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June, 2018  ¦  Volume 45  ¦  Issue 13

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June, 2018

SHARK SCIENCE: INCREASE YOUR TOURNAMENT ODDS By Tony Gatto
Here are some ways to help improve your crew’s chances at hooking up with that tournament winning shark.

THE NIGHT SHIFT: BIG PLUGS FOR BIGGER STRIPERS By Toby Lapinski
Sometimes you have to “go big” or “go home” when it comes to plugging the surf at night for large striped bass.

THE PROPER PACKOUT: CHOOSE WISELY By Chris Wahl
Some sound advice on selecting the proper gear for your next kayak fishing trip.

BOAT SENSE: FUEL SYSTEM MAINTENANCE TIPS By Capt. John N. Raguso
Experience a glitch in your engine’s fuel supply system and you are going to have a very bad day.

TROLL FOR FLUKE: A RECIPE FOR SUMMER SUCCESS By Capt. Scott Newhall
When wind and tide conspire to sabotage your fluke catching efforts, trolling can help make things right.

SEA ROBIN SALAD: WEIGH ‘EM & EAT ‘EM By Paul Stowe
A simple recipe that will make you glad that you brought a few birds home for the cleaning table.

NORTHEAST REGION: EARLY SEASON OFFSHORE FORECAST By Matthew A. Upton
The large warm core eddy south of Block Canyon and east of Hudson Canyon is already providing some favorable offshore conditions forsharks and tuna.

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BIG POPPIN’ UP TOP WITH SPRING STRIPERS By Nick Honachefsky
By bay, beach or boat, big bass are blowing up bait up top this month along the coast.

SUMMER TRADITIONS: LOVE THOSE BLUE CLAWS! By Milt Rosko
A big Somers Point contest this month reminds us all of the seasonal joys of crabbing.

CHANGING MIGRATIONS: TRACKING GRAND SLAMMERS By Capt. Scott Newhall
Captains offer thoughts on the everchanging migrations of fluke, weakfish, bluefish and stripers.

PASSAIC RIVER PIKE: NJ NORTHERNS ON THE FLY By Ken Beam
The 80-mile long Passaic River is a perfect place to begin a kayak fly fishing adventure.

GOT BUNKER? LIVE BAIT & MONSTER BASS By Capt. Al Ristori
A look at the historic return of menhaden and the epic striper action those lively baits bring.

X’S & O’S: FLUKE STRATEGY, SCIENCE & SEX By Jim Hutchinson, Jr.
A quick look at back bay fluke tactics, the migration and the new science on summer flounder.

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