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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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Sunday fishing was very slow only a few bites we watched the small boats trolling have a party water is ...
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striperkingcrab posted a report: Hudson River
Fished both mornings this weekend in N. Westchester for the outgoings- usually producing plenty of action, but not this time. ...
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CaptVCKAC posted a report: Karen Ann Charters
Bass showing in force today for John, Tommie, Jason, Brad, Mike, and guest quality fish. I'll try and get some ...
9 hours ago

  
ELIASV posted a report: Good Start
Fished Raritan yesterday, jigging-casting-and trolling 6" paddletail shads accounted for about 15 fish into the mid thirty inch range. Bottom ...
15 hours ago

  
ekihss posted a report: Captree Pride
Going aboard the Captree Pride today was like coming home, as the boat is the old Captree Princess. After fishing ...
16 hours ago

  
I fished J-Bay yesterday despite the wind and 40 degree air temperature in the morning. I picked up 8 bass ...
16 hours ago

  
There was 16 or 17 fishermen on the boat today and I can tell you everyone got their money's worth and ...
16 hours ago

  
accidently I woke up at 3 a.m. here in Brooklyn and was thinking which way to go by LI or ...
17 hours ago

  
7 bass from 20"-26" all in about an hour and a half of fishing at sunset thier out thier go ...
17 hours ago

  
NT3434 posted a report: No Time Bass Limit
Had Steve Sakis and family out today. Beautiful weather for a change. After a late start we managed to pick ...
18 hours ago

  
Great fishing today for Teresa, Harvey and friends. Easy bass limit with fish to 28lbs. Many others released. We switched ...
18 hours ago

  
Had some great friends out today for the first trip of the season.Capt. Jeremy caught these flatties for dinner.So nice ...
18 hours ago

  
Team TCB all over fish to 30 pounds late night bite. Incredible large body of bass in the back of ...
20 hours ago

  
Some of today's' cod pictures. Check out captree.com for details.
20 hours ago

  
Good Evening, well I think spring might just be around the corner..it looks like we will be getting some slightly ...
20 hours ago

  
RealTauk posted a report: Western South Shore
Migrant fish are showing in the WSS.
21 hours ago

  
Had John and friends out today for one of the best bass fishing so far. We easily caught our limits, ...
24 hours ago

  
After work got the itchy so decided fish for couple of hours. Makes some calls hookup with crews. Didn’t find ...
Yesterday

  
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 ...
Yesterday

  
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 ...
Yesterday

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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
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