Along with weakfish, you are likely to find porgies, kingfish, blowfish, snapper blues, and even some sea bass in the mix.
Smithtown Bay has always been special in its own way, for a variety of species including oceanic predators.
Some advice on safely navigating around the large number of whales and porpoises that have taken up residence in our offshore and nearshore waters.
There’s no doubt that the August full moon offers western Sound anglers a great chance for a doormat.
For kids and adults, blowfish are just plain, old fun and pretty darn good eating.
It was an overcast, rainy day on Long Island when my brother Kyle, my friend Ricky Hutter and I set out to capture a beast.
You don’t have to swim to appreciate the many benefits afforded by a wetsuit.
Our inshore and offshore waters come alive during late summer with a variety of transient gamefish.
New technology continues to change the way we approach fishing for different species, including the humble but tenacious porgy.
A far cry from traditional surf fishing hotspots, these areas offer some very good opportunities not far from home.
There are currently three 46-inch jumbo stripers swimming around somewhere in the North Atlantic with MiniPSAT devices affixed to their shoulders.
Swim it or pop it; either way, the new Yo-Zuri Mag Popper is sure to be a hit!
If the last two summers are a developing pattern, this month should be a good one.
Northeast anglers may want to take a page from their Southern brethren when it comes to targeting daytime swords.
In This Issue:
- Noyack Bay: Summer Run Weakfish
- Smithtown Bay: Mixed Bag On The Bottom
- Sharing Our Waters With Whales And Other Marine Wildlife
- Western Sound: Hart Island Fluke
- Welcome Back Blowfish
- Tale End: Monster Of The Lake
- Wetsuits In The Surf: No Swimming Required
- Summertime Potpourri
- Porgies On Artificials: A New Take On An Old Classic
- Shorebound: Fish Are Where You Find Them
- Mission Montauk: Sat tag #3 is deployed!
- Product Spotlight: Yo-Zuri Mag Popper
- Minefield Mahi: Targeting Nearshore Dolphin
- North Meets South: A Daytime Sword Fight