The governor’s appointee to the ASFMC talks striped bass management, now and in the future.
Seven reasons to get in on those spring bluefish trips this month.
First sign of ospreys and herring gulls should be a good indication of what’s going on out back.
It’s all-systems-go for yet another banner spring kickoff on April 6 in the Garden State.
No time on the water is ever wasted time and there’s always something new to see if you take the time to look.
The Fisherman’s Dream Boat Challenge has evolved into the top saltwater fishing tournament in the Northeast.
Tautog (or tog, blackfish) are members of the wrasse family and are found from Nova Scotia to South Carolina hanging around areas of structure from deepwater wrecks to bulkheads.
This largely overlooked world class smallmouth fishery sits in the north of Vermont and is within a day’s drive of most Northeast anglers.
Recreational anglers can play a major role in reducing catch and release mortality.
Understanding the nuances of drag settings can help avoid the painful loss of that long sought trophy fish.
For more than half a century, anglers used the traditional two-hook sinker rig to catch plenty of blackfish. Now, anglers up and down the coast are using jigs to fill their limit.
Those looking for a little flexibility in fluke regulations in 2019 may find “status quo” as just another “stab in the back.”
The Fisherman’s boating and electronics editor unravels the mysteries surrounding marine engine oil.
The Fisherman Magazine is teaming up with Gray Fishtag Research and Navionics to track the long-distance movement of striped bass in 2019 and beyond.
In This Issue:
- Striped Bass: Where Are We Headed
- April Kickoff: Kids & Back Bay Blues
- Bass in Back: Creek, River & Bay Stripers
- NJ Trout: Reigning Over Spring Rainbows
- Surf Sense: Learning Curve Logic
- Lines In: 2019 Dream Boat Fishing Challenge
- Game-changing Tautog
- Freshwater Travel: Lake Memphremagog – Smallmouth Heaven
- Striped Bass: Catch & Release Mortality
- Fight Time: Dragging It Out
- Tactical Tautog: How Jigging Changed Blackfishing Forever
- 2019 Fluke Status: Science Cuts Both Ways
- Boat Sense: the Unique Demands of Marine Engine Oil
- Fish Tagging: 2019 Northeast Striped Bass Study
More In This Issue
Shepherd Lake is tucked away among the mountains of northern Passaic County, the northern shoreline right on New York’s border in Ringwood State Park.
It was a chilly September morning when I boarded the Super Hawk for a day of fluke fishing off of Long Island’s South Shore.
Judging by the response at this winter’s shows, where The Fisherman raffled off three pairs of Unsinkable Sunglasses at each event, there is a tremendous demand for sunglasses that won’t sink to the bottom once they leave your face.