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.
The Northeast offers plenty of places to tangle with the fish of 10,000 casts.
Easily the best tasting freshwater fi sh you’ll fi nd, walleye action heats up this month along the Delaware River.
As winter gives way to spring, largemouth bass begin to move shallow and they are eager to feed.
March is a good time to break out the light tackle outfit or fly gear for the return of a revolutionary classic.
Drained of its trout population in 2009, this historic river is once again producing quality trout fishing.
Long Island’s tidal rivers and creeks provide a ready cure for cabin fever.
Fishing doesn’t stop during the winter for those who walk on water. Knowing where to set your holes is the key to a successful outing.
Long winters without fishing can give you the shakes. Why not combat the ailment with a little catching?
Winter is a great time to target large New England pike and here are some tips to make your time on the ice more productive.
Most winters the open-water trout season never rests on the many kettle ponds of Cape Cod.
The crossover from salty umbrellas, to tournament bassing, and back again to the inshore grounds.