The Northeast Striped Bass Study team heads east to Montauk, NY with Capt. Savio Mizzi for the July Fourth holiday…
In this video, Captain John Paduano of Premium Charters employs his deadly snap-jigging technique on spring striped bass in the…
Join The Fisherman, Navionics and Gray FishTag Research as we fish the Big Apple for striped bass while kicking off the landmark Northeast Striped Bass Study using a pair of satellite tags to place in two post-spawn Hudson stripers to track their every move over a five-month period.
Crushing the barbs on your hooks makes it easier to free them from the jaws of bass and blues. It might also help you avoid a trip to the hospital should you get stuck. The Fisherman’s Fred Golofaro tackles the task.
Hit the beach with a pair of dedicated Long Island surfcasters to understand more about what goes on in the mind of the surf obsessed.
If you haven’t pulled back the wrap yet, what are you waiting for? Get that boat prepped and ready to splash with The Fisherman Magazine, before the spring run passes you buy!
Get expert instruction for catching blackfish from shore by The Fisherman, Long Island edition, Managing Editor, Matthew Broderick.
The Power Snell is a great choice for all circle hooks, especially in cases where a large hook is used with rather light line such as is the case when chunking for tuna or striped bass.
With its mild taste, abundance in local waters and eager willingness to take a baited hook, the sea robin could be the perfect inshore target species. Here is a simple way to prepare them for the table!
If you’ve considered installing a Minn Kota trolling motor on your present boat, you may find this 25-minute video segment helpful – from parts review, to onboard survey, and ultimately the final installation and pricing.
Get a first look at the brand new saltwater Gulp colors for 2019 as they are put to good use on fluke up to 14-plus pounds off the coast of Cape Cod.
Join “Hawaiian Dan” for a few of his expert tips on targeting back bay striped bass in this exclusive Fisherman video presented by Dick’s Sporting Goods.
Does color matter? Join The Fisherman crew aboard the party boat Celtic Quest on Long Island Sound with our friends at Spro, Gamakatsu and Fat Cow Fishing as we put that question to the test.
Knowing what tide to fish for fluke can make all the difference. Get expert insight from a panel of editors and contributors from The Fisherman and Capt. Desi O’Sullivan of the Long Island party boat Celtic Quest.
"Snap jigging" is a great way to trigger strikes when fish aren’t in true feeding mode, and it’s especially effective on striped bass but works equally well on fluke, sea bass, weakfish and other inshore species.
An easy ride for anglers in the Northeast, the Niagara River area of upstate New York offers a wide variety of angling opportunities.