The Fisherman’s Senior Editor Fred Golofaro provides insights on using Gamakatsu inline circle hooks for striped bass.
Everyone needs a buddy, or two.
July 19th started like any other typical morning when it comes to a Montauk fishing trip.
Casting for bass from the deck of your boat adds another dimension to your fishing that may not only be more fun, but often more productive.
As temperatures climb, focusing in on details and trying new things can be the difference between scoring or not.
There are currently three 46-inch jumbo stripers swimming around somewhere in the North Atlantic with MiniPSAT devices affixed to their shoulders.
Schoolies are never out on those quiet summer nights.
Whether you fish by boat or by beach, adapting to the menu can help lead to seasonal success.
Tracking Long Island Sound’s early-season stripers from west to east both from shore and by boat.
What’s not to like – generally calm water, light tackle, small lures and the first stripers of the season?
A regional guide on where to connect with the first stripers of the season.
Whether you fish from a boat or the surf, having confidence in your fishing ability plays a critical role in the striper game.
The striped bass population is alive and well many miles north of the proverbial “Striper Coast.”
The kayak is the perfect platform to target big bass on shallow, near-shore reefs.
The second tag is in with full results to be revealed in late December.
Fall is the best time of year to target stripers on the fly as they fatten up for the run south.