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WIND MACHINE

Posted By Pat Vogt
Location: New England Offshore
It seems that we have endured a seemingly endless barrage of gusty winds and high seas. These back-to-back wind patterns are what offshore fishermen fear the most about the autumn season, as they can leave everyone tied tightly to the dock for a week at a time. These patterns are ...

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LIGHT-TACKLE TUNA

Posted By Pat Vogt
Location: New England Offshore
While giants have been the focus around the Cape for much of the season, it seems that the long-awaited school bluefin are now finally available in good numbers. These fish are being found to the north of P-Town and in the usual spots east of Chatham, often spotted slashing through ...

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TUNA TIME

Posted By Pat Vogt
Location: New England Offshore
Well, if you have been waiting for the bluefin to really fire up on the Cape, that time has definitely come. A bite that has been steadily improving for the past several weeks is hitting what may be the peak of the season. Smaller fish are regularly falling to surface ...

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BLITZING BLUEFIN

Posted By Pat Vogt
Location: New England Offshore
As we head deeper into the fall, the fish are certainly starting to respond to the call of the season. Bluefin around Cape Cod, and further to the north on Stellwagen, were found blasting bait on the surface with increased gusto. Better yet, the fish are taking artificials, such as ...

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WEATHER WINDOWS

Posted By Pat Vogt
Location: New England Offshore
It seems that Mother Nature might not be very cooperative this fall, as we are already experiencing the dreaded weekly onslaught of foul weather. Between tropical systems, and fast-moving fronts, very few anglers have been able to get organized and make a canyon run. Those that have made the run ...

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CHARLIE TIME

Posted By Pat Vogt
Location: New England Offshore
Last week’s hostile offshore conditions kept just about every Southern New England bluewater fisherman tied to the dock. Unfortunately, none of our assets in Connecticut or Rhody had any offshore information for us, other than the fact that there is good water on the flats of Atlantis and locally around ...

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HURRICANE SEASON

Posted By Pat Vogt
Location: New England Offshore
The NOAA tropical storm map sure doesn’t look pretty lately. After a fairly quiet beginning to hurricane season, it is currently ramping up as we approach the peak of this period. With Florence set to slam the Carolinas, and two more systems forming behind her, New England fishermen are holding ...

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THE STAGE IS SET

Posted By Pat Vogt
Location: New England Offshore
As we turn the corner into September and put the dog days of summer in our rearview mirrors, we start to look for the annual signs of increased fish activity that the fall is famous for. This is certainly starting to happen around Cape Cod, where large bluefin, present but ...

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MARLIN MAYEM

Posted By Pat Vogt
Location: New England Offshore
Throughout New England, the marlin bite seemed to be the hottest game going this week. Whether out at the edge, or a scant 35 miles south of Point Judith, white and blue marlin have been crashing through trolling spreads and thrilling anglers. A good body of yellowfin tuna seems to ...

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SUMMER SLOW-DOWN

Posted By Pat Vogt
Location: New England Offshore
It certainly seems that offshore fishermen are in the midst of a serious summer slow-down. Front after front has kept a solid canyon pattern from developing for a couple of weeks now. That coupled with a slowing shark bite, and a grind on the giant tuna grounds is leaving a ...

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