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

North Shore > Northport
1st keep of the year Read the full story

Mon. 10am Bass/Blue trip saw another decent pick of keeper/short Bass and Bluefish in the mix. Pool fish was a ...
4 hours ago

mbarnett posted a report: CODFATHER CHARTERS
5 hours ago

What a difference a day makes! Today saw a definite pick up in action, quantity and quality of fish with ...
5 hours ago

Another great trip on the Never Enuff today. Come join ur on our open boat trip or have a private ...
8 hours ago

The spring scup season is underway. Many jumbo scup hit the deck today. I think spring at Jessups is the ...
8 hours ago

Sound Bound Fishing. New Rochelle Ny 94 Hudson Park Road, New Rochelle NY Monday limit of bass in less than an hour ...
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Great to be out and starting the 2016 season. Went looking for bass in Stony Brook harbor over the weekend ...
10 hours ago

Finchasernj posted a report: Staten Island
Last week had its ups and downs with the weather and this week same story. We did manage a few ...
11 hours ago

Interested and looking to know what your looking for it? Also where your located? Does it come apart or is ...
11 hours ago

Fri April 29-Sun May 1 Deep Deep Hake/Tile Exploratory Trip Capt Steven Sr. reports that despite “Mother Nature” we pushed on regardless ...
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CaptVCKAC posted a report: Karen Ann Charters
Another good day of bass fishing on live baits Steve , Mike and guest limits releases Spots available this afternoon and ...
14 hours ago

mishmish posted a report: JI
Sunday am, after looking for the bass for sometime we found a small pod and started working it. ended up ...
14 hours ago

dstriper posted a report: Scituate
Went out on the Fortuna with Capt. Corey yesterday and slam the Haddock. Just a few short from the full ...
14 hours ago

SCK85 posted a report: Rye
Wasn't fishing, but sailed past a pair of gentleman in a Grady White off of Rye-ish who had just landed ...
15 hours ago

doggdo posted a report: 4/16/16 Kayak Video
I had trouble uploading this video but it was from the second day of Bass season by JFK. All fish ...
15 hours ago

The weekend bass fishing was pretty good. Boat traffic hurt the bite at times, but this is something that we're ...
16 hours ago

Great start 2016..porgy bite didn't hold up all day but most loaded up while bite was on..jumbo SEABASS and ...
16 hours ago

doug0105 posted a report: south shore
hit the beach with my fly rod yesterday. stiff south east wind didn't help trying to cast . managed 2 ...
17 hours ago

where is it located ?
17 hours ago

The starstream a a few private charters sumday the morning was a kids trip from floral park ..We had great ...
18 hours ago


The Best of the Best
Our “straight shooter” Products Editor never fails to amaze me. This year he has outdone himself with his recommendations for the “best of the best” in fishing equipment no matter what type of fishing you do. It is a logical presentation of excellent equipment only exceeded by the best equipment for your fishing success. story


When you make a serious allegation, you had best be ready to support it. We continue with the Riverhead Sewage Treatment Plant and its contribution to the continued pollution of the Peconic River
I love everything about spring in South Jersey. The sights, smells and sounds are nothing short of heavenly
If you have been following my monthly reports, you know that Donna and I are addressing serious water-quality matters referencing both the upper and lower regions of the Peconic River. The Peconic River is the longest river on Long Island, originating close to Brookhaven National Laboratory, flowing easterly toward several bays: Reeves Bay, Flanders Bay, Great Peconic Bay, Little Peconic Bay, and beyond
We've got plenty of stripers coming to town these days…the migration has been moving up from New York waters and the schoolies are arriving daily. And they're moving into places like Bass River, Waquoit Bay, South Cape Beach and many of the estuaries along the Cape's south shore
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South Jersey fishing action is off the charts! Striped bass, big bluefish, drumfish, tiderunner weakfish and summer flounder are here and they're hungry! While largemouth bass, chain pickerel, and truckloads of rainbow trout are making headlines at many of our local freshwater venues. Whether you choose saltwater or sweetwater is up to you, but it's time to get out there - fishing in South Jersey is as good as it gets!From the rivers to the bays and along the beachfront, striped bass have us surrounded! Delaware River anglers reported one of the best spring striper runs in years, with numbers of quality fish taken on bait and plugs
Lots of excitement locally as Cape anglers get ready for the arrival of striped bass migrating in from the Hudson River, Chesapeake Bay and elsewhere but hunters are equally excited at the opening of the annual spring turkey hunt at the Cape Cod National Seashore (CCNS) which began on Monday, April 25. This is the fifth season for the hunt, according to a CCNS release
Can you believe we had a few inches of snow on the ground just a week ago? Fortunately, last Saturday's snowfall didn't have a lasting effect on the fishing action. Since the snowfall, the Delaware River striped bass bite exploded, many of our freshwater ponds and lakes were stocked with hundreds of rainbow trout, largemouth bass put on the feedbag and the saltwater action is picking up as the season's first bluefish, weakfish, and summer flounder were reported this week
The word is out; the stripers are in!Thursday morning, a couple of island locals found a school of striped bass feeding on spearing in the Martha's Vineyard surf. They said birds were working over the fish, schools of herring moving through, and hungry stripers covered in sea lice
It may be a bit early for striper action but that doesn't mean nothing's happening locally. For instance:The annual Fisherman's Yard Sale is set for Saturday, April 16 at the Riverway Lobster House in South Yarmouth

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