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SLAMMER POLLOCK

Posted By Greg Metcalf
Location: South Shore Mass. to Maine
 Fall pollock fishing is in full swing in the Gulf of Maine with some slammers coming to gaff this week. The Yankee Fleet had several impressive pollock boated with the pool-winner on November 3 going 30 pounds! The next few weeks should produce some excellent fishing, check out the article ...

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GOM VAREITY

Posted By Greg Metcalf
Location: South Shore Mass. to Maine
 Fishing in the Gulf of Maine has been very good this fall. Tuna fishing has been off the charts, but with the commercial season currently closed there is a lot of catch-and-release angling going on as there is a major slug of fish being found over the 73-inch limit. Bottom ...

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STILL SOME STRIPERS

Posted By Greg Metcalf
Location: South Shore Mass. to Maine
 As the days grow shorter and ocean water cools, many southern New England sportsmen turn their efforts from fishing to hunting. There are still some fantastic fishing opportunities in October so I wouldn’t put my fishing gear away just yet. One of my fishing friends in Kennebunkport is always the ...

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LATE STRIPERS

Posted By Greg Metcalf
Location: South Shore Mass. to Maine
 The inshore fishing is definitely on the wane but so is the amount of fishing pressure. The anglers that continue to fish are sure to be rewarded so keep at it. There are still some real big fish that are on the move. If you are looking for a trophy ...

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FALL BONANZA

Posted By Greg Metcalf
Location: South Shore Mass. to Maine
There is a plethora of saltwater appetizers on the menu for fishermen in southern New England this week. Although the commercial tuna season is closed the recreational fishing is crazy good. There are tons of medium-sized tuna as well as giants. It is a great time to enjoy tuna fishing ...

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BASS BITING

Posted By Greg Metcalf
Location: South Shore Mass. to Maine
 October is an interesting month on the saltwater fishing scene in New England. Huge schools of migrating bluefish and stripers along with the shorter days and cooler weather makes for interesting times. I woke up this morning in Kennebunkport and the air temperature was 37 degrees. By 10:00AM we had ...

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POSITIVE OUTLOOK

Posted By Greg Metcalf
Location: South Shore Mass. to Maine
September is the height of the hurricane season and northeast anglers felt the effects of Jose this past week. High winds, big seas and tons of seaweed really put a damper on the fishing pressure. Boating was just about impossible and the beaches were rough and covered with weeds. Experience ...

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JOSE ON THE WAY

Posted By Greg Metcalf
Location: South Shore Mass. to Maine
September weather can be awesome and the fishing fantastic as long as the tropical depressions don’t bring our boating seasons to an abrupt halt. We are all wishing the best for our fishing brothers and sisters in the Gulf of Mexico and the Southeast coasts as they recover from the ...

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FALL RUN FRENZY

Posted By Greg Metcalf
Location: South Shore Mass. to Maine
The fall run is an exciting time of the fishing season. It can be a bit melancholy in that it signals that there is less fishing in our short-term future than more fishing. That said it can also mean lights-out action and phenomenal opportunities to make some great memories. September ...

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FALL FRENZY

Posted By Greg Metcalf
Location: South Shore Mass. to Maine
September is one of my favorite months for fishing. Both the offshore and inshore action are at their peaks, the water is still very warm, and there is also considerably less fishing pressure once the kids go back to school. Even though the weather can quickly take a turn for ...

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