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AND FISH WERE THERE!

Posted By Karen Wall
Location: Central New Jersey
“Game on.” That’s the sentiment up and down the area, whether you’re in a boat or on the beach. The fish are here and after having to wait seemingly forever, it seems like that patience has been rewarded. Stripers in the bay, in the inlets are improving in size and ...

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BASS OPENS MAY 2ND

Posted By Tom Melton
Location: Long Island Freshwater
For this week, I would gear up and be ready for the bass opener on Saturday, May 2nd. Although it was been cooler, the fish should be coming off beds. Please be aware, if you see a bed with bass on it, leave it alone. For panfish action, they are ...

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BLUEFISH DOMINATE

Posted By Fred Golofaro
Location: Long Island Surf
Bluefish continued to dominate the surf scene, with big blues providing some excellent innings along parts of the South Shore and South Fork. Plenty of smaller blues have simply added to the action in some areas. There are still lots of small bass providing catch and release action if you ...

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BLUES GALORE

Posted By Tom Melton
Location: South Shore Long Island
For this week, head to the Ocean Beach area in the early a.m. for weakfish. Be stealthy and quiet, and throw a small jig head or Diamond Jig tipped with a sandworm, jellyworm or Gulp shrimp. Anglers have reported fish to 8 pounds. With the weather expected, I would also ...

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FINALLY FLUKING

Posted By John Hanecak
Location: Rhode Island
While striped bass have been dominating the reports of late (and in reality they still are doing so), fluking finally came into its own this past week with good catches made along the South County beaches. Surprisingly, too, the inshore waters have been better than those out around Block which ...

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FLUKE AND BLUES

Posted By Geoffrey Lawrence
Location: West End South Long Island
What to do, what to do? In spite of the rainy weather all species have been in a cooperative mood so what do you fish for? Gorilla blues have now joined the act and big boys to 10-pound plus have attacked whatever bait is in the water; especially in the ...

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FLUKE HEATING UP

Posted By Tony Salerno
Location: East End Long Island
Quite simply, you waited all winter for this month to come. It is here and the fishing is red hot for striped bass, porgies, blues and even weakfish and fluke. The fluke are thick and heavy off Montauk’s south side and a change to nicer weather is all that is ...

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FLUKE TAKING HOLD

Posted By Bob Danielson
Location: North Shore Long Island
The fishing has been improving on all fronts this week. We have heard of a better fluke bite with some large fish coming over the rails. The bigger fish have been feeding on the schools of squid in the middle of the North Shore. Fish well over 5 pounds have ...

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GET ON IT!

Posted By Charley Soares
Location: Cape Cod & The Islands
While many fishermen are waiting out the weather there are others who are braving the cold, wind and rain and catching fish. This week there are not only schoolies from Westport to Cape Ann, there are enough keepers in-between to make it interesting, including a 51-inch bass that came out ...

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GET OUT NOW

Posted By Toby Lapinski
Location: New England Surf
I don’t know how many times I can say it, but if you’re still waiting for an excuse to get out and hit the surf then you’ve already missed some fish. This past week saw a big shot of bass and bluefish throughout the region with the first super cow ...

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