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

North Shore Yak togs
nickyvic posted a report: Jones to F.I.I.
It was a cold morning....winds were finally fine!! Ran out of Jones Inlet with my friend Rich. We tried all ...
2 hours ago

ran out on buddies 21 parker this am. great boat being it was 40 degrees when we left the dock. ...
2 hours ago

sassicaia posted a report: She Was Just 17
Fished from 3:30 till around 6PM today. The bite was very slow until after low tide, then it was game ...
2 hours ago

S.Pleasure posted a report: Hemp Reef
Nice conditions out this morning then west wind picked up late morning to a 3' chop. Right out side Jones ...
2 hours ago

Sorry for the delayed reports for THE CAPTAINLOU VII this weekend.. we were a little busy. If anyone listened to ...
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Did some deep sea fishing on my honeymoon in Barbados. On 10/17/14 I meet up at 545am to be greeted ...
3 hours ago

syxxt9 posted a report: Islamorada Florida
We are nearing the end of October and it is starting to feel a little bit like Fall here in ...
4 hours ago

Good Blackfishing again today! The bite was a little bit scratchy, but the everyone managed to put some nice size ...
4 hours ago

Roger reported a very good day of fishing overall aboard the Gail Frances. The day started a little on the ...
4 hours ago

More quality Blackfish from the weekend! Fish were chomping on green crabs in skinny water down to 50' Pics below Thanks, Capt. ...
4 hours ago

fretlessfishrmn posted a report: "Short" Trip
Had a Bass on almost every drift this morning, before the wind picked up. Mostly small. I did catch a ...
4 hours ago

Lots and lots of limits of real quality Tog over the weekend.......... Pics below. Enjoy Capt. Ken & Barbara, Brooklyn Girl, Orient ...
4 hours ago

Great weekend of slob Toggin' on the Brooklyn Girl. Both trips saw lots of quality Blackfish between 7 and 9 ...
5 hours ago

Couple of reports in one: Haven't reported in a few weeks. A lot going on out there. First off, Weakfish Weakfish ...
5 hours ago

aallen1028 posted a report: South Fork
Had a 28",30", and a 32" this morning b/t 5:30-7:30 on an ocean side beach. Top of the tide, calm ...
6 hours ago

Block Island Porgies and Sea Bass Captain Dave reports an excellent day of fishing today aboard the Viking Starship. There were ...
6 hours ago

codfather00 posted a report: portchester
Been catching blackfish lots of shorts with some nice size fish mixed in biggest so for 6.25lbs
7 hours ago

CosCob posted a report: western sound
10/20...1st double digit over the weekend, 15ft of water on 1/2oz tidal tail tipped with small asian...six man lmt and ...
7 hours ago

CaptVCKAC posted a report: Karen Ann Charters
Bassin continues to pick up, as well as the blackfish Trips will target bass live bait fishing and tog/bottom afterwards Tuesday morning ...
8 hours ago


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


The old man on the cover of this week's Fisherman Magazine is my 89-year-old father, Bob Skinner, and the big striper weighed 56 pounds at Caraftis Fishing Station in Mattituck. He boated it on a live eel, which he trapped himself
Enjoy a family-oriented fishing festival on October 18 from 10 AM to 4 PM at Hempstead Lake State Park. No fishing license is required for this event, hosted by NYSDEC and NYS Parks
That was some whale that washed ashore on Long Island on Thursday last week. The bite marks looked like something had treated the 58-foot fin whale's carcass like a giant corn on the cob and gnawed massive chunks of skin and blubber from the beast (most likely after it was already dead
I have been fishing all my life and running party or charter boats for some 20 years, many times at night, using radar. When there were sailboat races, a deckhand was stationed outside the wheelhouse for a second set of eyes
What do you picture when you think about the fall run? If you're a surfcaster, you probably think about bent rods, drag-screaming runs, slammer bluefish and blitzing striped bass. Backwater anglers likely picture linesiders blowing up on top-water plugs, jigging soft-plastic baits for weakfish and stripers around structure, and a chance to tangle with unicorns: South Jersey redfish and spotted sea trout
In the never-ending saga of The Stolen Oysters, Joe Vaudo, the owner of Joe's Lobster Mart has dug in his heels and plans to fight on against the Massachusetts Department of Public Health, the folks who intend to shut Joe's business down as a result of his purchase of oysters stolen from local oyster beds in Cape Cod Bay. On Friday, the state issued a cease and desist order to Vaudo, the Sandwich retailer and wholesaler whose business received the stolen oysters last year
Having run charter and party boats for over twenty five years, I am always interested in new technology and how it can help those of us who fish be more productive. These days, there are too many boaters and too few fish by regulation
In my December 1st, 2013 monthly report for Nor'east Saltwater, I compared wooden lures to plastic classics. Nine months later, having field-tested several new cedar conquerors manufactured by Phase II Lures of Westport, Connecticut, I've come to a definitive conclusion that wood is indeed good and that five quintessential shapely configurations positively belong in your angling arsenal
The call surprised me.When a question comes my way as a result of something I've written about fishing, it most often originates from someone just getting into the sport
So we lost our shot at black sea bass when their season closed for 2014 last week. And now fluke is done for as well so I guess that leaves tautog as the main bottom-fishing target the rest of this year

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