The large warm core eddy south of Block Canyon and east of Hudson Canyon is already providing some favorable offshore conditions for sharks and tuna.
A simple recipe that will make you glad that you brought a few birds home for the cleaning table.
When wind and tide conspire to sabotage your fluke catching efforts, trolling can help make things right.
Experience a glitch in your engine’s fuel supply system and you are going to have a very bad day.
Some sound advice on selecting the proper gear for your next kayak fishing trip.
Sometimes you have to “go big” or “go home” when it comes to plugging the surf at night for large striped bass.
Here are some ways to help improve your crew’s chances at hooking up with that tournament winning shark.
The June run of stripers often matches the intensity of the Point’s heralded fall run.
Here’s how the experts get hot action on big, early-season porgies in Long Island Sound.
From the river mouth to the Great Stone Dam, the lower Merrimack River offers exceptional spring fishing.
Arguably one of the most effective rigs ever created, the sand eel umbrella rig works on a variety of Northeast gamefish.
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My friend called me about two hours into the Ocean City fishing flea market on April 14; the bite was on, but 95 miles to the north of where I was working.
Nestled between the North Haven Peninsula and Jessup Neck and southward of the western end of Shelter Island and part of the Peconic Bay estuary sits Noyack Bay.
The Sea Hunt 255 SE is the new flagship of their growing Ultra fleet and is one of the most comfortable fishing boats in her class.
Dream Boat contestants have something to look forward to for this season’s event.
From shallow-water back bays to the crashing surf to offshore pursuits, stickbaits are a staple plug in the arsenal of a wide range of saltwater anglers.