29 September 2012

• Area Fishing Reports: New York, Boston, Long Island

• “New York Fishing: Angling for Bluefish Getting Hot, Striped Bass Appearing In Long Island Sound”

”Metro area bluefishing has gotten hot as water temps cool. Striped bass are finally appearing, too.

”This has enticed big hungry blues westward in Long Island Sound. Lots of choppers are now eagerly grabbing meals of bunker or mackerel in 20 to 30 feet of water behind Execution Light. Other red hot spots are Throgs Neck Bridge and Stepping Stones Light.”

Source: NYDailyNews.com

• Boston Area Fishing Report: “No End in Sight for Anglers”

“Striper fishing should stay strong at least until mid-October, tailing off on the North Shore first and the South Shore last as the fish swim in the direction of warmer water.

”But there are other species to catch as well; cod season extends to Oct. 31 out on Stellwagen Bank and Jeffreys Ledge, and bluefin tuna fishing often peaks in late October and even early November.”

Source: BostonHerald.com

• Long Island Fishing Report: “Stripers and Blues Begin To Bite With A Passion”

“If you thought the slight cooling trend of the past week would quickly usher in the fall run of stripers and blues while sending warm water visitors packing, you were half right.

”More and bigger bass and blues arrived on the scene recently, but the bite in general still has a late-summer feel.”

Source: Newsday.com

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