Fishing Reports By Area
There was a quick shot of mackerel in January, but what will February bring?
A little primer for anglers thinking of taking their show on the road in the season ahead.
When the going gets tough, even the tough sometimes turn to a pro.
So what’s the deal on fluke and sea bass you ask? A very good question, with no clear-cut answer.
The March 1 flounder opener remains a cherished tradition for North/Central coastal anglers.
With a few simple steps ice fishing can easily become an enjoyable way to pass the winter months.
Changing your normal approach to the fishing game can sometimes make a big difference in the outcome of your next fishing trip.
This is definitely the golden age for marine electronics and it gets better every year. This year is no exception.
Resurrect this striper catching classic for some heart-stopping surface strikes this season.
The Winter King has influenced history, politics and economics for the better part of five centuries.
Maintaining a healthy supply of live baits can be a game changer when targeting some of our most prized inshore and offshore species.
In This Issue:
- Winter Mackerel Like the Good Ol’ Days
- Away Games: The Life of a Road Warrior
- Charter Factor: Not Just for Noobs
- Shutdown! 2019 Regulations Remain on Hold
- First Flatties of ‘19: Winter Flounder Prep
- Hardwater Action: Make Ice Fishing Fun Again!
- Finding Your Rhythm
- 2019 Marine Electronics Buyers’ Guide
- Plug Building: The Fishmaster Flaptail
- Profiling the Atlantic Cod
- How-to: Build Your Own Bait Pen
More In This Issue
Legend has it that the England Banks were named as such by early skiff fishermen who launched their boats from the crashing surf; as they rowed fastidiously to the grounds roughly 2 to 3 miles offshore, the distance to get there seemed like they “were rowing to England.”
In 1871 the U.S. government officially formed the Life-Saving Service and placed its administration into the capable hands of a man named Sumner Increase Kimball and a host of lighthouse keepers and “surfmen” along the coastal United States.