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WESTERN SOUND JULY 2017

July is a great month to be fishing on the waters of Long Island’s Western Sound! Striped Bass, Bluefish, Fluke, Black Sea Bass, and Porgy are all feeding in our local waters and can be a lot of fun to catch. July 3, 2017

New Grounds: Cracking the Code

I used to joke that the guys who were most outspoken about the need for absolute secrecy—or who ranted and raved the loudest every time one of my writers or I dared to divulge any quasi-detailed strategic advice about a named fishing spot—came up a little short in the booming authority department. July 3, 2017

Spot Burnout: Will Secrecy Be Our Undoing?

By Zach Harvey I shudder to think how many grand-total hours I’ve frittered away worrying about a not-insignificant amount of … May 30, 2017

SIMPLE TIPS FOR MORE FLUKE

If you done much fluke fishing over the years, or simply follow the reports, you already know the primary fluke hot spots in most areas. May 30, 2017

SPINNERBAITS TIPS

With lure manufacturers pumping out a seemingly endless array of new styles, patterns and models an almost daily basis it’s hard to keep up with all the options....May 30, 2017

Reel Psychos

Fish Focus with Zach Harvey

If A Striper Falls in the Forest: Standing By to Stand By

I know I'm not the first person to notice that we're losing prime fishable time from our already foreshortened New England seasons. I also know, having discussed this apparent new trend of the last decade or so with numerous folks in seemingly every party of the larger fishing industry, that the underlying causes for this new challenge are numerous and complex.

Ocean House Marina

RI Fishing Reports

WESTERN SOUND JUNE 2017: STRIPED BASS TACTICS

June is the best month of the year for Striped Bass fishing in the Western Long Island Sound! There always seems to be BIGGER Stripers caught and lost during this month...

Take A Shot At Tidal Creek Bass

The month of May can be a magical time for Long Island anglers. The freshwater lakes are bursting with action, doormat fluke lure their faithful to the North and South forks, and the first keeper stripers are already making waves along the South Shore.

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