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

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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
As many here know, the Cupsogue beach pavilion burned to the ground on the night of September 13. As many here also know, this sad event is irrelevant to the many surfcasters who use the beach and the inlet access road for fishing
Although the buoy in Nantucket Sound reads in the mid-sixties right now, water temperatures in Cape waters have been trending downward for the past couple of weeks. The weather gurus tell us the upcoming weekend will feel like summer revisited and undoubtedly the beaches will be clogged with sun-seekers, but, ladies and gents, there's no getting around it: fall is right around the corner
My New England Patriots redeemed themselves with a win in Minnesota Sunday but sure got their heads handed to them the week before in Miami. Reminds me of those high school Saturday afternoons at Richfield Springs in upstate New York when we went at it with our chief rival Cooperstown
Before I get to the new clips, I want to pass on some beach access news. It's a rare day when Piping Plovers and environmentalists team up to actually preserve beach driving privileges, even if inadvertently and maybe only temporarily
With another fall run just around the corner, I think it's the perfect time to talk about our beloved striped bass. The plain truth is fishing for striped bass isn't nearly as good as it was just a few years ago
"It was the Law of the Sea, they said. Civilization ends at the waterline


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