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2017 Fishing Planner: Upper Cape Cod…

Shifting Striper Fishery Along The Elizabeths This past season presented challenges in terms of consistently finding larger bass, continuing a trend that has developed over the last six to eight years. Unlike the early 2000s, when there were good concentrations of big fish almost everywhere on the Cape, it now ...

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Striped Bass Poacher Busted…

by New York State Department of Environmental Conservation | February 16, 2017 | Uncategorized. For Release: Wednesday, February 15, 2017 Striped Bass Poaching – Rockland County On Jan. 30, ECO Maxwell Nicols received a tip reporting illegal Striped Bass fishing taking place at the Haverstraw Marina in West Haverstraw. ECO ...

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First Look: Contender 39 Fisharound…

Optimized for speed and comfort without sacrificing “fish-ability” the Contender 39 Fisharound has creature comforts and the attention to detail that only a captain would craft. SPECIFICATIONS LENGTH: 39′ FUEL: 500 gal. BEAM: 10′ 8″ DEADRISE: 24.5 Deg DRAFT: 24″ MAX HP: 1,400 HP WEIGHT15: 14,000 lbs. WEIGHT (LOADED): 15,000 ...

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2017 Fishing Planner: Western Connecticut…

Striper Bite Sizzles in Spring On a scale of 1 to 10, I give the 2016 season a 6 for larger striped bass and bluefish because, after early June, we had very few large fish holding on our reefs and shoals. The action picked up again in October and November, ...

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Cobia Boats Joins The Striper Cup!…

by OTW Staff | February 9, 2017 | Boating, Striper Cup. The Grand Prize for the 2017 Striper Cup has been announced: The all-new Cobia 220 CC! We’re excited to welcome Cobia Boats onboard as a premier sponsor of The Striper Cup. Cobia builds a true fishing boat that combines ...

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Managers Consider Increasing Striper Harvest…

ASMFC Atlantic Striped Bass Management Board Initiates Development of Draft Addendum V to Consider Liberalizing Management Measures In response to complaints raised by Chesapeake Bay jurisdictions regarding economic hardship since the implementation of harvest reductions for the 2015 season, the Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission’s Atlantic Striped Bass Management Board ...

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Handcrafted Artificial Lures…

Whittle away the winter while making your own lures Wintertime temperatures give the Mid-Atlantic coastal region a Scandinavian feel, and I am reminded that the first Rapala lure was handmade by working-class Finnish fisherman, Laurie Rapala, in 1936. The 4-inch-long blank of carved balsa wood went on to forever change ...

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The Northeast’s Native Muskies…

Big muskies in their native waters are just a road trip away. The muskie’s native range brushes up to the Northeast, encompassing parts of western Pennsylvania and New York. Included in these waters are some of the best trophy muskie fisheries in the world, and they are all just a ...

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NJ DEP Opposes Federal Fluke Cuts…

On Friday, January 27, at 10 a.m., Department of Environmental Protection Commissioner Bob Martin and U.S. Congressman Frank Pallone joined dozens of members of New Jersey’s fishing community, state legislators, and local officials at Fisherman’s Supply Co. in Point Pleasant Beach to announce their opposition to proposed federal cuts for ...

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