Sometimes, it pays to led Rodney do the work!
As we settle into the hot, summer months, so do hefty ocean fluke situate themselves in the 60- to 100-foot depths, especially south of Montauk and eastward beyond Block Island.
There’s no doubt that the August full moon offers western Sound anglers a great chance for a doormat.
A far cry from traditional surf fishing hotspots, these areas offer some very good opportunities not far from home.
Where to stake your claim!
You may lose a few rigs, but there’s more than just trouble when fluking the rubble.
Tired of culling through dozens of shorts to find a keeper? Put these tactics to work to improve the quality of your fluking.
There’s a time and place for everything, yes, including even the old standards.
Fluke fishing may not be as simple as it once was, but it can sure be a lot more fun, and more productive to boot.
New Jersey’s May 22 opener is a great day for targeting those tidal rivers for summer flounder.
Battling fluke in 4 feet of water on light tackle never gets old, and now is the time.
With the May 22 kickoff fast-approaching in New Jersey, the time has come for tactical planning.
Party boat anglers can up their game by rethinking their approach to fluking.
Long Island’s ocean waters have a reputation for producing double-digit doormats during the ninth month.
New Jersey’s artificial reefs and wreck sites offer a migratory bounty heading into September.
Spice up your fishing by experimenting with some of these other rigs and you just might discover a new favorite.