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Tips For Fall Tautog…

Brush up on your tautog fishing basics to enjoy bottom-fishing action deep into the fall. Many fishermen put their bottom-fishing gear away once the last fluke trip is in the rearview mirror. Those who turn their attention to fall bass and blues, or deer stands and duck blinds, are ignoring ...

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Funding Awarded To Help Hudson River Communities Restore American…

Governor Cuomo Announces Nearly $1 Million to Improve Water Quality and Bolster Flood Resiliency in Hudson River Estuary Watershed. Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced funding totaling $910,631 for seven projects to help reduce localized flooding and restore aquatic habitats in tributary streams of the Hudson River Estuary. To date, ...

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Striped Bass Poachers Busted At Cape Cod Canal…

by Massachusetts Environmental Police | August 24, 2017 | Stripers & Blues, Surfcasting. Earlier in the morning of August 24, 2017, Massachusetts Environmental Police Officers were patrolling the Cape Cod Canal in response to numerous complaints regarding striped bass violations. Officers encounterd a high level of compliance; however, there were ...

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New And Noteworthy Gear…

by OTW Staff | August 8, 2017 | Bass & Panfish, Bottom Fishing, Electronics, Gear, Lures, Saltwater. We sift through all the new gear in the fishing world to introduce you to product upgrades, new gear and what’s likely to be the next hot thing. This month we bring you ...

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Spotting Sharks From The Air…

Pictured above: Guided by spotter pilot Wayne Davis, researchers from the Massachusetts Division of Marine Fisheries place a tag on a white shark. Pilot and photographer Wayne Davis lends his talents to researchers studying the white sharks of Cape Cod. Wayne Davis grew up “down The Point” in the early ...

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Two Fish Certified As New Vermont State Records…

Pictured above: Mike Elwood of Burlington landed a redhorse sucker in the Winooski River in May which weighed 9.96 pounds, measured 29 inches in length and had a total girth of 18 inches Two fish caught in tributaries of Lake Champlain earlier this year have been certified as new Vermont ...

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Striper Migration Map – June 30, 2017…

Now that bass have mostly settled into their summer haunts, this will be our final Striper Migration Map of the season.   Long Island is still holding big stripers around the bunker schools, but the most consistent action has shifted east toward the waters off Montauk. In Connecticut, the striper ...

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The 50 Pounder Club…

Every sport has its pinnacle, an achievement that only happens when the stars align, and practice, persistence and opportunity come together in one impressive payoff. In baseball, it’s the perfect game. In golf, it’s the hole-in-one. In striped bass fishing, it’s the 50-pounder. Many excellent fishermen have spent years and ...

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6 Sinkers To Help Your Rig Stick…

This past April, I relearned a lesson that should, by now, be second nature—the importance of sinker selection. I wasn’t fishing the surf, although I was using a surf rod. I’d staked out a spot on the bank of the Schuylkill River, a tributary of the Delaware that begins in ...

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