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A Light On The Horizon

Posted By John Hanecak
Location: Rhode Island
I always seem to breathe a sigh of relief as I flip the calendar to March knowing that spring and the promise of a new season are just around the corner. The days are already getting longer and the sun stronger. I'll use this last month of winter to finalize ...

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Flounder In Our Future

Posted By Charley Soares
Location: Cape Cod & The Islands
One of my mentors was of the opinion that March was the cruelest of all months, but he often made that statement while we were shoveling a foot or more of February precipitation. His reference was about those mild days in March when the wind was gusting and keeping our ...

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Time Marches On

Posted By Dave Anderson
Location: Connecticut
With yet another shot of unseasonably warm weather it's hard not to switch your mind into spring mode. That sun is getting stronger and the days longer… it's inevitable that you will begin to think about fishing. Striper guys should be looking to the herring runs in March to produce ...

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Time Of Change

Posted By Greg Metcalf
Location: South Shore Mass. to Maine
There are still very different ice conditions between the South Shore and the mid coast of Maine. Most of the coastal areas in Massachusetts still have poor ice or open water. Lakes, ponds and rivers with open water are enjoying very good trout fishing. There are some smelts and tommy ...

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Cod Are Hit Or Miss

Posted By Geoffrey Lawrence
Location: West End South Long Island
The best bet this week is to attend some of the upcoming flea markets and Fishing/outdoor shows slated for March. March features the World Fishing & Outdoor Expo in Suffern March 2-5, the Ward Melville High School Fishing Expo on March 4, Babylon Flea Market on March 5, LI Fly ...

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Enough Is Enough

Posted By J. B. Kasper
Location: Northern NJ & Hudson River
After a quite February most anglers who fish along the northern coast are looking foreword to an early start to the spring fishing. Water temps remained above normal most of the winter and this past winter mimicked last winter. Last spring we got the first report of stripers being caught ...

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Good Weekend Cod Bite

Posted By Tony Salerno
Location: East End Long Island
"Sporadic" would be the best way to describe the current run of green cod east and south of Montauk. The scenery has either been "lock and load" or just a handful of fish among healthy crowds of optimistic anglers aboard both the local and Rhode Island open boats. Charter boats ...

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Outdoor Show At Oaks

Posted By Eric Burnley
Location: DE, MD & Chesapeake Bay
The end of February saw moderate temperatures, but the fishing did not respond as desired. The tog fishing was off as most boats reported a slow bite. White and yellow perch were caught, but not in the numbers anglers had hoped for. March should see improved action everywhere as the ...

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Surf Day Stripers

Posted By Tom Pagliaroli
Location: Central New Jersey
Much the same as everywhere else you turn, February has been dragging along and dampening angler spirits. However, the bays, tidal rivers and creeks will soon be yielding striped bass as of the March 1 opening, and in recent days we've even seen some reports along the front beaches for ...

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Ward Melville Show A Biggie

Posted By Bob Danielson
Location: North Shore Long Island
Striper activity all but shut down during last week's cold snap but there were some mentions of bass during the weekend's mild weather. The herring have gone quiet in most areas. There are still a few being taken by the hardiest fisherman who have dared to venture out last week, ...

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