Bucktails with pork rind, tube and worm, eel skin plugs; so what about them? With the new circle mandate in…
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.