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May 09, 2011

Al Ristori

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Action-starved anglers in New York and New Jersey have discovered that they don't have to wait until May to catch striped bass.
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The bizarre tripletail provides an unusual and exciting sight-casting experience around the crab-pot buoys of Florida Bay.
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World-roving outdoor writer and fish junkie Al Ristori reflects on his many adventures at this fantastically fishy Panamanian locale.
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The month of June sees the arrival of menhaden along the New Jersey shore, and lining up to feast on them are some of the biggest striped bass of the season
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Australia's remote Northern Territory harbors all kinds of exotic game fish to keep the traveling angler busy. Just be sure to keep an eye on the crocs!
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Huge yellowfin tuna on spinning tackle? Savage strikes from giant cubera snapper and roosters? Trolling for world-class marlin? Jigging for grouper?
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The new generation of spinning reels can stand the test of tuna and then some.
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When the appeal of catching a cow loses out to the rather primitive desire to just catch any damn striper, rig up with clams.
There was a time when the only good shark was a dead shark. Thankfully, those times have changed. Here's a look back at the early days of the sport and the emergence of the conservation ethic.
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Ring in the new year with trophy striped bass.
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