Because last fall was exceptional, there is a good chance we will see much improved blackfish action this spring.
The appeal of still being able to come home with a few flounder still weighs strong on some anglers.
Despite being located on one of the most densely populated islands in the country, the Connetquot is recognized by the state as a Wild, Scenic Recreational River.
Light spinning tackle and jigs are the modus operandi for springtime blackfish.
A regional guide on where to connect with the first stripers of the season.
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A where-to article in “The Fisherman” magazine about the popular and easily-accessed Outer Wall (OW) at Lewes, DE described a substantial rip that developed during an outgoing tide.
Although more than 90 percent of Steiger’s current semi-custom production of roughly 100 boats per season is dedicated to their signature three-sided Miami and totally enclosed Chesapeake pilot house designs, their owner’s roots of fishing open center consoles “back in the day” still runs deep.
Over the last few weeks, life as we know it has changed for everyone.
A variety of propulsion options take this year’s slate of new fishing kayaks to the next level.