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Saltwater Fishing NY CT RI Nor'east Saltwater Magazine - December 2013 issue

Moriches Inlet
Andrew got his first keeper fluke Read the full story

RECENT ACTIVITY
  
Halfback posted a report: HALFBACK CHARTERS
This morning we fished with Ken Shapiro and 3 friends on a am bass trip. The bass bite was on and ...
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hydralisk777 posted a report: Captain Dave III
Awesome day on the water! 17 keepers for 14 ppl, and i got 25 inch fish!! also had one 17.25, ...
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Sound Bound Fishing New Rochelle NY Bent rods today! Capt. James reported an outstanding day on the water. Loads of Porgies and a ...
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8/29 all three IC Fleet boats are on the ground. Monday 8/29 Captain Scott reports excellent bottom fishing for porgies and ...
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Half Day Fluke PM Captain Joey D reports another very good afternoon aboard the Viking Star. Again we had nice BIG ...
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Another great day with Capt Walter and crew on the ocean.Many quality fluke caught with Bill's 6 lb fish the ...
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Saturday Night's 11PM trip took a ride to a further offshore wreck. They caught 351 big sea keeping a full ...
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Went out yesterday to jacks bait and tackle and rented a skiff with my cousin to do some porgy fishing. ...
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Montauk Jumbo Porgies and Sea Bass Captain Dave reports a great day of fishing today. There was plenty of action today ...
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Half Day Fluke AM Captain Joey D reports an excellent morning of fishing aboard the Viking Star! We had tons of ...
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Matts posted a report: Port Washington
Better a late report than never. I got out with some friends for fluking last week. We had constant action ...
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Lest dock at 530 this am monday- had limit of fish by 6 Did a a little c and r.back ...
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8/28 IC FLEET: SUNDAY NIGHT BLUES Capt. Casey reported excellent night time bluefishing 8/28 aboard the ISLAND CURRENT II. His private ...
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Sound Bound Fishing New Rochelle NY Insane night bite continues. Throwing fish back at 9pm! Last night was another beat down on the ...
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GOOD NIGHT LOT OF ACTION BIG FISH COMING UP COME ON DOWN CALL 15163227442 WWW.NEVERENUFFFISHING.COM FACEBOOK AT NEVER ENUFF FISHING ...
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Boats back in the water after some running gear repairs. Had bill smith and family out for some bottom action. ...
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Parker777 posted a report: Ocean
Started fishing 85 feet of water east of the inlet. My neighbor Chris caught a mackerel with a handful more ...
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The Russisns under Csar Adam Z were out for bass. Very big bass! Capt. Sal Moondance Charters 917 601-4548
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jakelenny posted a report: Western South Shore
fish with tonybreezy on our reef bass, blues, black fish, seabass, fluke ,blue claws non stop ,,black fish 7 pounds,
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JustFun posted a report: FISHFINDER II
We had another good night of fishing on on the 5pm trip with the Fishfinder II. The boat caught some ...
Yesterday

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RECENT FIELD EDITOR REPORTS




This year, I decided to spend most of the summer months concentrating on freshwater ponds and lakes in search of trophy largemouth bass, crappies and pickerel. I landed some real beauties and had a great time exploring new waters
Got a phone call from my son Mark last night. He lives down in New Orleans and went with a buddy up one of the Ponchartrain estuaries chasing redfish
The CST PRO 100 Chummer & Chunker is an innovative new product worth taking a closer look at. Its unique design allows you to chunk or chum at various depths from the top to the bottom of the water column
Not long ago, I remember a time when I looked forward to the summer season. That time is gone
It seems 2016 might well be viewed as the Year of the Shark. We've had the great whites dining on whales and seals off Chatham; town beaches closed from Duxbury to Nantasket; threshers and makos cavorting in Cape Cod Bay and anglers catching brown sharks in numbers off Martha's Vineyard
Those of us who pursue the finny denizen that inhabit local waters are used to working hard to tempt those fish to take our baits or lures and thus be captured for sport or a rendezvous with the backyard grill. But last week Cape Cod anglers experienced a strange, new phenomenon: namely, fish leaping out of the water at their feet
After waiting nearly a month for a break in the mid-summer heat, a perfect weather window opened for our fish-camp trip to Parvin State Park. With weather forecasters calling for daytime highs in the low 80s and nighttime temperatures dipping down to the mid-to-low 60s, I couldn't book our reservations fast enough! A week in the wilderness would include spending most of our time fishing from our Wilderness Systems kayaks and the remainder eating, sleeping, and exploring the park
It's the middle of summer and you're looking for something to do with the family. Maybe go see a baseball game? Sounds fun but you might not have $300 to burn
Today's piece concludes the coverage of the toxic plume discovered in the upper reaches of the Peconic River (Calverton/Manorville area), dating back to 2009. Additionally, I'll finish up addressing the more recent coliform (fecal) and other bacterial contamination found in the lower reaches of the Peconic River in Riverhead
For today and tomorrow, I'm going to wind down reporting on the toxic pollution of Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) discovered in the upper reaches of the Peconic River and area drinking wells. I've been recounting this matter for the past seven years—since January of this year for Nor'east Saltwater


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