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BASS ACTION IMPROVING

Posted By Tom Melton
Location: South Shore Long Island
 I know. I know, I have said it for the last several weeks, but I truly believe that this is the week striper action really will kick into high gear. Last year, the best action began around the 23rd, and with cooler temps due in all week, I think by ...

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BEST BET – SHEEPSHEAD!

Posted By Eric Burnley
Location: DE, MD & Chesapeake Bay
 Delaware’s sea bass season will reopen in October 22 and until then the best bet remains sheepshead fishing on bay structure. The Inner and Outer walls, the Ice Breakers and bay reef sites all hold these fish. Small tog with a few keepers have been caught from the same ...

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CAPE COD CONSISTENCY

Posted By Pat Vogt
Location: New England Offshore
 It is finally starting to feel like fall; the air is getting crisp, the leaves are turning, and the tuna are putting on the feedbag before making their eventual exit from our waters. Much like last week, the waters all around Cape Cod have been the best bet for tuna ...

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CLASSIC FALL BASS RUN

Posted By Tony Salerno
Location: East End Long Island
 Quite simply, the striper fishing remains as solid as it has all this spring and summer. Most if not all the charter and open boat captains are delighted with the “Good Ole Classic Montauk Fall Striped Bass” run, which has been absent from Mecca for the past several years, until ...

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DARKTOBER

Posted By Dave Anderson
Location: Connecticut
 Bass fishing seems to be waking up again in at least a few places along Long Island Sound. The area surrounding the Housatonic River has been picking up and even produced a 52-pounder for a surfcaster slinging a pencil popper on Columbus Day morning. The big slug of bass that ...

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FALL TROUT STOCKING

Posted By Tom Melton
Location: Long Island Freshwater
 The cooler weather should continue to spur action on Long Island. Cooler weather means bass will begin to fatten up. Fish faster moving or reaction baits – cranks, jerkbaits, swimbaits or spinnerbaits in lighter colors. Trout should be stocked in most ponds by the week’s end, so get out the ...

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HIT OR MISS

Posted By J. B. Kasper
Location: New Jersey Freshwater
 Yet again warmer than normal temperatures resulted in hit or miss fall fishing action. Decent water levels worked out well for the fall stocking in the streams and first reports show fair fishing in most waters. On the bass fishing front fishing continued to be hit or miss as warmer ...

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IMPROVING FORECAST

Posted By Tom Pagliaroli
Location: New Jersey Offshore
 Another week of ugly weather and very sporty-to-heaving seas made for far and few encounters with yellowfin, longfin, swordfish and mahi in the north to south canyons. Once again, the hope is that this coming week’s into weekend’s conditions will be favorable and jump start a canyon season that never ...

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LATE STRIPERS

Posted By Greg Metcalf
Location: South Shore Mass. to Maine
 The inshore fishing is definitely on the wane but so is the amount of fishing pressure. The anglers that continue to fish are sure to be rewarded so keep at it. There are still some real big fish that are on the move. If you are looking for a trophy ...

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MONSTERS ARRIVE

Posted By Karen Wall
Location: Central New Jersey
 The reopening of black sea bass season on Sunday, October 22 has many anglers and captains chomping at the bit. The ones who’ve been porgy fishing have thrown back a lot keeper-size sea bass, something that’s not good for the fish. The storm that moved through during the week forced ...

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