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August, 2018  ¦  Volume 45  ¦  Issue 21

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August, 2018

DIVERSIFY YOUR FLUKE FISHING By Fred Golofaro
Having the tools to shift gears and vary your approach to the fluke game helps you catch more and bigger fluke over the course of a season.

SUMMER STRIPERS: FEED ‘EM AN EEL By Toby Lapinski
Casting eels at night in the August surf is the surest way to fend off the summer doldrums.

MID-RANGE TROLLING: PERFECTING THE SPREAD By Joseph Mitchell
Tried and true trolling spread techniques that turn on tuna and mahimahi.

SUMMERTIME WRECK FISHING: ALWAYS IN THE GAME By Capt. John N. Raguso
The modus operandi for wreck fishing changes with the seasons, and the summer months typically offer the most varied possibilities for success.

SOUTHERN SPEEDSTERS: ALBIES, SPANISH MACKEREL AND BONITO By Allen D. Riley
These late summer visitors are a fan favorite of light tackle anglers in the Northeast.

DREAM BIG: DEEP DROPPING FOR DOORMATS By Nick Honachefsky
Late summer fluking can yield some of the biggest fish of the season, including some worthy of Dream Boat status.

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BLUEBIRD DAYS: T-SHIRT COD By Charley Soares
The waters east and south of the Cape offer summertime access to a returning cod fishery.

BABY BLUES: IT’S SNAPPER TIME! By Capt. Tom Migdalski
Snapper bluefish are great for food, sport and bait—here’s what you need to know to get into the action this season.

BAIT ALTERNATIVES: KAYAK SOFTIES By Tom Fucini
Now is the time to put large soft plastics to work for you to tangle with trophy summer stripers.

OFFSHORE TROLLING: YESTERDAY, TODAY AND TOMORROW By Captain Tony Gatto
Arm yourself with the latest innovations in trolling lures, but don’t overlook some of those oldies but goodies.

TRUE NATIVES: MAINE’S BROOKIES By Frank Daignault
Late summer through early fall is the time to fish the cool, clean remote streams of Maine for world-class brook trout action.

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