T here surely must be some longtime west end jetty jockeys turning in their graves about now with the recent announcement that the Long Beach City Council has unanimously passed an ordinance prohibiting anyone at any time from walking or climbing on Long Beach jetties.
Take advantage of the ease of kayak fishing before work to capitalize on your next potential trophy fish.
Aside from the fish catching advantages of using light tackle, it makes catching porgies a whole lot of fun.
Shark fishing heated up just in time to ensure success for two of the Island’s most popular shark tournaments.
If you’re one of those anglers who swear by deadsticking, there are a lot of reasons why you might want to reconsider your technique.
Dolphin, dorado, or mahimahi, whatever name you prefer, they are exciting to catch and delicious on the table.
Knowing your boat’s optimum fuel economy and its realistic range are the secrets to knowing how far you can travel and how much fishing time you will get.
A successful day on the offshore grounds requires more than just a thorough knowledge of water temperature, clarity and the location of baitfish, but it is a good place to start.
Its benefits are many and drawbacks few, according to those who angle from these unique platforms.
Improve your own predatory insight and fish hunting skills through scientific analysis of striped bass forage.
Finding keepers under today’s regulations requires anglers broaden their efforts in order to improve catch rates.
In This Issue:
- Yak Attack: The Dawn Patrol
- Long Island Sound: Lighten Up on Porgies
- Star Island / Hudson Anglers: Shark Tourney Roundup
- Fluke Tactics: To Hold or Deadstick
- Mahi Madness: Light Tackle Dolphin
- Boat Sense: Maximizing Range, Speed and Fishing Time
- Offshore Savvy: Yellowfin Trolling Tactics
- New Horizon: Stand-up Paddle Board Fishing
- Forage Factor: The Eclectic Striped Bass Diet
- Five Fluke Hacks: Top Tips For Summer Success
More In This Issue
More than 30 years ago, maybe more, I regularly fished the nine bridges that wound over the marshes and channels north of Jones Beach on Long Island.
Frequently referred to as the “Land of the Giants” for the big fluke taken here during the spring and summer, there are many more opportunities here that are overlooked by those just targeting fluke.
There’s no debating the effectiveness of daisy chains on the offshore grounds.
Here’s a pan fried treat that will have you and your guests clamoring for more of these saltwater panfish.