Fishing Reports By Area
Several strong up and coming year classes provide hope for the future and lots of fun for those who downsize their tackle.
A look at some jig head shapes and how to make them work for you.
Just how much of an effect does a falling or rising barometer have on your fishing? The answer may surprise you.
Because of their scarcity, swimming an original is completely out of the question.
This perennial upper Chesapeake hotspot has been drawing “catch & release” trophy hunters for decades.
With a little strategic planning, you’ll be home with tuna before the boss knows you’re gone.
Nine outstanding Garden State locations for targeting monster bass this season.
When one angler’s winter epiphany leads to the first flounder sandwich of the year.
One female angler’s perspective on winning over new fishing partners in 2018.
The tides of March rise, bringing forth a new season of stripering all the way through fall.
Revisiting an original Salt Water Fly Rodders of America trip 57 years ago this spring.
Hit the sandy beaches for a little spring run reconnaissance, and don’t forget the bait rigs.
Knowing how to perform minor repairs to the skin of your vessel can help keep her looking good, while cutting down on repair bills.
In This Issue:
- Schoolie Time: Scale Down for Stripers
- Heavy Thoughts: Dissecting the Jig Head
- The Truth About Barometric Pressure
- Plug Building: The Big Weasel
- Susquehanna Flats: Big Stripers for Little Trip
- Express Tuna: Mid-Shore Tips for Short Run Trips
- All About Attitude: Big Pre-Spawn Largemouths
- Right-eyed Return: Out of the Gates Winter Flounder
- The Fiberglass Ceiling: Breaking Through to New Anglers
- A Moving Feast: Start to Finish Stripers
- SWFRA Revisited: “I Remember Barnegat”
- Early Spring Surf: Patience Is the Key as Stripers Head North
- Basic Fiberglass Repairs
More In This Issue
Can’t say much for the snail-like crawl of the current in the combined 60-mile Delaware & Raritan Canal (D&R) and its Feeder Canal sibling, but the fishing for myriad species is certainly high octane and ignites in late February and continues through until ice up.
This triple hookup on blue marlin required the skipper to stretch the limits of sanity.
Now is the time to feast on fresh cod steaks for anglers in the Northeast, and this simple recipe complements the flaky, white meat that these fish are known for.