Drained of its trout population in 2009, this historic river is once again producing quality trout fishing.
March is a good time to break out the light tackle outfit or fly gear for the return of a revolutionary classic.
The use of acoustic transmitters has dramatically expanded the data available on summer fl ounder.
When it comes to catching cod in the dead of winter, the waters off of Montauk and Block Island are tough to beat.
The boating lifestyle can be richly rewarding, but it can also be a major headache if you make the wrong choices.
The Lake Ontario region offers some excellent angling opportunities for coastal anglers waiting out the arrival of their favorite saltwater species.
Cold weather fi shing can be detrimental to your health. Here’s a three-pronged approach to avoiding hypothermia
The SoCo Chief is considered by many vintage plug collectors to be the Holy Grail.
“New school” trolling techniques have broadened the options for striped bass anglers.
Jigging for tuna has become the go-to approach for many anglers intent on doing battle with these hard fi ghting pelagics.
In This Issue:
- The Connetquot: Alive and Well
- The Miracle of Shad
- Tagging For Better Data
- The Cod Is Still Winter King
- Boat Sense: A Guide To Buying Your First Boat
- Lake Ontario: Spring Salmon & Trout Explosion
- Cold Weather Fishing: Outfitting for Life & Limb
- Plug Building 2017 Part 3: The Soco Chief
- Troll More Stripers: Build a Bigger Spread
- Offshore Jigging: Heavy Metal Tuna
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For years I've been fishing Staten Island and one of my favorite spots is a place we called Carmen’s Restaurant.
Head 2-1/2 miles southeast from the eastern tip of Plum Island and you’ll come to nun buoy 2 otherwise known a Constellation Rock.
One of the few saltwater species available to Northeast anglers during the winter is the ling, aka red hake.