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A TROPHY RUN

Posted By J. B. Kasper
Location: Northern NJ & Hudson River
May 25 kicks off our 104 days of the 2017 fluke season; so what the heck get out there and get in on the fluke fishing early and often. The past week’s fishing along the northern coast was a combination of poor early week sea conditions, the first heat ...

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BLUEFIN ARRIVE

Posted By Tom Pagliaroli
Location: Central New Jersey
Fluke, then sea bass; and then you can sea bass and fluke! The long-awaited double header arrives this week, with the fluke getting off to a three at 18-inch size limit starting Thursday; while many folks in Northern Ocean County are a little tweaked by the fact that the season ...

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DECENT OPENING TO FLUKE SEASON

Posted By Tom Melton
Location: South Shore Long Island
The weather broke and fluke season opened this past week, but then a cold front came in and slowed down activity. During the week however fares on party boats scored with fluke, although many were shorts. The bass and bluefish action continues to build, but again, there were a lot ...

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EXCELLENT START TO FLUKE SEASON

Posted By Bob Danielson
Location: North Shore Long Island
The fluke fishing has been fantastic since the season opened. There are plenty of shorts in the mix but there is no shortage of keepers according to the reports I have been getting. The fish have been all over the bottom from one end of the Sound to the other. ...

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FLUKE AND STRIPERS OFF TO FAST START

Posted By Tony Salerno
Location: East End Long Island
Striped bass really kicked it up several notches this week as the linesiders have come alive both in the Race and all around Montauk Point. While most of the fish are in the 25 to 32 inch range, there are plenty of fish pushing the scales between 20 and 35 ...

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FLUKE SEASON OPENS THIS WEDNESDAY

Posted By Geoffrey Lawrence
Location: West End South Long Island
It's your choice. Go for bass, blues or summer flatties. The opening days of summer flattie season were pretty good. Shorts are in good supply and there were a decent amount of keepers. Party boats had pool fish that ran from 3-1/2 to 6-pounds. Most fish were captured on bucktails ...

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LOTS OF VARIETY

Posted By Greg Metcalf
Location: South Shore Mass. to Maine
There is a lot going on this week from striped bass to 50 pounds and a pair of halibut weighing 50 and 70 pounds apiece landed and all the haddock you can handle. Striped bass really invaded local waters this week with a massive slug of sub-legal fish arriving. There ...

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SEA BASS STARTER

Posted By John Hanecak
Location: Rhode Island
Fishing is likely to bust wide open this week with increased numbers of fluke, striped bass and squid moving into Rhode Island waters. A fluke trip makes a lot of sense for this coming week while keeping an eye out for schools or striped bass and bunker which have been ...

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SEA BASSIN’ SOLID

Posted By Eric Burnley
Location: DE, MD & Chesapeake Bay
Inshore and surf fishermen will still find plenty of big blues when the wind blows out of the east. Cut bunker or mullet is the top bait and most reports put the fish close to the beach. Over the weekend all of the ocean beaches and the inlet produced good ...

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SEVERAL FISHERIES BLOSSOMING

Posted By Dave Anderson
Location: Connecticut
Fluking has started off with a real bang and your best bet is to pick from one of these three spots and go take your fill. Peconic Bay, Isabella and Greenport have all been putting out some really nice fluke this week—the common denominator is squid. Bring your whole squid, ...

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