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

Roger reported today’s cod fishing was fractionally better
Matt from Narragansett Read the full story

RECENT ACTIVITY
  
dieselgrady posted a report: Jam Bay plus
I thought the reports about poor flounder fishing were exaggerated, or people were not putting enough into it; I gave ...
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skullcandy252 posted a report: Montauk
Went for my first visit at Montauk light house. Was just to scout it. Tried throwing a bunch of lures but ...
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These guys who came out on the boat saturday had been waiting for this trip since January ! If you ...
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captclambelly posted a report: Quogue Canal
Fished 2 hrs each side of flood with heavy chum with sands, clam and fresh mussel on the hooks. Four ...
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VikingFleet posted a report: Montauk, NY
April 17th-38 Hour Tile/Hake/Wreck Express Capt Steven Sr. reports an excellent start to our 2015 Offshore Fishing Season! After losing a ...
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Still wasn't too thrilled with local results, so I took a drive out to a Jersey reservoir for some crappie ...
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Started my season late this year. Had a whole week to think about either to go surf casting or boat ...
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The SUPER HAWK sailed LIMITED COD AND POLLOCK EAST END WRECK TRIPS on FRI , SAT and SUN. FRI saw ...
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doug0105 posted a report: Central North Shore
I took my fly rod for a walk Saturday. the sound water was still really cold. no hits , saw ...
13 hours ago

  
thiskatt posted a report: NY side
Wind lots of wind . Incoming tide brought seaweed and $hit loads of it but the stripers were swimming in ...
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striperkingcrab posted a report: Hudson River
Weekend Update: Sat- fished the spot in N. Westchester for a really solid day of action for all. Fished most of ...
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We sailed on our first striped bass trip this Saturday we headed for Raritan bay for some clam fishing unfortunately ...
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House105 posted a report: Central South Shore
HIT MY NORMAL EARLY SEASON SPOT ON THE BAY HAVE HAD A FEW LITE TAPS ON MY GO TO BLUE ...
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OnTheRocks79 posted a report: The Weekend
I got out both Friday and Saturday, and not much luck. I Chummed heavily for flounder Friday morning with no ...
24 hours ago

  
TallPaul posted a report: Western South Shore
I dug fresh clams, snagged lived Bunker and prayed to Durga, but no fishies for me:)
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Mrtouchdown posted a report: hidden
Found one beauty & a flounder
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Slow bite this weekend, buts it's a start - will only get better as water warms up from the 46-47 ...
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On Saturday, I went out solo just to check things out on a beautiful warm day. I headed deep in ...
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TODAYS BASS FISHING HAD HEAVY SHORT ACTION 516.322.7442 SAILING 7 DAYS A WEEK FLUSHING QUEENS
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TOOK OUT THE 6 PACK LAST NIGHT. WE HAD A COUPLE OF NICE KEEPERS WITH GOOD BITES AND SHORTS. 516.322.7442 ...
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RECENT FIELD EDITOR REPORTS




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
Trout Stocking Schedule - Southeast District. Due to the heavy snow and thick ice that remains on lakes and ponds across the state, trout stocking likely will not begin until the last week of March or the first week in April, beginning with the eastern region of the state moving westward as the ice and snow melts
The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) and NYS Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation (OPRHP) will hold their annual Spring Family Fishing Festival on Saturday, April 11 at Belmont Lake State Park. Additional sponsors for the fishing festival include the Natural Heritage Trust, the Fisherman Magazine, and radio stations 106
"IUU (Illegal, Unreported, and Unregulated) fishing is a worldwide problem. It occurs when fishers break the rules, when they do not report their catches accurately, or when they undermine international measures that are in place to conserve our shared fisheries resources


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