These are happy times if you are a boat-owner or on the cusp of taking the plunge.
For those who can’t get enough of the 2017 striper run, consider bundling up for the trip south this month towards Virginia Beach.
Ways to make the winter months pass more quickly, with a listing of regional local fishing clubs eager to find new members.
Join the dedicated group of hardcore bottom fishermen who spend a ridiculous amount of time in winter pursuit of “personal best” blackfish.
Stretches of the Keys continue to bear the scars of Irma’s wrath, but accommodations are in good supply and the fishing is still first class.
After seven months of heated competition, another angler is inducted into the brethren of Dream Boat Challenge winners.
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With the economy finally showing some signs of life and consumer confidence moving in the right direction, the boating industry in general and the outboard component in particular are both riding in the fast lane.
March 1 cannot pull in soon enough! That’s the train of thought among those familiar with the early spring striper fishery in Ocean County’s Oyster Creek, particularly in the outflow section as the warmed water wends its way to Barnegat Bay.
For many inshore and surf anglers out there, catching a 50-pound striper is the ultimate accomplishment.