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July 2019

JETTY WORK: INS & OUTS OF ROCK HOPPING By Matt Broderick
Working oceanfront jetties, or those bordering inlets and breachways, can pay off big once you solve the learning curve.

EEL ALTERNATIVES: RUBBER WORMS FOR BASS By Toby Lapinski
From shallow rock piles to mid-depth reefs, slender rubber baits are fast becoming the go-to choice of striped bass sharpies.

POT HOPPING MAHI: OFFSHORE ACTION CLOSE TO HOME By Nick Honachefsky
Work those hi-fliers and bell buoys casting light tackle to mahi from 2 to 20 pounds.

TARGETING BIG FLUKE WITH PEANUTS By Don Kamienski
Elephants aren’t the only ones who love peanuts - so do doormat fluke!

SUMMER SURF:SHOREBOUND FLUKE By Tom Franza
Roaming oceanfront beaches in search of summer flounder requires a certain amount of prospecting to be successful.

HOW-TO: BACK TO SCHOOL ON WEAKFISH By Capt. Kirk Fay
The unpredictable weakfish appear on the verge of a comeback, and that’s good news for Northeast inshore anglers.

INSHORE BLUEFIN: GET IN THE GAME By Capt. John N. Raguso
Here’s an in-depth look at what you need to do to get a piece of this fast and furious fishery.

BASS ON A WIRE: ‘CHUTING THE SHALLOWS Story & Photos by Capt. Tom Migdalski
Small boats and light wire line outfits produce big summertime bass and blues.

TUNA TERMINAL: OFFSHORE RIGGING PERFECTION By Joseph K. Mitchell
Tips to be sure that the connections between the angler and the fish are rock-solid.

12 COMMON MISTAKES:AND HOW TO CORRECT THEM By Captain Tony Gatto
Here are 12 common mistakes made by novice and veteran anglers alike – and here’s how to correct them.

TARGET A DOORMAT: WORKING OCEAN STRUCTURE By Captain Bob Schmitt
Local wrecks and reefs provide the perfect habitat for big fluke during the summer months.

YAK IT UP: TROLLING FOR TROUT By Joseph Cassone
A simple yet effective way to target large, summertime trout from a kayak.

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