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Striper Poaching Season Begns in Maryland…

The Maryland Natural Resources Police have had their hands full dealing with striped bass poachers.   On April 5, 2017, Maryland DNR reported that officers had charged nine men with possessing 87 striped bass from the waters of Dorchester County. On Saturday, an officer watched as four men caught striped ...

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New, low-light lenses from Costa Del Mar…

by OTW Staff | April 3, 2017 | Apparel, Gear. above: Costa Del Mar Corbina in Mossy Oak Shadow Grass Blades Camo and Sunrise Silver Mirror Lens Costa Del Mar has introduced a new lens for 2017, Sunrise Silver Mirror. Designed for low-light conditions, Sunrise Silver Mirror lenses protect eyes from ...

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Shimano Announces College Scholarship…

New Shimano Scholarship Hooks High School Anglers up with College Cash At a special reception for high school and college bass anglers following Saturday’s weigh-in at the Bassmaster Classic in Houston, Shimano announced that they will award five $3,000 scholarships to select high school seniors planning to major in biology, ...

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IGFA Brings Observer Training Course to New England…

The International Game Fish Association will conduct its first observer training course in New England in almost 10 years. The course will be conducted at the Westbrook Elks Club in Westbrook, CT, on June 17, 2017. The New England Salt Water Fishing Club and the International Game Fish Tournament Observers ...

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Arey’s Pond Boat Yard Expands Its Services…

Arey’s Pond Boat Yard now offers an onsite canvas shop and sail loft Arey’s Pond Boat Yard, a fixture in Orleans on Cape Cod for over 60 years, announced today that construction of their new building housing their Marine Canvas and Upholstery Shop and Sail Loft is complete. “We are ...

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New Hampshire Salmon and Lake Trout Season Opens April 1…

April 1 marks the start of the open-water fishing season on New Hampshire’s large lakes managed for landlocked salmon and lake trout, including Big Squam, Sunapee, and the “Big Lake” — Winnipesaukee.  Along with these well-known water bodies, New Hampshire Fish and Game also manages 11 other lakes for landlocked ...

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The 4 Best Baits for Opening Trout Day…

If you want to be king stringer in the parking lot on the first day of trout season, you’re going to need a vest full of good bait. Here are five must haves for the first day of the season. M&M – Not the candy-coated chocolate, but the trout-killing combo ...

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Northeast Opening Trout Days 2017…

by OTW Staff | March 26, 2017 | Freshwater, Reports, Trout & Salmon. Spring is here, and that means, the return of longer days, warmer weather, blooming flowers, and the opening of trout season. Check below for the date of Opening Trout Day in your state. NJ – April 8 (see ...

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Striper Migration Map – March 24, 2017…

2017 Striper Migration Map The striper migration has begun! A mild February was followed by a cool March, but the striper migration is right where we’d expect it.  Striped bass are moving toward their spawning grounds in Chesapeake Bay, and smaller stripers are getting active in warming inshore areas in Delaware ...

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