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TWO MORE SHOWS

Posted By Toby Lapinski
Location: New England
After a successful Striper Surf Day over the weekend at Rivers End Tackle, we have just two more events for the New England edition this year. First up on March 22 – 24, the New England Saltwater Fishing Show rolls into Providence, RI, for three days of saltwater fishing fun. ...

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IN LIKE A LION

Posted By Toby Lapinski
Location: New England
Let’s hope the old saying, “If March comes in like a lion, it goes out like a lamb” holds true this year. As I write this I just finished shoveling 6 inches of slush from my driveway and around the house from last night’s storm (it was too heavy for ...

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NJ’S FIRST KEEPER STRIPER

Posted By Jim Hutchinson, Jr.
Location: New Jersey & Delaware Bay
The first keeper striper registered during the 2019 spring season came for Beau Bosley with snow still on the ground on Friday morning, March 1. The 28-incher took bloodworm and earned Beau a gift certificate at Absecon Bay Sportsman Center. Pretty decent striped bass action reported from there, ...

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SPRING FISHING DRAWING CLOSE

Posted By Fred Golofaro
Location: Long Island, Metro NY
We dodged another bullet Sunday night into Monday as the anticipated snowstorm fizzled into another rainy mess, but whose complaining except teachers and students whose hope for a rare snow day were dashed by the well timed arrival of warmer temperatures than predicted. Well, it’s March, daylight savings is this ...

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CATCHIN’ COD & MORE

Posted By Toby Lapinski
Location: New England
While they’re not chewing the bottom off the boats just yet, the last week or so has seen—FINALLY—some improvement on the cod fishing off Block Island. Boats that were able to sneak out for a trip or two found eager fish in deep water along with some ling, big cunner ...

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COD ON SOUTH SHORE WRECKS

Posted By Fred Golofaro
Location: Long Island, Metro NY
There have been a few fair to good catches of cod reported in recent weeks by the couple of boats able to get away from the dock, among them the Laura Lee Express, the Capt. Al and the Super Hawk. The only recent herring news came from Bernie’s B&T in ...

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SHOW TIME IN AC

Posted By Jim Hutchinson, Jr.
Location: New Jersey & Delaware Bay
It was a quiet February along the northern coast. Reports showed the few boats that did fish the inshore and offshore waters found picky catches of tog, cod, and ling. The second half of February saw some spotty fishing off the piers along the lower Hudson River with perch, tommycod ...

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COD CATCHES IMPROVE ON SOUTH SHORE

Posted By Fred Golofaro
Location: Long Island, Metro NY
This past weekend produced a couple of encouraging reports from South Shore wrecks where Capt. Tom Weiss of the Capt. Al reported a decent day of cod fishing on Sunday. The catch included some good size fish, along with a good number of smaller cod. Fishing was done in 80 ...

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STEADY AS SHE GOES

Posted By Toby Lapinski
Location: New England
If nothing else, the 2018-2019 winter in New England has been consistent—consistently bad that is! Not that I wish for an extended deep freeze, but I’d like to see enough cold weather to make ice fishing more than just an option for those living a ways inland. And what makes ...

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TOMS TO TUCKAHOE PERCH

Posted By Jim Hutchinson, Jr.
Location: New Jersey & Delaware Bay
“The worm has turned, right into the shop,” said Dave Showell at Absecon Bay Sportsman this week as he announced the delivery of another load of fresh bloodworms. Bloods are harvested in Maine by a syndicate of diggers, so getting fat, juicy worms at a good price is ...

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