Not just for freshwater bassmen and southern flats boats, the trolling motor is fast-becoming a valuable tool of Northeast anglers in the know.
Kicking back to a needlefish plug designed by legendary Long Island surfcaster Nat Piazza.
With fierce competition bringing prices down and overall functionality up to new levels, there has never been a better time to shop for new electronics.
A revealing look at the life cycle and history of arguably the most popular sportfish on the East Coast.
In mild or extreme weather, one local species of fish active the year round is the crappie.
Jet-Skis and Waverunners can attract bold young anglers looking for thrills and screaming reels.
Delaware’s reef sites provide plenty of opportunity to score big in February.
A simple rigging suggestion to help improve your tautog take on the winter wrecks.
Breathe new life into an old-school classic conventional workhorse of a reel.
Bundle up and commit to tangling with some good eating table fare this winter.
In This Issue:
- The Trolling Motor Advantage
- Nat’s Needle
- Marine Electronics Roundup
- Striped Bass: History and Life Cycle
- February Fishing: Four Spots for Winter Crappies
- PWC Fishing: Wait, Before You Turn the Page….
- Delaware Tog: First State’s February Focus
- 2 Hooks, 1 Crab: Up Your Tog Numbers
- Reel-Modding: Resurrecting the Jigmaster
- South Shore Wrecks: Cod, Pollock, Ling and More
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The world is full of fascinating people. One of the most remarkable people I have ever met while fishing would have to be Tony.
Roughly 5-1/2 miles off the coast between Manasquan and Shark River inlets, the Klondike (40 08.956/73 54.565) is an easily accessible, bottom fisherman friendly paradise.
In the Orient it is called stir frying. Western Civilization seems content with the term sautéing, but in either case, it is a quick and efficient method to cook fish.