Fishing Reports By Area
Our BDV spotlight returns in August with a bathymetric snapshot off Cape May County.
If you like variety, a chum slick is the way to go this month.
Sometimes, it pays to led Rodney do the work!
At roughly 782 square miles in area, the Delaware Bay has been a big target area for NJ and DE anglers for generations.
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:
- Scouting Hereford Inlet Wrecks & Obstructions
- Get Slick & Bring Your Chum
- Stick Or Move? Fluke jigging vs. Deadsticking
- Bay Bygones: Bottom Fishing The Delaware
- 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