In this week’s installment of the Inshore Insider, John Skinner offers advice on early season fluke fishing with incredible underwater footage of fish responding to bucktail presentations.
John Skinner offers his take on leaders and terminal tackle for northeast striper fishing, with a unique tip for getting those thick-eyed hooks onto the Tactical Angler clips with ease.
Size does matter, especially when it comes to matching Gulp! baits to bucktails and jigs for big fluke. Join John Skinner for an Inshore Insider’s look at sizing up your fluke tackle.
Just in time for heavy duty fluke and sea bass action, John Skinner gives some insider advice on recycling those chewed up Gulp! baits with a little help from Otter Tail Strips.
Through a unique fish eye’s view of summer flounder reacting to Gulp, get a unique Inshore Insider’s perspective to what’s going on there in the strike zone this season.
When striped bass are on the sand eels, up your score with this quick and easy teaser addition good for plugging by beach or boat this season.
Whether your surf plans are along sandy shores or boulder strewn beaches, prepare to tangle with fluke in the wash this summer, including a surprising number of keepers when geared right.
Between your longest cast as a beach rat and and that spot nearest the whitewater by way of your center console, lies some of the most productive bars and sloughs best fished by way of a surf-launched kayak.
The kayak as a fishing tool is exceptional for getting to that beach zone that’s too close in for boats, too far out for casters. This week, a look at safely navigating your way back to the beach, hopefully with a hold full of fish.
Step-by-step instructions on adding a power handle to your favorite baitcaster reel.
Menhaden live to make dirty water clean again, making the lowly bunker one of our most critically important forage species. As John Skinner explains, the "dirty water" concept should help you improve your scouting!
In our weekly Inshore Insider for August 10, 2017 John Skinner offers technical advice on customizing your own fluke jigging rod.
Bait stealers got you frustrated? You might be surprised to see what happens down there – and what you may be missing by not having a little bit extra attached to that plain hook while fluking.
Get expert instruction for catching blackfish from shore by The Fisherman, Long Island edition, Managing Editor, Matthew Broderick.
Join The Fisherman’s Mike Caruso in this unique video that shows how Seakeeper marine stabilization systems work and how they perform, with expert installation advice from Atlantic Marine Electrical Service.
See how the features available from Raymarine and Navionics can help improve your fishing success.