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

Moriches Inlet
Andrew got his first keeper fluke Read the full story

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jakelenny posted a report: Western South Shore
fish with tonybreezy on our reef bass, blues, black fish, seabass, fluke ,blue claws non stop ,,black fish 7 pounds,
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JustFun posted a report: FISHFINDER II
We had another good night of fishing on on the 5pm trip with the Fishfinder II. The boat caught some ...
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On Saturday, Desmond joined me for an AM fluke run. We hit some local pieces and it was game on. ...
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Captain Anthony Gillespie reports very good seabass fishing on both our morning and afternoon trips today. In my previous report ...
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EbbTideMtk posted a report: EBB TIDE MONTAUK
It was a great week of fishing with loads of quality fluke! Tuesday morning started things off with action on ...
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Brian got out yesterday on his boat to do some fluking with the wife and kids. He stayed in the ...
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Hey! Happy Sunday my Friends !! Today Rob Togilator chartered the Miss Beryl for a fluke foray and brought along ...
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Solid fishing over the weekend. Saturday's 16 angler charter for Alex and friends fished 8 rods and landed 8 keeper Striped ...
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hello noreasters, we got a late start slept in for ex hour this morning we got on the water 1030am ...
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After limit of striped bass and large c bass biggest 3.7 by 7am..and not being able to catch many fluke ...
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jakelenny posted a report: Western South Shore
a another great nite fish with tonybreezy on our homemade reef, small blue fish and bass all nite sea bass ...
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Capt Evan Took a charter out today in search of Tuna,Found a 20lb MAHI with four others,And a yellow fin ...
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Captain Joe reported a fantastic day on the Porgy grounds nonstop action all day from the first stop to the ...
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Captain Nick reported a great day a lot of nice cocktail blues and some jumbo porgys came up over the ...
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A great day on the ocean fluke grounds today with over 200 fluke and over 60 keepers . Pics below ...
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VikingFleet posted a report: 1/2 Day Fluke PM
1/2 Day Fluke PM Captain Liam reports an overall good afternoon of fishing aboard the Viking Stariper. Fishing start off slow ...
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srg44mag posted a report: FLAMINGO III
This young man had a fantastic day of fishing today Once he got the hang of it he was swinging fosh ...
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KING COD...8/28 Fluke and SeaBass! A good pick today, with 6 anglers, putting 25 keeper Fluke, to 5.5lbs on ice. ...
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8/27 NIGHT: IC FLEET ON THE FISH ! City Island, New York Last night 8/27 all Island current fleet captains ...
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Sound Bound Fishing New Rochelle NY Porgy by the buckets!! Capt. James and Capt. Danny both reported a Porgy filled day! Lots of ...
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This year, I decided to spend most of the summer months concentrating on freshwater ponds and lakes in search of trophy largemouth bass, crappies and pickerel. I landed some real beauties and had a great time exploring new waters
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The CST PRO 100 Chummer & Chunker is an innovative new product worth taking a closer look at. Its unique design allows you to chunk or chum at various depths from the top to the bottom of the water column
Not long ago, I remember a time when I looked forward to the summer season. That time is gone
It seems 2016 might well be viewed as the Year of the Shark. We've had the great whites dining on whales and seals off Chatham; town beaches closed from Duxbury to Nantasket; threshers and makos cavorting in Cape Cod Bay and anglers catching brown sharks in numbers off Martha's Vineyard
Those of us who pursue the finny denizen that inhabit local waters are used to working hard to tempt those fish to take our baits or lures and thus be captured for sport or a rendezvous with the backyard grill. But last week Cape Cod anglers experienced a strange, new phenomenon: namely, fish leaping out of the water at their feet
After waiting nearly a month for a break in the mid-summer heat, a perfect weather window opened for our fish-camp trip to Parvin State Park. With weather forecasters calling for daytime highs in the low 80s and nighttime temperatures dipping down to the mid-to-low 60s, I couldn't book our reservations fast enough! A week in the wilderness would include spending most of our time fishing from our Wilderness Systems kayaks and the remainder eating, sleeping, and exploring the park
It's the middle of summer and you're looking for something to do with the family. Maybe go see a baseball game? Sounds fun but you might not have $300 to burn
Today's piece concludes the coverage of the toxic plume discovered in the upper reaches of the Peconic River (Calverton/Manorville area), dating back to 2009. Additionally, I'll finish up addressing the more recent coliform (fecal) and other bacterial contamination found in the lower reaches of the Peconic River in Riverhead
For today and tomorrow, I'm going to wind down reporting on the toxic pollution of Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) discovered in the upper reaches of the Peconic River and area drinking wells. I've been recounting this matter for the past seven years—since January of this year for Nor'east Saltwater


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