These cod fishing tactics have stood the test of time and are as effective today as they were in the “good old days.”
July 27, 2017, started like many other days. I arrived at the Viking 5 Star around 2 a.m.
Veteran angler/author grabs a spot along the rail for a “golden” opportunity for scoring the best tasting fish offshore.
Dolphin, dorado, or mahimahi, whatever name you prefer, they are exciting to catch and delicious on the table.
A successful day on the offshore grounds requires more than just a thorough knowledge of water temperature, clarity and the location of baitfish, but it is a good place to start.
While perhaps not the monster makos of the deep, it’s not exactly like chasing bluegills and tommycod either.
I adopted high speed trolling as part of my arsenal, and many wahoos later, it continues to yield excellent results.
Catching squid is no longer limited to vertical jigging after dark under crowded dock lights.
A veteran shark angler with numerous tournament wins under his belt shares some intel to give you an edge in the sharking game.
What effect will proposed off shore wind farms have on both commercial and recreational fisheries here in New England?
When it comes to catching cod in the dead of winter, the waters off of Montauk and Block Island are tough to beat.
Jigging for tuna has become the go-to approach for many anglers intent on doing battle with these hard fi ghting pelagics.
While cod and blackfish still take center stage, it’s hard to ignore those dinner-plate sized bait stealers filling some rail-hugger coolers.
A handful of veteran skippers share their insight on what you need to make a successful run at winter cod.
Have you ever been offshore and realized you forgot the rubber bands, or the ones you had dried in the…
The weather part of the equation plays a larger role in determining when and where you fish offshore.