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A simple yet effective way to target large, summertime trout from a kayak.
Here are 12 common mistakes made by novice and veteran anglers alike – and here’s how to correct them.
Tips to be sure that the connections between the angler and the fish are rock-solid.
Small boats and light wire line outfits produce big summertime bass and blues.
Here’s an in-depth look at what you need to do to get a piece of this fast and furious fishery.
Roaming oceanfront beaches in search of summer flounder requires a certain amount of prospecting to be successful.
Elephants aren’t the only ones who love peanuts - so do doormat fluke!
Work those hi-fliers and bell buoys casting light tackle to mahi from 2 to 20 pounds.
From shallow rock piles to mid-depth reefs, slender rubber baits are fast becoming the go-to choice of striped bass sharpies.
Working oceanfront jetties, or those bordering inlets and breachways, can pay off big once you solve the learning curve.
In This Issue:
- Yak It Up: Trolling for Trout
- Target a Doormat: Working Ocean Structure
- 12 Common Mistakes: And How to Correct Them
- Tuna Terminal: Offshore Rigging Perfection
- Bass on a Wire: ‘Chuting the Shallows
- Inshore Bluefin: Get in the Game
- Summer Surf: Shorebound Fluke
- Targeting Big Fluke With Peanuts
- Pot Hopping Mahi: Offshore Action Hits Close to Home
- Eel Alternative: Rubber Worms for Bass
- Jetty Work: The Ins and Outs of Rock Hopping
More In This Issue
A hotbed of summer striper action, this spot is more than just bass country.
It was ever so obvious that my sister Sue and my best friend and fishing partner Gary were going to exchange wedding vows in the near future as the two had google eyes for each other since the day they met back in the mid ‘80s.
Recently introduced as the sister ship to the 285 Cabin, albeit it is using a deeper-vee 24-degree running bottom, the new NorthCoast 280 CC takes a no nonsense, all-business approach to getting you offshore and back in the rough stuff to play where the big fish call home.