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September 2, 2017  ¦  Volume 52  ¦  Issue 30

Features

September 2, 2017

BE PREPARED: NEW SHARK REGULATIONS By Capt. Michael Pierdinock
A look at the pending recreational shark fishing measures in federal waters effective January 2018.

TROPHIES ON THE TROLL: TUBE AND WORM TACTICS By Charley Soares
A standard from the traditional striper man’s playbook, the tube and worm is an effective tactic throughout the seasons.

BLACKFISH BEHAVIOR: TAUTOG OBSERVATIONS & INSIGHTS By Paul Stowe
How a little underwater surveillance can change one’s strategic focus on whitechins.

ATTRACTING STRIPERS: WITH LOW-DOWN CHUNKING By Capt. Austin Perilli
How to make sure the dinner bell is heard loud and clear in swifter currents.

BOAT SENSE: THREE-SEASON SPORTFISHERS By Capt. John N. Raguso
When the wind shifts to the north, and the sun goes down at 4:30, these boat designs provide the protection you need to keep on fishing.

A MONTAUK BAG OF TRICKS By Billy Jakob
The tools you need if you want to get serious about fishing the Montauk surf.

CHOPPERS IN THE SURF: BIG, BAD BLUES By Dave Anderson
An unconventional look at seeking out behemoth bluefish in the surf this fall.

IN THE SURF: WHEN THE GOING GETS TOUGH By William A. Muller
You may have to work a little harder to find fish but you’ll often find the rewards are greater.

NORTH SHORE: ROCK ‘EM SOCK ‘EM TOG By Tony Salerno
Long Island Sound is rich in rocky bottom that is ideal for housing structure-loving blackfish.

KAYAK STRIPERS:TROLL AN EEL By Tom Fucini
It’s tough to beat a live eel when big striper are on your itinerary.

 

 

 

 

 


 

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