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Metro NY Edition
A CALL FOR ACTION IN CONNECTICUT by Toby Lapinski
If you like catching trout or salmon in Connecticut waters, read this editorial and pick up the phone today!
ANGLER’S PARADISE AT SALTY EXPO by Fred Golofaro
The Saltwater Fishing Expo at the Garden State Exhibit Center in Somerset, NJ is the largest show dedicated to saltwater sportfishing north of Miami, FL.
Airmar’s new CHIRP transducers really are a step up the evolutionary ladder in the world of recreational fishfinders.
AFTER THE STORM - ON LONG ISLAND, SANDY'S BREACHES TO BE CLOSED by Tom Schlichter
Governor Andrew M. Cuomo announced that work will begin immediately to close the breaches on Long Island's barrier islands caused by Hurricane Sandy.
Following the devastation of Hurricane Sandy, New Jersey's Belmar open boat fleet has resumed fishing. That's bringing smiles, hope and solid action to those anglers who can manage to get out.
ANGLERS PULLED FROM FRIGID WATERS OFF COAST OF MASSACHUSETTS by Toby Lapinski
While out for a day cod fishing off the New England coast, two local anglers discover a capsized boat and become heroes.
Bait shops, charter and party boats forced to close early this year should benfit from proposed disaster relief.
AFTER THE STORM - STARTING TO SAIL IN JERSEY by Chris Lido
For many Jersey Shore businesses the season hangs in the balance, but more and more tackle shop and boats are getting underway this week.
To everyone affected by Hurricane Sandy, The Fisherman extends our sincere wishes that life quickly gets back on track. Challenges lie ahead but the angling community is a tough bunch - and a close family. We hope to see you back on deck and in the suds real soon.
ANDE BLUE MONSTER MONO by Capt. John N. Raguso
Ande’s new Monster Mono in “Gulfstream” blue is a line that’s born and bred for rough and tumble blue water action.
A DAY IN THE LIFE OF A PARTY BOAT MATE by Tom Schlichter
We dare you to not break a sweat as you follow mate Deena Lippman through a typical morning’s worth of bay fluke fishing on the open boat Shinnecock Star.
The largest spring striper tourney on Long Island's Great South Bay raised nearly $8000 dollars for charity and was won by a 46-pound cow.
The Fisherman Magazine takes you to Alaska's Tanaku Lodge for some amazing halibut, salmon and bottom fishing, all set against the wild environs of the 49th state.
The improved Albright knot is great for joining mono to braid. It has a smooth finish and provides added insurance against slippage, especially in offshore applications.
Direct from the 2011 ICAST Tackle Show in Las Vegas, The Fisherman Magazine and Accurate Fishing Products provide insight into this manufacturer's all-new spinning reel - and it's a winner!