A west coast staple finding a new home on the east coast
When small to medium bluefins are on the menu, downsize your gear for drag-melting fun!
Once you dial in a few of these tips, you’ll be connected. Let’s get poppin’!
A look at one of the most popular and wicked fish in the sea.
Trolling tuna with sidetracker bars on mid-sized boats
A good mate is an invaluable component in offshore fishing success.
Wide and side trackers have taken the mid-range tuna trolling world by storm, here’s a 10-pack of tips and tricks to make you more successful this season.
Fishing shoes offer traction, protection, support, and comfort for long days on deck or from shore.
Some thoughts on fighting big fish from small boats from a master of the craft.
Regardless of whether you are using monofilament or fluorocarbon, there are many ways to attach a hook to the mainline.
All the best preparation is for naught without the right connection on the terminal end of your line.
The skipjack tuna is common yet smaller tuna often encountered off the coast of New England and the Mid-Atlantic States.
The adventures of a lucky little fish with a big story that crossed from one side of the Atlantic to the other.
A look at several options for connecting solid braid to a monofilament or fluorocarbon top shot.
Highly prized as a recreational gamefish, mahi-mahi grow fast and have saved the day on more than a few bluewater trips.
Our inshore and offshore waters come alive during late summer with a variety of transient gamefish.