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March 29, 2012  ¦  Volume 39  ¦  Issue 13

Features

March 29, 2012

GETTING JIGGY By Toby Lapinski
The lowly bucktail jig and trailer is one of the most widely used lures in all of fishing in both fresh and saltwater environments.

SUSHI-GRADE FILLETS By Zach Harvey
Proper care and handling of a fresh-caught fish leads to the ultimate in table fare. See how it's done.

THE UNI-KNOT By Pete Barrett
The Uni-Knot can be used to snell hooks or to join lines of similar or widely dissimilar line diameters.

BLOCK ISLAND COD By Toby Lapinski
While it pales in comparison to days past, the winter Block Island cod fishery remains a viable option for local anglers to enjoy a day on the water.

NOT YOUR FATHER'S FARMINGTON RIVER By Kierran Broatch
Connecticut boasts 21 miles of world-class, year-round trout action on the Farmington River.

CONNECTICUT'S PROSPECTS AND PREDICTIONS By Tim Coleman
Several well-known Connecticut fishing authorities weigh in on their thoughts for the upcoming season in Long Island Sound.

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