Jim Freda’s Saltwater Fishing Report – News – Northjersey.com

Shore fishing for tuna? – SDFish.com

HOT BAITS: Live or dead bunker, pencil how to fish for snook poppers, metal lipped swimmers, bunker spoons, and Stretch 25s are all catching big striped bass. HOT SPOTS: Big bluefish are most prevalent from the mouth of Sandy Hook over to Coney Island. Fluke are present along the channel edges in Raritan Bay. ANNOUNCEMENTS: June 6-8, Brielle Family Fishing Tournament, captains meeting 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. June 5 at Hoffmans Marina, 608 Green Ave., Brielle. For original version, click here http://www.northjersey.com/news/jim-freda-s-saltwater-fishing-report-1.1026429

Fishing report: Homer halibut improving, Talkeetna trout biting | Alaska Fishing | ADN.com

Those who fish in Virginia’s designated trout waters will require both a freshwater and trout license, so it’s advisable to check with area Game & Inland Fisheries folks or seek the information at http://mrc.virginia.gov or http://www.HuntFishVA.com or on a cell or other mobile device at http://www.dgif.virginia.gov/app/. “We have some of the best rivers, lakes and streams for fishing in the country and we would love it if the nonfishing public would give it a try. It’s fun and rewarding,” said Bob Duncan, executive director of the Virginia Department of Game & Inland Fisheries. “Virginia has always been recognized as an angling destination, from blue ribbon trout streams in the mountains to world class saltwater fishing in the Chesapeake Bay and Atlantic Ocean.” The Marine Resource Commission’s website has extensive information on Virginia’s recreational fishing size, season and creel limits. The freshwater catch regulations can be found at the Game & Inland Fisheries website. Original news source http://www.timesnews.net/article/9077500/virginia-offering-free-fishing-days-first-weekend-in-june

Shore fishing for tuna? May 28, 2014 Written by SDFish.com How would you like to be able to catch pelagic species like tuna and jacks from right off the coast? This young group of anglers from Australia is able to do just that – but they’re putting their lives on the line every time they do. They call themselves “land based game fishermen,” and that sounds accurate. But some would call them dare devils or worse. In any case, its pretty extreme! Their youtube channel describes it like this; “Not many people know about the most difficult and extreme form of fishing that exists. For original version, click here http://sdfish.com/saltwater-fishing-news/3994-shore-fishing-for-tuna

Virginia offering free fishing days first weekend in June | Kingsport Times-News

Virginia offering free fishing days first weekend in June

That is why Ship Creek fishes well into the flood tide, slows down “on the peak” and then picks up again on the outgoing tide. “Catch them coming and going,” Slinker says. That is why I write this fishing report. Every week I get to talk with the experts and share the latest information. Hopefully, someday I’ll be lucky enough to fish every day like Slinker and Babinec. For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://www.adn.com/2014/05/28/3490748/fishing-report-homer-halibut-improving.html


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