Our final inshore installment of 2020 spotlights stripers on the fly.
The third and final installment on making stronger connections with jumbo tautog.
Bullet proof, dependable, easy to tie with cold, wet hands
When it comes to trophy tautog, it’s all about your connections.
Atlantic Striped Bass is among the species found to be below average while others flourish in the 2020 juvenile striped bass survey.
Hacking your way to better kayak success.
With the mass mini-menhaden migration underway, let the madness begin!
Will this be another “speck-tacular” season to remember in Cape May?
The second largest New Jersey reef site offers plenty of solid structure.
Early season blackfish gather first along breakwalls. Here’s how to target the fall run.
A little planning and practice can help you paddle/pedal out past the break.
False Albacore (sarda sarda) are known by many names around the world, including Atlantic bonito, little tunny, albie, Atlantic little tuna, Atlantic little tunny, bone-eater, and mackerel tuna.
Everyone needs a buddy, or two.
A bathymetric snapshot of New Jersey’s northernmost artificial reef site.
Albies and bonito and macks, oh my! From boat or shore, the next few weeks will see a steady run of speedy visitors in nearshore waters.
Grass shrimp are readily available forage for striped bass the year-round.