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

Fire Island > Kayla's Keeper
Kayla"s released keeper Read the full story

RECENT ACTIVITY
  
still got em
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still got em
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Had a couple of nice fish come up last night. The moon is tomorrow, August 29th, so the fishing should ...
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psalm150 posted a report: Flamingo 3
I needed to get out of the depot(work) so I took a vacation day.Beautiful day on the water. We sailed ...
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Restless Lady Report August 28, 2015 Overnight trip to the Baltimore, Thursday/Aug27- Friday/Aug28, 3 Bigeyes at 180, 150, 130/ 31 mahi ...
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Not the savage bite we encountered yesterday, BUT the quality was there and everyone got their limit of nice 3-4 ...
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Pictures from Friday morning's fishing. Check out Captree.com for details.
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I had promised my son and his two friends to take them out to Montauk for a couple of days ...
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Montauk Jumbo Porgies and Sea Bass Captain Dave reports a very good morning of fishing today aboard the Viking Starship. We ...
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codfather00 posted a report: stamford
Left the dock at 4pm yesterday fished for porgys caught the limit nice fat humpbacks.
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VikingFleet posted a report: Viking Night
Block Island Behemoth Bass Captain Carl reports EXCELLENT fishing tonight on the bass boat tonight! As soon as we arrived, it ...
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LittleInca posted a report: smithtown bay
Fished on ML charters with Capt. CR out of Stony Brook. We trolled up bass and blues. Stopped on some ...
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Fishing slowed down a bit from a couple of days ago but we were able to land a very healthy ...
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CptRonO posted a report: Capt. Ron Cod Fiesta
Headed offshore today for another stab at some cod. Had great conditions and the cod bit their faces off! Beautiful ...
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mbarnett posted a report: CODFATHER CHARTERS
The AM TRIP for John Simone, his two brothers, and his dad had good fishing catching over 40 fluke, keeping ...
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Thur. 5pm trip saw another good trip outside the inlet in 65ft. The boat saw a good pick of keeper/short ...
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Today's 10am. Fluke/Sea Bass trip saw another great trip. The boat had over 40 keeper size Fluke that went into ...
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The SUPER HAWK sailed both the 7 AM and the 1 PM TRIP today and yesterday for SEA BASS ! ...
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Good Ocean charter for the BG Fishing Club group of 10. Fluke were very cooperative most of the trip. Lots ...
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Had Jose and friends out for a 3/4 bottom trip. Banged out 70 or so nice scup,15 or 20 keeper ...
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The Massachusetts Division of Marine Fisheries (DMF) announced last week that the 2015 commercial striped bass fishery is closed for the season. The closure went into effect at 12:01 a
Let's face it: unless you're out at the canyons or offshore wreck and reef sites, the dog days of August don't exactly offer the best fishing opportunities. The long, hot days and warm water temperatures take a toll on many of our favorite freshwater and saltwater species
I was cleaning out my ancient, wood tackle box the other day and as each fresh-water lure emerged I felt like I was taking a time-trip all the way back to kid-hood. First out of the box was that old faithful Jitterbug, the green and white one that took my first largemouth bass, a three pound beauty that to my nine-year old eyes looked like a world record candidate…or a state record at least
A nice thing about this time of year is that there is a lot of bait in close. The warm waters might have the striper bite off, but the conditions are perfect to do some fluking from the beach
At this juncture, you should have on hand all of your materials and tools that we covered in Part I, published on August 1, 2015 of Nor'east Saltwater. Let's continue
Looking to get away from it all? I was, so I did a little research on nearby campgrounds. I'm a little ashamed to admit it, but I haven't planned a family-camping trip in close to ten years
Hard to believe summer is half over…seems we‘d been waiting for it ever since the last snowstorm buried us. But here we are with water temperatures in Nantucket Sound clocking in at a tepid seventy-five degrees
We're in the middle of summer and it's time to talk about grilling. I enjoy grilling year round but it's the most fun in summer since that's when the most people show up! I've always been a big fan of Weber gas grills for their legendary durability, consistent cooking temperatures and availability of replacement parts when needed
Last week was the hottest in a couple of years on Long Island, but at least there was some good fishing to be had near the cooler air at the water's edge. I won't lie, bass fishing from the shore has been tougher this season than a few years ago, but there are still some quality fish to be had
Fact: In the water column, for freshwater and saltwater applications, the fur from a raccoon has the lifelike action of marabou feathers and is a fantastic material for fly tying. The bonus feature is that raccoon fur is far stronger than marabou feathers


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