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TROUT OR BASS?

Posted By Tom Melton
Location: Long Island Freshwater
 Although a lot of anglers are honing in on the recent trout stockings, there are still bass around as well. For trout, all of the stocked lakes are producing. Belmont, in spite of not being on the fall stocking list did receive a stocking according to the superintendent there. Argyle, ...

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TUNA & BASS

Posted By Charley Soares
Location: Cape Cod & The Islands
 This has all the earmarks of being a very long striper and tuna season. Everywhere from Boston to Plymouth to Buzzards Bay and to the west there are schoolies providing a great deal of action. If you want to insure a larger fish then put away your standard bass tackle ...

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XMAS ALBIES?

Posted By Dave Anderson
Location: Connecticut
 This has been an unbelievable year for albies. Because I make the calls for the surf report also, I get the lowdown on the albie bite all across New England and it’s still good from lower Cape Cod to the Vineyard to the West End of the Canal through Buzzards ...

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A FALL POTPOURI

Posted By Tony Salerno
Location: East End Long Island
 As predicted, bottom fishing took off faster than a rocket ship once the barricades were removed from Uncle Sam’s waterway this week as scores of jumbo sea bass, jumbo scup and market to mid-size green cod stole the show from the local striper scene as most charter, open and private ...

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BABYLON CUP RESULTS

Posted By Fred Golofaro
Location: Long Island Surf
 Just when it looked like the fall run was building some momentum, it seemed to take a step back in many areas this week. Very little in the way of consistent action in most places, with the North Fork one of the few exceptions where a mix of bass, big ...

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BACK BAY STRIPERS

Posted By Bob Misak
Location: Southern New Jersey
 The past week in South Jersey has been steady once again now that the sea bass season is open, and anglers had a reason to get out front, and the weather to do so. Some nice sized humpbacks were found by rail huggers and a couple fish over 5-pounds were ...

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BASS ACTION HEATS UP

Posted By Tom Melton
Location: South Shore Long Island
 Finally it appears the fall run of stripers has arrived in full force…well not full force, but at least in a positive way. Anglers trolling outside this past week had bass over 40 pounds, and I also learned the action to the east was good on the pods. The night ...

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BLACKFISH TO 13 POUNDS

Posted By Bob Danielson
Location: North Shore Long Island
 The weakfish that were hanging around in the area for the past few weeks seem to have moved on. They were sure a big and welcomed surprise for everyone on the North Shore this season. There are still plenty of false albacore roaming around from one end of the Island ...

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DON’T BE FOOLED

Posted By Dave Anderson
Location: New England Surf
 I’ve been battling a nasty cold all week, complete with a 103 fever and rampant insomnia so I haven’t gotten out at all since last Saturday night. With that said there are still plenty of fish on the move no matter where you live. There are still teen bass up ...

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FALL ARRIVES

Posted By J. B. Kasper
Location: New Jersey Freshwater
 Finally I think the cooler weather is here to say. Water temps in the sweetwater have dropped into a more seasonal level and the fall feed is on in most waters. With water temps in the mid to low 60s most of the better fishing is on minnows, either live-lined ...

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