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October Prime Time Fishing • Fluke Ends With A Bang • Whats Ahead For Fall Fisherman

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October Prime Time Fishing • Fluke Ends With A Bang • Whats Ahead For Fall Fisherman
Andrea Reports: In The Surf, the bite is picking up. The sand beaches from the hamptons all the way to robert moses has had there share of bass and bulefish action. There is alot of bait like mullet, snappers, bunker and big spearing so pretty soon i suspect there will be really good fishing along the south shore. Most are catching their fish on swimming plugs, poppers, tins and swimshads. Day and night time action are pretty good with more bass and bigger bass being pulled at night and bulefish and schoolies being caught at first light and last light. 

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Breaking News-Still Time To Catch A Keeper: Fluke Ends Wednesday 9/30/20 -From The Fisherman Magazine Video Report: Informe de pesca Español

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Breaking News-Still Time To Catch A Keeper: Fluke Ends Wednesday 9/30/20 -From The Fisherman Magazine Video Report: Informe de pesca Español
Fluke fishing remain constant.  There is still time to catch a keeper or two and you don't need to go far. The Local docks are producing a variety of fish. Fluke, Snapper Blues, Kingfish and Weakfish. A little bait, small diamond jig or bucktail will all produce. Remember, Fluke ends on Sept. 30th...

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Andrea Talks Weakfish • Easy Snapper Recipe • Freshwater Fishing Update • Fall Fishing Forecast

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Andrea Talks Weakfish • Easy Snapper Recipe • Freshwater Fishing Update • Fall Fishing Forecast
There were sightings of Albies just before the heavy seas approached our area.  We're confident that as the remnants of  the storm dissipate, the Albie action will improve.
Posted by Go Fishing on Friday, September 18, 2020

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Tackle Tips • Saltwater Fishing & Boating Newsletter • Fishing Is The New "Wholesome Harvest"

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Tackle Tips • Saltwater Fishing & Boating Newsletter • Fishing Is The New "Wholesome Harvest"

Striped Bass reported from Shinnecock, Moriches and Fire Island inlets with reports of Bass being landed off the beach in the Davis park area as well.

In the Great South Bay there has been a surprising run of Weakfish in the last few weeks. Drifting and slow jigging a small tubeless single hook diamond jig tipped with either squid strips or spearing has been very effective with some anglers having success with Gulp as well.

Fluke have been mixed in with the tide-runners as well using this method. While most of the Fluke have been short their have been some impressive keepers mixed in. Keep in mind Fluke Season closes on September 30th.

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September And October Predicted To Be GREAT FISHING • It's Albie Time • Recipe:Clam Sauce • Fish Facts

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September And October Predicted To Be GREAT FISHING • It's Albie Time • Recipe:Clam Sauce • Fish Facts
False Albacore have come in this week. they landed at Shinecock Inlet It is only a matter of time before these "little speedsters" are in full force around our island. For this type of fishing I recommend a lighter inshore rod from seven to eight feet in length capable of throwing 1/2oz to 1 1/2oz. When pairing a reel look for something capable of holding 300yds of 15lb or 20 lb braid. The use of a fluorocarbon leader can help you too. Something in the 20lb to 30lb range. "Albies" can be picky at times and disappearing fluorocarbon leader may give you an edge. The better abrasion properties of fluorocarbon  can help if rocks are in the picture. The new tactical angler micro clips will make switching lures out such as Deadly Dicks, Shimano Coltsniper jigs and Joe Baggs resin jigs a breeze.

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