Fishing Reports By Area
Escape the crowds and head north the coast of Maine for some excellent summertime striper action.
It was a beautiful late June morning last season when my buddy Ron Suda and I hit the waters outside of Mattituck Inlet, NY where Ron keeps his 23-foot Aquasport.
Warm-water mackerel add great sport to the summer doldrums. Here’s what you need to know about this new arrival.
Slumps are inevitable when fishing the surf, even more so in recent years with an undeniable downtrend in striped bass stocks.
“Find the bait, find the fish” said every time clutter appears on our fishfinder. We all know the mantra but do we really know the bait?
Hooking and fighting a tuna is the fun part, the real work begins when the fish is boat-side.
Build a hierarchy of spots in your repertoire to consistently find success in the surf.
The new breed of fishing “wave runners” proves there’s a tool for every job.
After overcoming “COVID” related obstacles, the groundbreaking Northeast Striped Bass Study is underway again!
Tired of culling through dozens of shorts to find a keeper? Put these tactics to work to improve the quality of your fluking.
In This Issue:
- Surf Solace: Striper Maineiac
- Across the Sound: Head to Mattituck
- Mack Attack: Here Come the Chubs!
- Fishing Through It: Slow Summer Bassing
- The Legend of Pogy John
- Tuna-Finishing: The End Game
- Surf Fishing Plan-B: A Tactic for Success
- PWC Evolution: Personal Watercraft Fishing
- Cora-Rona: Meet Our 2020 “Sat” Tagged Stripers
- Deep Water Fluking
More In This Issue
Stabilization for smaller boats in the 23 to 30 foot range has been a hot topic on just about every coastal angler’s wish list at some point in their fishing life.
With a reputation of exceptional shark and bottom fishing, in recent years the Coimbra Wreck is better known for consistent action with bluefin tuna.
Last fall I was surfcasting for stripers late in the afternoon at Long Island’s Robert Moses Parking Field 2.
Where you place your fly is more important than what it looks like, so fly selection is relatively simple.