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

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Last time out to the Point I trolled the entire incoming tide and got nothing except a couple of cocktail ...
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Half Day Fluke AM Captain Ant reports the Epic bass bass bite turn into an epic fluke bite yesterday morning. 1mile ...
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Firenailer posted a report: Rye
Fished Rye to Hempstead to Captains Island off Port Chester this morning. Tried trolling, diamond jigging and chunking. Tried snagging ...
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Seabass fishing aboard the Capt. Lou VII has been excellent the whole season!! We are sailing tomorrow at 7am and ...
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Small split charter group did an extended day bottom trip yesterday and it went very well from beginning to end. Missed ...
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Thur. 5pm Seabass trip saw excellent fishing last night. Flat calm seas and hungry fish. It was an easy boat ...
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Got out about 530 pm yest afternoon with Tino and Emily for a quick afternoon trip see if we can ...
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Onboard the Miss Montauk - A very good Fluke trip yesterday! Fran took the pool with her 8.8 lber - ...
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fished thursday good day, pleanty of keepers on the boat. pool fish was about two & three quater lbs. some ...
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Bottom fishing has been lights out with limits of Seabass to 6 lbs not very hard to catch. As the ...
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LCBACaptains posted a report: Louisiana
It was good having Kenny Siears back onboard today. Kade Siears and David Stafford also joined us. We found the ...
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Yesterday's Charter
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Bluefish action is still on, The Never Enuff III & I had some good results. 15 Spots opened up on the ...
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New England Handicap Sporting Association of Mt.Senape, NH and some of the Vets had a great day yesterday with a ...
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wetnwild2 posted a report: Wet-n-Wild Charters
Had Christian and group out today for a good day of Fluking. Had fish up to 9 lbs and limited ...
12 hours ago

I have not caught a Bass since 4/26/14 until today! That’s not to say I have not been out fishing. ...
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rocko posted a report: A-team
Felt like a SUPERHAWK tonite capt. steve keep us on the bottom feeders all evening and mates mikey and brain ...
13 hours ago

shipofools posted a report: ocean/inlet
fished the outgoing tonight with livebait. Ocean and bay were serene. Not a bump, maybe two other boats out tthere. ...
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Ryand posted a report: Central South Shore
did some birthday fishing on a south shore beach, caught a 4 1/2 ft brown shark, a 28 inch blue, ...
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Another great seabass trip with Capt Walter this evening.He took a long ride to a new spot not on the ...
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Offshore Oddity: Lucanus Lures
I’ll be the first to admit that before I read Bob’s feature on this great new fishing system, I didn’t know much about it at all. After you read this one, you will understand it completely and know why this relatively new jig system has proven itself over and over again in the world of offshore and inshore fishing. story


First it was problems at the parking areas near Race Point in Provincetown as visitors insist on feeding coyotes and park Rangers warned about the public making close contact with wildlife as rabies are often an issue. Now residents of Newbury and Newburyport are being told to keep a close eye on their children and pets after two recent rabid fox attacks
Is there anything better than topwater fishing? Not for me, whether it's popping plugs in the surf for striped bass and bluefish, walking the dog with a big Super Spook or pulling a weedless frog over the lily pads for largemouth bass and big chain pickerel, the anticipation of a topwater hit is purely exhilarating. The jaw-dropping strikes get the blood flowing and offer a whole new aspect of fishing, especially to a soft-plastic finesse fisherman like myself
The Massachusetts Department of Energy and Environmental Affairs issued a press release this past week announcing the completion of 15 fishing and boating access projects across the state. The combined projects cost $2
Summer is officially here now that the first report of a great white shark sighting is at hand. Researchers from the Atlantic White Shark Conservancy happened to be in the area when the shark was spotted a little ways out from Nauset Beach
I don't know any surfcasters who think shore fishing for stripers is better than it's been in past years. The general consensus is that it's getting worse, and a fair number believe the fishery is in trouble
I've not fished anywhere in the Pacific Northwest now for years but I know one of the places I'd put on my "Must Do" list if I was to get out there next week.That place is the one I talked about in my previous column
Review: Ecooda ERS 3000 Spinning Reel Under the Eposeidon Outdoor Adventure, Inc. label, the Ecooda (Royal Sea) ERS 3000 all metal, aluminum body spinning reel is a real deal
If you've followed my blog for a while, you should know I make it a point to learn a new fishery each season. A few years back, I felt complacency creeping in so I decided it was time to shake things up a little
With more and more oceanic areas being described as "barren" and "fishless" it only makes sense for nations to become more cautious about where, and to what extent, they allow heavy fishing pressure to be put on stocks. Along those lines, President Obama is looking to make a broad region of the central Pacific Ocean off-limits to fishing, energy exploration and other activities
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