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Figuring Out False Albacore…

There are no truths when it comes to figuring out false albacore. There is a reason why the lingo fishermen use to talk about false albacore sounds like it’s from an out-of-date mental health textbook. These “funny fish” inflict albie addiction with their unpredictable behavior and bipolar mood swings. Up ...

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Featured Lure: Daddy Mac Albie/Bonito Jig…

For residents of the Northeast, the final dog days of summer are treated more as a ceremony than as the end of a season. The rugged hills and seaside towns slow, accepting a lethargic and patient transition before the low light and chill of autumn settles in for good. Drinks ...

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Fly-Fishing for Fall Largemouths…

Pictured above: The author shows off a chunky early fall bigmouth that smacked a cork popper on an eastern Long Island pond. Surface bugs tempt big bass when the leaves change color. The small bass bug left barely a ripple on the surface as I gave it a light twitch, ...

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Guatemala Fishing Report, September 8, 2017…

by OTW Contributor | September 8, 2017 | Reports, Uncategorized. Last week, the captains and crews at Big Buoy Fishing in Guatemala fished three days with the Betsworth family from Kansas. We released a total of 28 sailfish using a ballyhoo rig with circle hooks and a bait-and-switch technique with ...

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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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