Fishing Reports By Area
As many Keystone Staters hit the shore in droves this month, might be time to head west for some Lehigh trout action.
June offers its fair share of trophy stripers in the surf, with big rays and sandtigers in the mix soon enough – are you ready?
While perhaps not the monster makos of the deep, it’s not exactly like chasing bluegills and tommycod either.
If you’re traveling far and wide this month, you may be missing the very best of the season’s inside action.
One of Contender’s hottest new rides is their 39 FA, which signifies that this is a true “fisharound” design.
You don’t need to take out a second mortgage to buy some of the best surf fishing lures on the market today.
Northeast anglers are turning to go-fast center consoles to temper their long runs to the 100-fathom curve.
Learning to fish a jig properly will broaden your ability to score bass under a variety of conditions.
I adopted high speed trolling as part of my arsenal, and many wahoos later, it continues to yield excellent results.
Striped bass have a well-documented fondness for rocky shorelines, jetties, and the abundant forage found among this rocky terrain.
Savvy fluke fans know that fluke will seek out the spawning grounds of squid that migrate inshore to feed and lay their eggs.
White perch and striped bass are related. Both are members of the Moronidae family of fish, commonly known as the temperate basses, in which both species share the Morone genera.
In This Issue:
- Trout Fishing the Lehigh River
- Fighting Big Fish From the Sand
- Inshore Coastal Sharkin’
- Get the Drift You Need
- Contender 39 FA Fisharound
- Plugging The Surf: Those Deadly Swimmers
- Boat Sense: High Performance Center Consoles
- Freshwater: The Art of the Jig
- On The Troll: High Speed Wahoo
- Surf Savvy: Working Jetties and Rockpiles
- Fishing The Squid Grounds
- Tip Of The Month: Did You Know?
More In This Issue
All I know is that when I want to target doormat fluke during the summer months, I immediately head to the Elberon Rocks.
Every young boy lives in the sunrise of life. A gathering of conscious light growing taller like his body.
So long as the top-shot is at least 15.5 feet, the tackle rating is considered at the breaking strength of the top-shot, not the backing.