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November, 2019

DOWN AND DEEP: THE BLACK SEA BASS HACK By Nick Honachefsky
Black sea bass are a mobile species. Throughout the four seasons, they can virtually be found anywhere in the water column, depending on the time of year.

SURF FISHING: LOVE THAT DIRTY WATER! By Toby Lapinski
Tips, tricks and thoughts on finding success when weed and sand clog the surf.

WINTER LAYOVER: PROPER BOAT PREP By Capt. Tony Gatto
A little extra work at season’s end will go a long way to ensure a trouble free 2020 season.

CANYON BOUND? LIBERTY’S MESSAGE IN A BOTTLE By Jim Hutchinson, Jr.
The first satellite tag results of 2019 are in with tales from the edge!

HEART BREAKER: YOUR “PB” TIME HAS COME By Frank Mihalic
That personal best blackfish of double-digit proportions is out there waiting for you!

MYTH OR MATTER: IS OFFSHORE WIND BLOWING IN TOO FAST? By Jim Hutchinson, Jr.
Have the politics of “personal destruction” and “expediency” undermined windfarm research?

MIGRATION TIME:JIGGING LATE FALL STRIPERS By Capt. John Raguso
Don’t lay up your boat just yet, the best is still to come.

BACK TO BASICS: FISHING THE CAPE MAY RIPS By Eric Burnley
Could the Rips turn on again this month – finally - for Delaware Bay striper fishermen?

FALL STOCKINGS & WINTER RAINBOWS By Tom Pagliaroli
The gift of fresh fish with an eye on the most wonderful time of the year.

POST SURF APOCALYPSE: SURF STRATEGIES AFTER REPLENISHMENT By Nick Honachefsky
One surfcaster’s approach to newly minted beaches at the Jersey Shore.