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September, 2018  ¦  Volume 53  ¦  Issue 26

Features

September, 2018

FINE TUNING YOUR SURF SKILLS By Alberto Knie
Fine tuning your presentation makes a world of difference in the surf fishing game.

SLEEPER SPOTS: FISH A MICRO INLET By Jerry Audet
Small openings produce big results during the fall run.

SURF ESSENTIALS: NEW GEAR FOR ’18 & BEYOND By Toby Lapinski and Jim Hutchinson, Jr.
Hit the surf this fall with some of the hottest new gear debuted at ICAST this summer.

OFFSHORE STRATEGIES: TRANSITIONING INTO FALL By Capt. John N. Raguso
The weather part of the equation plays a larger role in determining when and where you fish offshore.

A STEELHEADING OPTION: LAKE ERIE’S TRIBUTARIES By Steve Shevlin
Lake Erie’s tributaries offer steelheading as good as anywhere in the region, minus the crowds.

CRANKBAIT PORGIES: DOWNSIZING FOR JUMBOS By Paul Stowe
These small plugs appeared to work as well, if not better, than bait.

DOORMAT TIME: SEPTEMBER IN MONTAUK By Capt. Tom Mikoleski
If you are on the hunt for a big fluke, there is no better place than Montauk to connect with fish that hit 8 pounds and can range all the way to the mid-teens.

SURF HOW-TO: MATCHING UP TO FALL BAITFISH By Fred Golofaro
Matching the hatch is often the answer between success and failure, but there are times when thinking out of the box is the way to go.

NORTH SHORE FLUKE: THE LABOR DAY RUN By Paul Stowe
When kids start heading back to school, it’s time to hit the bays and harbors for some late season fluke action.

PORGIES: A SURF FISHING ALTERNATIVE By Matt Broderick
Porgies are the perfect answer for filling in the downtime between stripers and bluefish.

FALL GRAB BAG: SMITHTOWN BAY POTPOURRI By William A. Muller
Despite carrying a variety of bottom rigs, if you aren’t flexible you may miss a golden opportunity.

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