False Albacore (sarda sarda) are known by many names around the world, including Atlantic bonito, little tunny, albie, Atlantic little tuna, Atlantic little tunny, bone-eater, and mackerel tuna.
By beach or boat, there’s a tunny of opportunity ahead.
Albies and bonito and macks, oh my! From boat or shore, the next few weeks will see a steady run of speedy visitors in nearshore waters.
Hunting false albacore and related funny fish on the kayak is one of the greatest local inshore challenges and thrills.
In these days of social distancing, here’s how to try the ultimate sport for false albacore and bonito.
All hail our summer visitors!
Follow false albacore as they move through Southern New England in the fall.
The Spanish word for beautiful – bonito. In the Northeast, it also means opportunity.
These late summer visitors are a fan favorite of light tackle anglers in the Northeast.
Everything you need to know to catch false albacore and green bonito on metals this season.
If you’re not prepared with some larger offerings in your tackle bag, your chance of scoring is diminished.