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Bass @ Block

Join in the discussion here on the NBSSportfishing.com forums. Your input is what makes this place great. Share your experience and information on the No BS Saltwater Fishing Forum – Fishing Reports, Discussion, Experience and Knowledge Sharing. Here’s how this thread started: “Sand eels seem to be petering out, tide kind of sucked this weekend,however did have “

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Little Speedsters Starting to Show

This week has been the warmest all year, it actually feels like the dog days of summer.  Hot weather equals two things to many Southern New England fisherman:  false albacore and bonito.  Little tuna chasers will be happy to know there have been isolated reports of bonito being caught in the region, but no solid blitzes yet.  It might be a little early to run out looking for them, but I?ll leave that to you.

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Catchin’ Anything?

Striped bass fishing has been consistently inconsistent, but there are a few fish at most of the usual haunts around The Islands and off their beaches. For natural baits, pogies (when available) are working, along with live eels. Trolling big Danny plugs on wire at night is still pulling in some big fish.

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King Cod After Work Striped Bass

Join in the discussion here on the NBSSportfishing.com forums. Your input is what makes this place great. Share your experience and information on the No BS Saltwater Fishing Forum – Fishing Reports, Discussion, Experience and Knowledge Sharing. Here’s how this thread started: “Took my wife Amy and Jr. out after work today, for a quick shot at “

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Saltwater fishing license will be a reality soon

(greenwichtime)  It is all over but the paying.  Break out the wallet, you fishermen of striper, bluefish, porgy,fl

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Basics For Saltwater Striped Bass Fishing With Light Tackle

Striped Bass. Striper’s.  Rock fish.  Linesiders.  There is a certain mystique about the striper that makes everyone want to catch them.  It’s a beautiful fish, anyone who has seen one fresh out

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