Author: Daniel Lee
well as the season comes to and end, we have to move on to a different species to target. the past few months have held some excellent fishing in the north east especially the fluke (summer flounder). a lot of fish have been take on the buck tail and gulp even though the season is open for a couple more weeks, we can see that the fish are starting to dissipate. the striped bass fishing is starting to come out its summer lull and the bigger bass are starting to feed as they start there migration south. they seem to have taken to the diet of squid and porgies, but the bigger bass have been known to take a slow trolled mackerel in 100' of water. The haddock season closed this pass weekend marking the end to the summer haddock season and we will now have to wait till the fall season to open. with theses season closing it is now the beginning to the fall seasons, the tuna are starting to come in numbers and the medium grade bluefin tuna bite have has a hot bit from block island to the island of shoals. a lot of herring and half beak schools have been targeted by the tuna. the offshore game was good all summer for mahi and bigeye, but once the water became to warm its seemed that the fish have scattered, but hopfully with the storms coming up the coast it will mix up the water and create a nice temp break.
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