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November, 2018  ¦  Volume 53  ¦  Issue 34

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November, 2018

THE BOFFFF PRINCIPLE: DO BIG STRIPERS MAKE BETTER SPAWNERS? By John Tiedemann
There is evidence that old-growth age structure fosters population stability, whereas age truncation often destabilizes population dynamics.

SUCCESSFUL TOGGING: PUTTING IT ALL TOGETHER By Toby Lapinski
The right gear, electronics and boat positioning combine for an effective approach to fall blackfish.

BOAT SENSE: NEXT GEN MARINE ELECTRONICS, BOATING AND FISHING BREAKTHROUGHS By Capt. John N. Raguso
Here’s a look at some of the latest products likely to change the way we boat and fish.

BEST BETS FOR WINTER COD By Staff
When the fishing is good, there is no better cure for cabin fever, and space at the rails of party boats can be tough to come by.

THE FALL RUN: BLITZ-BUSTIN’ GLIDE BAITS By Jerry Audet
Put glide baits to use when you find that next big fall blitz of bass and blues.

WRAP-UP: MONTAUK AND SOUTH SHORE CLASSICS By Fred Golofaro
A look at how two of the most popular surf tournaments in the region played out this fall.

JIGGING FOR SQUID: CALAMARI FOR THE HOLIDAYS By Paul Stowe
Knowing how to recognize the different types of jigs, as well as how to rig and fish them is essential to success.

PARTY BOATING: OFFSHORE WRECK TRIPS – GOING THE DISTANCE By Geoff Lawrence
The months of November and December are prime time to hop a ride on an offshore wreck trip.

SOUTH SHORE: LATE FALL SURF PROSPECTS By Fred Golofaro
What could November and December have in store for surfcasters plying the Island’s South Shore beaches?

NORTH SHORE: FALL BULLDOGS By Tony Salerno
November is the ideal time to tackle tog in the shallow reaches of Long Island Sound.

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