While technological advances played a part in the ongoing evolution of soft plastics, there was also a lot of crossover in baits.
If you trailer your boat, now’s the time to make those last minute preparations to get your ride squared away for that first trip to the launching ramp.
Catching fluke might not be rocket science, but there is sound science behind it.
From New England through the Mid-Atlantic, the springtime tautog fishery is dominated by the use of soft baits.
No matter how many seasons you have under your hull, there is always something new to learn.
Those looking for trophy catch-and-release action might consider looking to the western shore.
State stocking efforts are well underway in the region, promising big yields this season.
Plenty of stripers in the local bays and rivers in March, which bodes well for the month ahead.
Ferocious, blood thirsty schools of hungry bluefish will arrive any day now.
We continue to tweak the Dream Boat formula to level the playing field as much as possible. One of this year’s changes is sure to do that.
Brand new for 2018, the 235 replaces the 225 XSF model from last season’s lineup and stays true to Scout’s legacy with innovations and high performance, combined with stylish looks and creature comforts.
Sea Eagle has unveiled their new patent-pending, revolutionary “Roll Up & Stow - Unroll & Go” 16-foot inflatable fishing skiff.
In This Issue:
- The Evolution of Soft Plastics
- Boat Sense: Basic Trailer Maintenance
- The Importance of Scent in Fluking
- Tog Kickoff: Spring’s Soft Bait Secrets
- Ways of the New: Hands Free Anchoring
- Spring Stripers: Lower Delaware River Style
- 2018 Stock Report the Rainbow Cup Runneth Over
- Get Schooled With Backwater Bridge Bass
- Spring Blues: Slammer Savagery & Science
- 2018 Dream Boat Fishing Update
- Scout 235 XSF
- Sea Eagle Fishskiff 16
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My many years as a classroom teacher and district supervisor in the Carteret Public Schools included many memorable classroom moments with students.
Twins, almost, birthed by the New Jersey Bureau of Marine Fisheries (the dam) and then artificial reef coordinator Bill Figley (the sire).
This cod recipe was given to me many years ago, by my good friend Roz.
Weego, innovators of portable jump starters and rechargeable battery packs, has introduced a new line of versatile, multi-purpose batteries to jump start vehicles in every engine size and for every budget.
Cuda’s new Tackle Center is an innovative tool containment system designed to keep important tools organized and within reach.