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BACK BAY BONANZA

Posted By Bob Misak
Location: Southern New Jersey
The past week in South Jersey saw a definite increase in the flounder fishing and hot spots like Ships Channel and the areas behind Atlantic City brought forth some flatfish to 5 pounds and better. Anglers are also getting into a few fluke in the surf and with water ...

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BETTER FLUKIN’

Posted By Dave Anderson
Location: Connecticut
After a very short warm spell, we’re kind of stuck back in a pattern that feels more like early October than late June. This has seemed to slow down the progression of just about every local fishery so far. I’m trying to look at this as a positive, I see ...

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BIG BASS ON THE TROLL AND IMPROVED FLUKING

Posted By Geoffrey Lawrence
Location: West End South Long Island
Fluke and bass will continue to be the top items on angler’s menus. Bay fluking is holding steady at the Wantagh bridges with Jones and Reynolds Channel producing good catches of shorts and some keepers. In the bay the best depths were 15 to 30-ft. On the outside the McAllister ...

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FLUKE FISHING A GOOD BET THIS WEEK

Posted By Tony Salerno
Location: East End Long Island
With the mass amount of sand eels that have moved into Mecca this week, the fluke fishing is on the upswing once again and should really rebound big time at the Cartwright and Frisbee Grounds once the nasty swells settle down. The rips up front of the lighthouse and the ...

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LOOKING AHEAD

Posted By Charley Soares
Location: Cape Cod & The Islands
This Thursday June 16, 2017 was the 50th anniversary of Charlie Cinto’s catch of the Massachusetts state record, 73-pound striper that has yet to be broken. Our plan was to meet early at my home and head to Sakonnet to get the 60 he is still missing to complete his ...

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LOTS OF OPTIONS

Posted By Greg Metcalf
Location: South Shore Mass. to Maine
The sea conditions this past week has made the offshore fishing and even inshore boat fishing very difficult, but those who ventured out did quite well. Striped bass continue to move through the area in waves with schools of fish consisting of small schoolies on up to legit cows being ...

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MANASQUAN INLET REEF

Posted By Karen Wall
Location: Central New Jersey
If you're looking for striped bass fishing or bluefish, patience continues to be the key. If you work at it, you will be rewarded — just ask the guys who caught the 57-pounder. She was photographed and then safely released, they assured me. The hot talk is fluke. Not so ...

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POORMAN’S YELLOWFIN

Posted By Eric Burnley
Location: DE, MD & Chesapeake Bay
Fishing over ocean structure for flounder and sea bass will be the best bet for those who work the inshore grounds. The Old Grounds has seen fair action and, according to reports from charter boat captains, it is getting better every day. Those who can make the offshore run ...

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SCUP HIT RHODY

Posted By John Hanecak
Location: Rhode Island
A number of the reports this past week mention good numbers of scup being caught in Rhode Island. Some big “dinner plate” scup are being found on the south side of Block, and shore-based anglers are finding fish along the South County rocky beaches and breachways. Keep in mind that ...

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SOLID ACTION WITH PORGIES AND STRIPERS

Posted By Bob Danielson
Location: North Shore Long Island
The fluke fishing has been slowing down over the past week with many of the fish being under the legal 19 inch size limit. The huge numbers of sea robins on the bottom have also been hampering the fluking too. There are still plenty of the fluke around as we ...

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