A new Rhode Island record told from the captain’s perspective.
When Matt Stone headed out for some togging last week, he didn’t expect to break his personal best, twice. And…
Registration for The Fisherman’s Coastal Kayak Clash is Open To get in on the game, competitors really only need to…
A trophy-sized tautog may put you on top and clear your path for victory.
It should come as no surprise to you that I love working the surf, at night, for striped bass; I’ve…
The trolling motor is changing the way we wreck fish.
Prepare for the upcoming blackfish season with The Fisherman’s Toby Lapinski and Dale Nicholson as they join the crew of The Black Hawk for a live seminar on Thursday, February 25.
Get expert instruction for catching blackfish from shore by The Fisherman, Long Island edition, Managing Editor, Matthew Broderick.
Tog fishing during the late fall in these waters are for the big leaguers since you’re going to be playing with some big togs, deep-water and strong currents.
The quest for personal best requires a dedicated effort.
Early season blackfish gather first along breakwalls. Here’s how to target the fall run.
Blackfish jigs are the perfect tool for targeting early season blackfish in Long Island Sound.
Unquestionably, those long-ago four blackfish were my stepping stones on the path to broader fishing knowledge.
The fundamental components to becoming a successful blackfish jigger.
The majority of my fishing for these fish the last few seasons has consisted of making casts averaging around 30 feet.
Because last fall was exceptional, there is a good chance we will see much improved blackfish action this spring.