A modern take on a Rhode Island classic that has been producing large striped bass for years.
After 15 years of these articles, we finally tackle the Bottle Plug!
All you need to know to get started building one of the Striper Coast’s more popular striped bass plugs.
A triple jointed eel designed by the late Charlie Cinto.
Here’s how to make your own durable jigs with a wide range of color options.
Here’s a pair of teasers that will catch most anything in Northeast waters, whether you choose the long rod or conventional tackle.
The story behind and the instructions to build a lure that has reached almost mythical status in recent years up and down the Striper Coast.
Catch these mini tunas on mini pencil poppers. Here’s how to make ‘em!
Here’s an economical way to build a good inventory of custom finished jig heads.
From crafting molds to blending unique custom colors, pouring soft plastics is a rewarding way to pass the winter months.
In this second plug building tutorial video of the season, Dave Anderson shows the finer points of drilling an off-center line tie in a wooden fishing lure. This technique can be applied to a wide range of lure bodies and styles.
In this plug building how-to video, master plug builder, Dave Anderson shows us how to drill the offset eye socket for the Wadd needlefish.
Resurrect this striper catching classic for some heart-stopping surface strikes this season.
Looking back at a Canal classic with appeal up and down the Striper Coast.
Because of their scarcity, swimming an original is completely out of the question.
Kicking back to a needlefish plug designed by legendary Long Island surfcaster Nat Piazza.