Some may be surprised at the thought of 30-pound trout, but these New Jersey reservoirs have the history and potential.
While the timing of first ice can vary greatly from lake to lake, it offers some of the most productive fishing of the hard-water season.
From largemouth and smallmouth bass to hybrids and walleye, it’s prime time for deep drops on our inland waters.
Wachusett Reservoir offers a unique opportunity for the late-season freshwater fisherman.
Absecon Creek has been undergoing some major “renovations,” and improvement projects at two entirely separate locations along the creek are finally coming to fruition after several years of careful planning.
Catfish are plentiful throughout New England and make for an excellent summertime target species.
As many Keystone Staters hit the shore in droves this month, might be time to head west for some Lehigh trout action.
Trolling small crankbaits can be the secret to finding large, summertime crappies as they transition to deep structure.
Learning to fish a jig properly will broaden your ability to score bass under a variety of conditions.
A northern pike roadside attraction in Penobscot County, Maine.
The author shares some tips to help put you on the path to a lunker bucketmouth.
Nestled between Upper Pattagansett Road to its north, and Route 1 to its south, Pattagansett Lake is a 128-acre, lazy-S-shaped body of water in East Lyme, Connecticut.
It’s about time that surfcasters started to steal some of the technology from our freshwater fishing brethren.
A look at some of the lures and tactics for targeting the first fresh-run striped bass of the year in the tidal rivers.
As you will see, I didn’t end up with a local feature this month on trout fishing. I was back and forth on what to cover as trout fishing across New England is so varied in how, when and where it is practiced.
This scrappy relative of the striper is a nice early season option for anglers probing the Island’s tidal creeks and rivers.