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August, 2020

NORTH VS. SOUTH: A DAYTIME SWORD FIGHT By Al Ristori
Northeast anglers may want to take a page from their Southern brethren when it comes to targeting daytime swords.

MINEFIELD MAHI: TARGETING NEARSHORE DOLPHIN By Nick Honachefsky
If the last two summers are a developing pattern, this month should be a good one.

MISSION MONTAUK: SAT TAG #3 IS DEPLOYED! By Jim Hutchinson, Jr.
There are currently three 46-inch jumbo stripers swimming around somewhere in the North Atlantic with MiniPSAT devices affixed to their shoulders.

SHOREBOUND: FISH ARE WHERE YOU FIND THEM By Fred Golofaro
A far cry from traditional surf fishing hotspots, these areas offer some very good opportunities not far from home.

PORGIES ON ARTIFICIALS: A NEW TAKE ON AN OLD CLASSIC By Jackson Kobylarcz
New technology continues to change the way we approach fishing for different species, including the humble but tenacious porgy.

SUMMERTIME POTPOURRI By Capt. John N. Raguso
Our inshore and offshore waters come alive during late summer with a variety of transient gamefish.

WETSUITS IN THE SURF NO SWIMMING REQUIRED By Jerry Audet
You don’t have to swim to appreciate the many benefits afforded by a wetsuit.

TALE END MONSTER OF THE LAKE By Chris Angelone

SCOUTING HEREFORD INLET WRECKS & OBSTRUCTIONS By Wayne Young
Our bathymetric spotlight returns for a search along the Cape May County coast.

NIGHT MOVES: MINNIE MOUSE TROUT By Toby Lapinski
Bulky flies, stout gear, and oversized browns leads a hardcore surfcaster inland.

GET SLICK & BRING YOUR CHUM By Bob Misak
Like sweet corn and Jersey tomatoes, blowfish in the slick are a shore tradition.

STICK OR MOVE? FLUKE JIGGING VS. DEADSTICKING By Don Kamienski
Why is it that Rodney often sticks the biggest fish of the day, just as lunch time hits?

BAY BYGONES: BOTTOM FISHING THE DELAWARE By Eric Burnley
A little late summer variety at a few perennial Delaware Bay hotspots.