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November 7, 2013  ¦  Volume 48  ¦  Issue 45

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November 7, 2013

SPOONFUL OF BRAID By Pete Barrett
Braided lines are an effective alternative to wire when it comes to towing large spoons for big stripers.

A PAIR OF FALL FEASTS By Frank Mihalic
Turn your striped bass or blackfish fillets into these dining favorites.

NOW’S THE TIME FOR DEEPWATER BULLDOGS By Tom Schlichter
With water temps dropping, here are some suggestions on where to connect with a jumbo tog.

JIGGING THE EDGES By William A. Muller
Working the edges has its advantages in every aspect of the fishing game, and especially when it comes to working jigs for November run bass and blues in Long Island Sound.

WHERE DID ALL THE SEA BUOYS GO? By Capt. John N. Raguso
The author digs up the answers to the disappearance of several key buoys off of Long Island’s South Shore.

2013 SOUTH SHORE CLASSIC ROUNDUP By Fred Golofaro
Nearly 300 casters combed the beaches between Jones and Moriches inlets for prize-winning stripers and blues.

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