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October 2019

SCHOOL IS IN: SURF STRIPERS ON THE FLY By Lee Wakefield
Warm summer days and crowded beaches are a thing of the past, giving salty flyrodders the opportunity to ply their craft.

FROM A BOAT: CASTING FOR STRIPERS By Fred Golofaro
The ultimate reward in fishing a surface plug is when a 30 or better striper rises from the depths to crash your offering, setting off a shower of spray and some wild surface antics.

WRECK HUNTING: GAME PLANNING FOR FALL ACTION By Capt. John N. Raguso
With summer species gathering up for their offshore migrations, now is the time to get in some quality rod-bending action before putting your boat away for winter.

MIGRATION MATTERS: LANDING SURF GIANTS IN OCTOBER By Jerry Audet
Night tides and spring patterns often produce the biggest striped bass in the 10th month and beyond.

BEACH DRIVING 101-PLUS By Joseph Albanese
Everything you need to know to make driving on the beach a hassle-free way to reach those off-road hotspots.

BLUEFISH BONANZA: MILLSTONE ON THE FLY By Capt. Tom Migdalski
Nuclear fly fishing heats up with bluefish in the fall!

PANFISH PLAYBOOK: JIGGING FALL SLABS By Nick Kanaras
Vertical-jigging is a sure-fire way to put more big, fall panfish in your boat.

ALBIE FEVER: THE HARDTAIL HIGHWAY By Chris Parisi
Follow false albacore as they move through Southern New England in the fall.

ROCK MONSTERS: HUNTING TOGZILLA By Capt. Mel True
Fall fishing means big blackfish, here’s a look at how you can put a true “togzilla” onboard your boat this season.

OFFSHORE OFF-SEASON: PROPER PUT-AWAY By Captain Tony Gatto
Take care of your tools and your tools will take care of you.
 

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