I'm here to tell you however that some spectacular trout fishing also takes place in the fall.
Clearly, recent decades have witnessed trends in both surf fishing for blues and striped bass, and to remain connected to the fish during these changes, anglers need to adapt on the run.
While some get discouraged going into November by the size of the fish around, this isn’t the time to put the rods away yet.
Lighten your load for outstanding fall striped bass action.
Tog fishing during the late fall in these waters are for the big leaguers since you’re going to be playing with some big togs, deep-water and strong currents.
And now there are four!
Sinker bouncing and jigging for deepwater species are among the few options available from November through April, but well worth the effort.
The November surf can provide a good dose of rod bending action before the curtain closes on the season.
Trimming some hair can affect the casting distance, sink rate, swing rate and profile of your bucktail.
The quest for personal best requires a dedicated effort.
In This Issue:
- Trout State Of Mind
- November Schoolies
- November Stripers: Late Season Tactics
- Late Season Stripers: Next Gen Jigging
- Late Inning Blackfish: Last Licks With The Bullies
- Tech Talk: Down Imaging Sonar
- Oops, They Did It Again: 2020 Northeast Striped Bass Study
- The Late Show: Working Deepwater Wrecks
- Last Licks: Late Season Stripers
- Bucktailing The Surf: Trim A Jig
- Trophy Tautog: Double Digit Do’s And Don’ts