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SURF TAKING SHAPE

Posted By Fred Golofaro
Location: Long Island Surf
Some encouraging signs this week that could bode well for the October surf scene. Montauk’s rips received a new infusion of big bass but the action has been limited to diamond jigging by boatmen taking advantage of an abundance of large sand eels up to 10 inches in length. The ...

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ALBIE FEVER TAKES HOLD

Posted By Tony Salerno
Location: East End Long Island
The false albacore have arrived. In fact, some areas have had them for the better part of two weeks, while the start of the albacore blitzes along the east end did not begin until the beginning of this past week. Just outside of Shinnecock Inlet has been red hot and ...

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ALBIES TURN ON

Posted By Fred Golofaro
Location: Long Island Surf
Action along the South Shore and North and South forks continues to build with most of the activity centering around small blues and small stripers, along with increasing numbers of albies. Albies have finally established themselves on the East End, giving casters another option to small blues and bass. In ...

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AND… IT’S FALL

Posted By Dave Anderson
Location: Connecticut
It feels like fall, the weather is unpredictable like fall, I made pot roast the other night, the fish are eating like it’s fall so… it’s fall. Albies are in full swing in the eastern Sound and have made their presence known as far west as Norwalk. I don’t think ...

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AT THE EDGE

Posted By Karen Wall
Location: Central New Jersey
With fluke season over and sea bass a couple of weeks away, a lot of folks are turning their attention other options. Thankfully, there are fish to be caught. Porgy fishing has been productive and there are blackfish and triggerfish in the mix. The weather has been pesky, but the ...

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BASS TO BLUEFIN

Posted By Greg Metcalf
Location: South Shore Mass. to Maine
September signals a major change in the weather pattern. High winds, big seas and tons of seaweed can really put a damper on the fishing pressure. That said there is always eventual calm after the high seas and inclement weather. There is still plenty of good fishing in September....

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BEST BASSING NOW

Posted By Tom Melton
Location: Long Island Freshwater
For this week, and for me, it marks the beginning of some of the best bass action of the year on Long Island. Sure, we get a nice spring/early summer fishery, but largemouths and smallmouths on Long Island will begin to put the feed bag on, especially with the weather ...

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COUNTING SHEEP

Posted By Eric Burnley
Location: DE, MD & Chesapeake Bay
It was another week of rough seas, but towards the end of the week boats were able to leave the dock. The water inshore remains dirty due to the recent string of storms and this has hampered flounder fishing. This week doesn’t look too good as more northeast winds ...

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CRAPPIE ROD

Posted By Rod Teehan
Location: New England Freshwater
Back on May 21 while angling for big crappies at Webster Lake in Webster, MA, I got to test one of Dick Banasieski’s 7-foot Wally Marshall crappie rods. For decades I’d been using a 5-foot ultralight spinning rod for panfish and thoroughly enjoyed every fish caught on the dainty stick. ...

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FEEL THE FEVER

Posted By John Hanecak
Location: Rhode Island
Albie fever is in full swing right now with fish being caught both from shore and by boat from one end of the Ocean State to the other. There is an absolute smorgasbord of small bait including peanuts, silversides and bay anchovies for them to feast on, and the bigger ...

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