I have always loved fishing, but now I love it even more. It was our second year living in Brigantine and our first in the Elks Club Striper Tournament celebrating veterans. This
I had a chance to sit down with the Furuno USA engineering team for an intense instructional course on their new NavNet TZtouch3 at this year’s Miami Boat Show and was totally blown away by these easy-to-use multi-function displays.
As anglers lay awake the night before a big trip, a mental checklist goes through their minds.
Technology has shifted the paradigm for big game spinning tackle dramatically in favor of the angler.
Getting the crew involved in decision making and planning will allow everyone to enjoy and appreciate the planning that goes into a suc- cessful trip.
Fluke fishing may not be as simple as it once was, but it can sure be a lot more fun, and more productive to boot.
There are times and places where committing to the full tide is the key to success in the surf.
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Here’s some advice on how to overcome the limitations on surfcasters who don’t rely on four-wheel-drive for access.
From stop signs to going all in on trophy stripers.
Whether you like to walk, boat or kayak, opportunities abound on the Island’s largest body of freshwater.
The waters off Long Island’s North Fork are prime habitat for big and feisty sea biscuits.
Eventually our efforts lead to a distribution pattern of slopes, currents, and bait balls that allowed us to enjoy some good trips.