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

Today I made a run
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After work got the itchy so decided fish for couple of hours. Makes some calls hookup with crews. Didn’t find ...
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jfisherman1983 posted a report: Raritan bay
Went out after work on sat. For some bass and found them only had 2 hours of fishing but it ...
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plecofish posted a report: GSB
Very Cold, Very Slow...... Took a ride with Capt Navajo aboard the O'shn6 to check things out. Marked life on sounder, probably ...
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ghostrider posted a report: South Fork
NOT YET :: At least not for me, I've been fishing the bottom of the outgoing tides in several local ...
6 hours ago

  
Today I made a run to one of the back bays to the west hoping i could find a better ...
18 hours ago

  
Hey there fellow anglers. So for about the past week and half I've been fishing my usual spring striper/blues spot ...
19 hours ago

  
Today, the water temps were very cold -- down to 45 to 47 degrees, and the wind was still honking. ...
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TODAYS TRIP SAW 50 CODFISH WITH 31 KEEPERS AND ONE LING FOR A LIGHT CROWD OF 13 FISHERMEN,WE HAD CALM ...
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IT WAS BETTER THAN EXPECTED FOR THE FIRST TRIP OF OUR 2015 SEASON..WE HAD 25-30 SHORT BASS MAINLY ON CLAMS ...
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Yesterday we had GREAT fishing for Micheal and John from the YES Network on our afternoon tide trip! We had ...
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Things are getting better had some short action with a couple of keepers today read fish all day more of ...
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fishing19 posted a report: Western North Shore
Went out a lot of times ... had no luck until last night and the night before. I had total ...
Yesterday

  
fishmania posted a report: Western South Shore
Hello everyone, Been a long time since I posted on here I hope everyone is well and getting ready to ...
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Sound Bound Charters/Open boat. Last night we had a Flounder/ Bass charter. We were able to put a pick of ...
Yesterday

  
NickB0212 posted a report: Hoboken
Had some leftover sandworms from the weekends flounder trip. My buddy Jimmy and I decided to see if anything was ...
Yesterday

  
lenn8n posted a report: Central North Shore
Went out 5 mornings this week. Mon-fri. First two days was beautiful in the back of the harbor. Glass conditions, ...
Yesterday

  
Donzo posted a report: Dry Tortugas .Keys
Went to the Dry Tortugas with my boy Anthony been fishing with him since we where kids. We use to ...
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Last night we sailed our first night charter and despite the terrible conditions we managed one keeper and some pick ...
2 days ago

  
Yesterday we had a half day Flounder charters and had a great trip! We managed 7 Flounder in 2 1/2 ...
2 days ago

  
striperkingcrab posted a report: Hudson River
Had a chance last night to hit the spot in N. Westchester on the outgoing. Holy mackerel what wind. Very ...
2 days ago

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Spring has sprung and bass are feistier than ever in Cape Cod ponds. Striped bass are just a couple weeks away from beginning to trickle back to the Cape from points south, a trickle that will soon become a torrent of fish swarming into Cape waters and onward to northerly destinations
Any hope that a warmer than usual April would come along and bail us out of the potential season delaying effects of the brutally cold and snowy winter have passed. We're most of the way through the month and there's been only a handful of warm days
Wow! Sunshine and 75 degrees sure feels good. It's hard to believe we had ice-covered waters just a few weeks ago
Here's a message from the folks at the Division of Marine Fisheries that will certainly affect recreational striper fishing this season: April 2015 The Division of Marine Fisheries (MarineFisheries) has adopted a 1-fish recreational bag limit for Atlantic striped bass in 2015; the recreational minimum size limit remains the same at 28". This bag limit reduction (from 2 fish) was undertaken to reduce recreational harvest in Massachusetts by at least 25%, as required by the interstate management plan
We are now into serious melt-out-time when it comes to the Cape's ponds and lakes. Open water access has improved by leaps and bounds since we started seeing air temperatures soaring into the fifties and sixties over the past couple of weeks
Somehow I just knew that fish was going to hit.If you read my last column you know I told about being up to my boot tops in Southwest Washington's beautiful Kalama River
A serious surf fisherman can easily tire when carrying around 12- 10- or even 9-foot poles married to some heavy-duty reels. Let's first look at some light surf spinning outfits and weigh the situation carefully
I waved the white flag during the snowstorm that took place on the first day of spring. Tomorrow morning, I won't just be flipping a page on the calendar to April; I'll be waving the checkered flag on what seemed like a never-ending winter season
The Boston Globe published an interesting article last week on overfishing by nations around the world. Here's the link:http://www


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