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Striper Migration Map – March 31, 2017…

2017 Striper Migration Map The striper migration has begun! March is going out cool and rainy, but waters are slowly warming and the striper migration is progressing.  Striped bass continue moving toward spawning grounds in Chesapeake Bay tributaries, and smaller stripers are getting active in warming inshore areas in Delaware ...

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New Jersey Files Formal Appeal of Summer Flounder Quota Reduction…

State’s representatives argue ASMFC decision will cause adverse impacts to fishery and industry New Jersey representatives to the Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission have filed an appeal requesting the commission reconsider its vote significantly reducing the state’s recreational-fishing quota for summer flounder this year, Department of Environmental Protection Commissioner Bob ...

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The Wild West Branch…

Wild rainbow and brown trout make the West Branch of the Delaware a premier fishing destination. The West Branch of the Delaware River begins as a modest-sized trout stream that flows into Cannonsville Reservoir in New York State. It meanders through Deposit, New York, eventually forming the boundary line between ...

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Local Luremaker: Al Tremblay – Fatty Lures…

The past few years, it seems like glidebaits have been the hot bait with striper fishermen. In truth, we’ve only just found out what muskie and pike fishermen have known for decades—the erratic, realistic action of a good glidebait triggers vicious hits from predatory gamefish. While a small, but growing, ...

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Selective Spring Tautog Fishing…

A case for releasing female blackfish during spring spawning season. Three cents a pound wasn’t just highway robbery, it was an insult. It was a Sunday afternoon, and we had almost two net bags of still very lively tautog in the trunk of Tommy Togger’s Plymouth sedan. Tommy was upset ...

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TFO Announces NEW 11-Foot Surf Rod…

TFO’s new GIS SP 1102-2 surf rod is specifically designed for surfcasting in the Northeast. The notion of surfcasting for stripers conjures up a romanticized image of a slicker-wearing fisherman standing on a rock, heaving monstrous wooden plugs and heavy bait rigs into the teeth of a nor’easter with an ...

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First Look: Cobia’s New 280 Dual Console…

Cobia to Debut New 280 Dual Console at Miami International Boat Show Cobia Boats, built by Maverick Boat Group, will be introducing its newest model, the 280 Dual Console, at this year’s Miami International Boat Show. The new 280 DC is built off the hull of Cobia’s 277 CC, the ...

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LeBlanc Purcases Allen Harbor Marine Service…

President and General Manager of Allen Harbor Marine Service, Craig M. LeBlanc, who has owned the Harwich Port-based boating sales and service business for two years, also has recently purchased the 2.5 acre parcel of land and facilities on Allen Harbor that the business resides on as well as a ...

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Casting Crappie Plastics For Spring Trout…

Small crappie tubes and shad-style baits work extremely well on trout, have a number of benefits, and come in every color under the sun I started fishing crappie plastics for trout about ten years ago. Before that, I fished with standard trout gear: I cast spoons, trolled stickbaits, and flung ...

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Local Luremaker: Derek Ashcroft – Lights Out Lures…

While all plug builders value feedback from other anglers and luremakers, ultimately, it’s the fish whose feedback matters most. Derek Ashcroft of Taunton, Massachusetts got that all-important feedback while fishing his first batch of hand-turned plugs, catching stripers to 47 inches on them. Since then, Ashcroft has refined his plugs ...

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