A Brookhaven Town project to drain and excavate mud and sentiment with heavy machinery from Lower Yaphank Lake, also known as Lily Lake, is set to begin within weeks, yet little is being done to protect resident fish and the native brook trout population in Carmans River below the lake.
Everything you need to know to catch false albacore and green bonito on metals this season.
Repowering provides the comfort that having new engines provides, but it is also an opportunity to take advantage of the latest outboard technology.
If you’re looking for an alternative to trolling for bigeyes at night, drifting can be a very productive and sometimes safer alternative on crowded offshore grounds.
With its mild taste, wide ranging abundance and an insatiable appetite, the sea robin is quietly gaining in popularity.
Light tackle can be equally as effective in the deep and turbulent waters of the Striper Coast as it is in the more placid waters of our bays and sounds.
There is still plenty of time to make a run at the top of the standings by focusing your efforts on several key species.
What’s better than wearing shorts on a warm summer day and putting away a cooler full of quality cod?
There is no better way to target shallow-water fish, including porgies, than from a kayak.
You can still connect with big stripers and blues during the dog days of summer by focusing your efforts on the deeper reaches of Long Island Sound.
Contrary to what some believe, the blowfish (northern puffers) common to our region are perfectly safe to eat, but beware of the increasing number of smooth puffers showing up in our waters; they can kill you.
In This Issue:
- Speed Demons: Tossing Tins for Albies and Bones
- Boat Sense: What You Should Know About Repowering
- The Offshore Edge: Drifting for Bigeye Tuna
- Sea Robins: Trash Fish No More!
- Light Tackling Big Water Stripers
- Dream Boat Update
- East End: Coxes’ Coppertone Cod
- The Kayak Advantage: Crack & Cast Porgies
- Long Island Sound: Dog Day Chunking
- Know Your Puffers: It Could Save Your Life
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The opening day of New Jersey’s 2017 fluke season arrived on a Thursday; that’s a deadline day at The Fisherman, which meant I couldn’t stray far from the laptop.
A mile south of Shinnecock Inlet floats the Shinnecock Sea Buoy.
The ALC Mag Surf Reel by Okuma delivers exceptional distance in a reel an angler can easily cast for extended periods of time in the surf and it’s delivered at an affordable price.
Lemon and fish go together like peanut butter and jelly, and with plenty of stripers coursing through our waters now, what better combination than striped bass francese to satiate the pallet.
Kayaks are wonderful craft for fishing but small items like knives, hooks and lures can be easily lost. Neodymium or “rare earth” magnets are an effective and inexpensive solution for this problem.