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Top Rubber Baits for Spring Stripers

Top Rubber Baits for Spring Stripers

Posted by Nick Honachefsky on Apr 26th 2019

Striper fishing is lit up right now in New Jersey, and it's just the start of the spring run. While there are varied tactics to catch bass via
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Stop, Drop and Troll

Stop, Drop and Troll

Posted by Nick Honachefsky on Apr 19th 2019

Striper season is upon us with the peak of the run set to crash Jersey’s shores in the next month and a half. This time of year, many anglers
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South Florida Fishing Potpourri

South Florida Fishing Potpourri

Posted by Mike Haines on Apr 16th 2019

Those of us in South Florida find ourselves surrounded by two things during the Spring, thawed snowbirds and a potpourri of species of fish. T
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Spring Tog Tactics

Spring Tog Tactics

Posted by Nick Honachefsky on Apr 15th 2019

Jersey anglers only have a few more weeks to target tautog as the season closes on May 1st, but the bite is bubbling right now. The key is to
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Opening Trout Tactics

Opening Trout Tactics

Posted by Nick Honachefsky on Apr 5th 2019

Opening day of trout season is set to hit Jersey on April 6th, and streams are loaded to the brim with stockers and hatchery trout. In all my
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