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THE FISHERMAN MAGAZINE'S ANNUAL SURF & INSHORE FISHING SHOW New Event!

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THE FISHERMAN MAGAZINE'S ANNUAL SURF & INSHORE FISHING SHOW   Date: September 19, 2019 ¦ Time: 6:00PM - 11:00PM Ongoing seminars by Matt Broderick, Alberto Knie, Bill Wetzel, Capt. Joe Wenegenovsky, Bill Muller and others. One on Ones on rod building, fishing metals, plugging tips, beach driving and fishing soft plastics. Free goody bag to first 500 attendees; Giant raffle with great prizes and free raffle ticket to all attendees. More than 70 vendors. Where:Huntington Hilton598 Broadhollow Road - Route 110Melville, NY 631-345-5200 Get Directions Admission: $20 Adults; $15; 16 And Younger Follow us on twitter:  Follow @jjsportsfishing  

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MARK YOUR CALENDAR: 36TH ANNUAL SNAPPER DERBY- SATURDAY, AUGUST 31ST '2019

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MARK YOUR CALENDAR: Don’t forget about this years 36th annual snapper derby being held at Patchogue's Mascot Dock. This event will be taking place on Saturday, August 31st.

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Ron's Recipes

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Don't Forget Dad-Sunday June 16th 2019

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Grilled Striped Bass Recipe for Fathers Day- Use a whole Striped Bass Fillet removing the skin and all red (dark) meat. Lightly sprikle olive oil on the fillet coating both sides then place on a large piece of aluminum foil (big enough to wrap the fillet}. Spread a handful of aspargus stalks with the hard end removed over the fish. Add a little more olive oil along with crushed garlic over the fish and asparagus. Season with coarse black pepper and a little bit of table salt. Slice a few lemon wedges and place on top before wrapping the fillet. Grill on the BBQ at a medium to high heat with the cover closed turning the foil packet over after a few minutes. Cook time will depend on the thickness of the fillet, 3-4 minutes on either side should be enough, when the fish is white and flaky it is done. If you like it more on the done side open the foil and close the lid at a high heat for another minute or two. Serve with some potato salad and your favorite cold beverage

 

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Charlie Graves's lures

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