every well-known shark spot is producing, with a mixed-bag of blues, makos, and threshers still available. Some decent sharks were even plucked from under bluefish and adult bunker schools relatively close to shore, so do not neglect to ...

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MANASQUAN MONSTERS

Posted By Karen Wall
Location: Central New Jersey
Ling fishing has been strong while anglers waited for sea bass to reopen but fluke fishing continues to get a lot of attention with a few big fish coming out of the Manasquan area which is where the folks from Hoffman’s Marina weighed in a 9.55-pounder for Leonard Grieco of ...

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NIGHTTIME BASSIN’

Posted By Tom Melton
Location: Long Island Freshwater
The heat is on and the bass have headed for cover…and I don’t mean they have disappeared, they have headed for cover! Fish the lily pad fields, stumps, lay downs and any area they can be sheltered from the heat. The best action is going to be early in the ...

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OFFSHORE OPTIONS

Posted By Greg Metcalf
Location: South Shore Mass. to Maine
The first week in July is typically the true beginning of offshore fishing for sharks, bluefin tuna and exotic canyon species like marlin, bigeye tuna, wahoo, mahi, swordfish, longfin albacore and yellowfin. As offshore Gulf Stream warm core eddies break off and circulate onto the shelf waters of the Northeast ...

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PORGY AND BASS

Posted By Bob Danielson
Location: North Shore Long Island
The porgy bite has been really good this past week according to all the reports I received. And with all of the sea bass mixing in with them that’s the week’s best bet. The porgies are all over the place with some sizable fish in the mix. We heard about ...

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