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Flounder On Tap This Weekend

Posted By Bob Danielson
Location: North Shore Long Island
We welcomed spring this past week to a blustery and cold weather pattern. I don’t think that it will slow things down too much though. The fishing has already gotten going with the best bet for this week being the local freshwater fishing. Fishing for trout has been where most ...

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Waiting On Fluke Regs

Posted By Geoffrey Lawrence
Location: West End South Long Island
Action was dead slow on the fishing front for the past few weeks. Even on some of the sunny, warm days the winds were howling and kept party and charter boats ties to the dock. The general prognosis is that the overall fishing this year should be quite fruitful with ...

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Flounder Season Opens April 1st

Posted By Tom Melton
Location: South Shore Long Island
Just like that winter appears to be over and another fishing season is fast approaching. With a mild winter we could see some early season action in the way of stripers, blues, and who knows maybe the flounder action will jump up a beat. This past week I saw video ...

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Looking Forward To Spring Cod

Posted By Tony Salerno
Location: East End Long Island
Unfortunately fishing reports are lacking as high winds and high seas have been more the norm than the exception during the past month. On a positive note, April is here which can only result in milder temperatures and calmer seas. The boats that were on the cod hunt during March ...

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Still Toggin'

Posted By Eric Burnley
Location: DE, MD & Chesapeake Bay
In spite of the occasional warm day, the water temperature in the bay and the ocean remained in the low to mid-40s and fishing for tog and striped bass remained slow. White perch fishing was good in all the tidal waters from New Castle to Port Mahon as well as ...

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Delaware River Stripers

Posted By Bob Misak
Location: Southern New Jersey
Much is ado as the reports get pounded with schoolie-sized bass and perch; the areas around the great Egg and Mullica Rivers are stocked thick with nice big perch, and short bass are grabbing their share of bloodworms baits being offered. Down south, the Tuckahoe River is another haunt where ...

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Banks, Bloods & Bass

Posted By Tom Pagliaroli
Location: Central New Jersey
Grab the bloodworms, plastic shads, Whip-It Fish and Fin-S and hit Oyster Creek, Toms River and the west side of Barnegat Bay for hot action with schoolie stripers. Don’t be surprised if a keeper or two is in the mix. Winter flounder are becoming players around the Mantoloking Bridge, in ...

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Bay Bite Warming up

Posted By J. B. Kasper
Location: Northern NJ & Hudson River
The month of March came in like a lion and has been roaring off and on every since. When you consider that the first keeper stripers were caught the first few days of March, one would think we would be seeing some heavy fishing by now. Well Mother Nature had ...

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Action is Improving

Posted By Greg Metcalf
Location: South Shore Mass. to Maine
Things are coming to life along the Northern New England shoreline. It has been a crazy spring but the days are now getting longer, the weather is getting warmer and it won’t be long before we start ripping the shrink wrap off out boats and start fishing for flounder and ...

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April Prospects

Posted By Charley Soares
Location: Cape Cod & The Islands
If the weather finally begins to correlate with the dates on the calendar our prospects should begin to improve. For the fishermen who need something to pull the string I would recommend the waters of the Agawam and Weweantic Rivers which were always a top spot for early spring white ...

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