Username:
Password:
Get Account    
Forum Login
Login
Home  |  Magazine  |  Reports  |  Discussion  |  Blogs  |  Photos  |  Tides  |  Weather  |  Community  |  Updates  |  Fishing Info  |  Contact
Saltwater Fishing NY CT RI Nor'east Saltwater Magazine - December 2013 issue

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

RECENT ACTIVITY
  
robh1965 posted a report: Throggs Neck Bridge
Finally after a problem filled Summer our first keeper. 4 shorts a load of Sea Robbins and this 19 inch ...
1 hour ago

  
The SUPER HAWK sailed both the 7 AM and the 1 PM trips yesterday for SEA BASS ! The ocean ...
2 hours ago

  
Sound Bound Fishing New Rochelle NY Another night of Blues on both boats. Fish ranges in size from 2-16lbs. We are sailing ...
3 hours ago

  
sportsman625 posted a report: Ebb Tide
Decided to go out with Capt. Jake Nessel on the Ebb Tide today and was well rewarded with another double ...
4 hours ago

  
Halfback posted a report: HALFBACK CHARTERS
We had two trips today am with Warren Skekino and friends. The bass bite continued to be excellent with a limit ...
14 hours ago

  
Sound Bound Fishing New Rochelle NY JURASSIC PARK SIZE SCUP ON THE SOUND BOUND!!!!! Capt. James reported another savage day of jumbo ...
15 hours ago

  
Capt nick told us that his afternoon chart was a great trip lost of big porgys hitting the deck all ...
15 hours ago

  
Capt Joe let us no it was lock and load all day it was a great day had by all ...
15 hours ago

  
Just wanted to give a shout out to crew of Western Sound Charters. Had a great trip on Sunday! Was ...
16 hours ago

  
Half Day Fluke PM Captain Joey D reports another beautiful afternoon on the water. It was good fishing aboard the Viking ...
16 hours ago

  
mbarnett posted a report: CODFATHER CHARTERS
MONDAY'S BUSMAN'S HOLIDAY HAD SUSAN, GENE, CHRISTOPHER, AND THE CAPTAIN TAKING AIM AT THE FLATTIES AND CAUGHT 40 KEEPING 9 ...
17 hours ago

  
8/30 Local Porgies Western Sound Today Captain Mike reported excellent local bottom fishing for porgies and Seabass. Customers were very excited ...
18 hours ago

  
Good fishing on the afternoon trip with keeper fluke and sea bass on every drift. Paul Bocchinno was our pool ...
18 hours ago

  
KING COD...8/30 Fluke, SeaBass Update!!! Bottom Fish Charter for Robert Kahen's group did not dissapoint. Looking for larger SeaBass, we ...
19 hours ago

  
Another fine day of fishing aboard the Fin Chaser III. Fished an area we call the airport because things started ...
19 hours ago

  
Montauk Jumbo Porgies and Sea Bass Captain Dave reports a good day of fishing today aboard the Viking Starship. We went ...
20 hours ago

  
The ocean fluke bite remains excellent. Yesterday's charter for Michelle and Michelle had the ladies score with over 20 fluke ...
20 hours ago

  
just another INSANE fishing weekend for the #BoatsNSpros crew! did some different types of fishing as September will be all ...
20 hours ago

  
Half Day Fluke AM Captain Joey D reports a slow start to the morning due to the slack tide and the ...
20 hours ago

  
Got a real good bite going this morning.Some real nice fish coming up,Sailing tomorow 7am and 12pm,Come on down,best tide ...
20 hours ago

FEATURED ARTICLE

Trophy Fish Means “Trophy Tackle”
Our featured Tackle Shop for this year is Trophy Tackle, located in the village of Babylon New York. Whether you fish inshore or offshore this is the place to go for practically any piece of fishing equipment that you need. Read on and see why Tony calls Trophy Tackle the “Emerald City” of all Tackle Shops. story


RECENT FIELD EDITOR REPORTS




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
Got a phone call from my son Mark last night. He lives down in New Orleans and went with a buddy up one of the Ponchartrain estuaries chasing redfish
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


Join the noreast.com club today for $15 a year and support Noreast.com! You will receive:
A Nor'east Hat and Decal
A "Nor'easter" Tag on your discussion board posts
and Much more



 NOREAST MEDIA TEXT AD SPONSORS
SEA ROGUE CHARTERS
Ocean Fluke & Sea Bass
Full and Split Charters Available
www.searoguecharters.com

Combs Bait and Tackle
LONG ISLAND'S COD TACKLE SPECIALIST
CUSTOM RIGS,GRUNDENS,Xtratuf BOOTS
www.combsbaitntackle.com

Capt Lou Fleet
Offshore 60-80+Trips Seabass Cod
516-623-5823 Freeport, NY
www.captloufleet.com

Little Sister Charters
Sailing from Quincy, Mass
Stripers, Cod, Flounder, Bluefish
www.littlesister1.com

Buy your Noreast Media Text Ad Now!


NOREAST CLASSIFIED ADS
Bank Sinkers For Sale
0.12 an ounce. 4 oz. to 48 oz. available Sold in 25...
Fishing Tackle: Miscellaneous

Capt. Services Available
Capt. Services Available. 1- Distant and Local Delivery's Winter in Stuart Fl. Jan....
Miscellaneous: Fishing Related

Surf Lures...jigs and much more....
Closing shop...after 30 years, time to sell out. A total of 15,000 +...
Fishing Tackle: Lures



NEW BOOK BY JOHN SKINNER
New book by Noreast's own John Skinner!

A Season on the Edge chronicles a season of surfcasting from the shores of Long Island. These stories draw the reader into the experiences and the atmosphere of each trip, and are told with a level of detail that presents useful techniques and strategies that can be applied anywhere along the striper coast.

Order online
Read our surfcasters
  reviews of the book


FISHING POLL


WEBSITE TIP
Check out the section of our site that everybody's been talking about.  In the main menu, go to
Interactive > 9-11 Fishing Days


CLASSIFIED ADS
We're making it easy to buy and sell fishing products with our newest feature: Noreast.com Classified Ads!


HAUL-SEINING
Witness the Horrors of Haul-Seining in this narrated interactive slide show...





MyNoreast
"MyNoreast" is your very own custom Noreast.com Homepage. Get your information the way you want it. It's totally customizable and totally free. Give it a try now!

ATLANTIC TUNA
Read the NMFS pamphlet to assist commercial, charter/headboat and recreational users and dealers/buyers in identifying the seven regulated Atlantic Tuna species.





REGISTER TODAY
Haven't registered yet? What are you waiting for? Join the Noreast.com community now. Registered users have access to all the features on our site








2016 Noreast Media, LLC.
Terms under which this service is provided to you.