South Indian River June Fishing Forecast | For Shore Fishing

Look for sand holes on the flats! Fish are traditionally lazy and love to sit in a sand hole and wait for the tide to bring the food for them to ambush, Conner reports. You should be able to find plenty of redfish around the shallows. The population this year has been outstanding and they have been growing all spring. Redfish schools will be feeding on the flats, so be on the lookout for them. Most will be slot size to just over the slot. All about South Indian River June Fishing Forecast | For Shore Fishing

Jim Freda’s saltwater fishing report – News – NorthJersey.com

I certainly regret missing that trip. This is my first saltwater or any-water article. I grew up doing a ton of flats and nearshore fishing around the Tampa Bay area quite a bit of nostalgia is infused in this piece. Unfortunately, other interests and pursuits have pushed my fishing time to the periphery. As I read back over this, though, it certainly puts me in the mood. Original source http://goodhunt.blogs.theledger.com/14877/my-west-coast-saltwater-fishing-article-in-this-issue-of-the-lakelander-magazine/

My West Coast Saltwater Fishing Article in this Issue of the Lakelander Magazine | Good Hunt

HOT BAITS: Live or dead bunker, pencil 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. Visit website http://www.northjersey.com/news/jim-freda-s-saltwater-fishing-report-1.1026429

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

Virginia offering free fishing days first weekend in June

It’s fun and rewarding,” said Bob Duncan, executive director of the Virginia Department of Game & Inland Fisheries. “Virginia has (visit site) 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. Game & Inland Fisheries enables anglers, novice or otherwise, to recognize a trophy freshwater catch. On average, the Virginia Angler Recognition Program measures up more than 6,000 trophy size fish annually. Since 1963, when the program began, more than a quarter million trophy fish awards have been issued. To read more, visit http://www.timesnews.net/article/9077500/virginia-offering-free-fishing-days-first-weekend-in-june

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