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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.

TUNA TERMINAL: OFFSHORE RIGGING PERFECTION By Joseph K. Mitchell
In the heart of the offshore season, don’t let weak connections break yours.

SUMMER SURF: FLY CASTING FOR COWNOSE RAYS By Lee Wakefield
The cownose have come home, time to make lemonade on the fly.

WMIT TURNS 50 A NEXT GEN OFFSHORE CLASSIC By Jim Hutchinson, Jr.
The longest running white marlin tournament in the U.S. celebrates 50 years in Beach Haven.

FINDING FLUKE: THE “OTHER” REEF STRUCTURE By Capt. Harv Yenkinson
Keep your eyes on the fishfinder and you may just find your own promised land.

FISH ON! TUNA TIME OFF THE DELAWARE COAST Story by Eric Burnley, Photos by Ric Burnley
South Jersey & Delaware anglers get a shot at bluefin and yellowfin without the long run.

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