If you wait until the 9th month for the ‘Fall Run’ to begin you might just miss some of the best fishing of the season.
Smithtown Bay has always been special in its own way, for a variety of species including oceanic predators.
There’s no better sound than the drag singing of the spring blues!
There’s nothing more exciting than working a popper for blues, whether from boat or shore, anticipating that the next cast will result in an explosive surface strike.
Nuclear fly fishing heats up with bluefish in the fall!
Ponytails are a simple and effective favorite amongst fishermen targeting bluefish.
Sometimes with the blues it’s feast or famine; here’s hoping for a feisty little feast this season.
Ferocious, blood thirsty schools of hungry bluefish will arrive any day now.
Bluefish prowl Western Sound harbors in late summer and early fall, providing some exciting shallow water action.
There are times when even bluefish are difficult to catch; here’s how to combat their finicky ways.
Always willing to brawl, the spring arrival of these yellow-eyed battlers on the inshore scene is a celebrated event.