As summer fluking turns to deeper waters, keep a structured perspective on success.
Don’t let high and murky water get in the way of a summer smallmouth trip on the Delaware.
Improved regulations for 2018 are a good sign for summer success.
Go light in the daytime summer surf, and prospect a little bit in advance of the fall run.
Change is what triggers any uptick in striper fishing.
Slow pitch jigging is very much like Butterfly jigging. A complete system of rod, reel, line and jig, and you need all of those components to do it properly.
It might come as a surprise to some anglers but wahoo are a species that can and should be targeted here in the Northeast.
Year after year, more Northeast and Mid-Atlantic anglers are taking the ride to trophy town in quest of high quality fluking.
There is no reason to gear up with heavy gear to crank up doubleheaders for the freezer when you can still fill your limit and have a lot more fun doing it with light tackle.
Once considered an expensive novelty less than five years ago, LED (light emitting diode) lighting is the new normal.
A hardcore mahi fan shares some tips that could help land you high up on the Dream Boat leaderboard this season.
In This Issue:
- Ocean Fluke: Reef Versus Wreck
- Summer Smallmouth: Adapting on the “Big D”
- Midshore Mayhem: A Bluefin Blow Out
- Surf Strategy: Walk It or Work It
- Prime Time: When the Tide Slacks
- The Slow Pitch: Fishing Center-Weighted Jigs
- Bluewater Speedsters: Target a Wahoo
- Doormat Shoals: A Nantucket “Fluke Slay” Ride
- Sea Bass: A Rising Star
- Boat Sense: Led Lighting Upgrade
- Pro Tips: Dream Boat Mahi
More In This Issue
There are always a few spots that fall by the wayside as the years pass on, and one of them is the Tabletop.
It’s no secret that outboard-powered fishing boats are reaching new benchmarks, with some 60+ footers out there in the marketplace.
Adding a little Italian flare to your fluke fillets is certain to have your guests coming back for more.
Fishing for largemouth bass is a lifelong passion of mine, and I’m always looking for that one special fish.