Savvy casters understand that adapting your tackle and techniques to the fish you are targeting is the key to early season success.
Dance that jig-and-teaser to score on fluke, sea bass, scup and more this month and beyond!
After a banner season in 2019, anticipation runs high for a repeat performance by the unpredictable yellowfins.
Battling fluke in 4 feet of water on light tackle never gets old, and now is the time.
You want your plug to look like a baitfish caught in the current and swinging naturally into fish-holding structure.
Take your weakfish tactics to the next level this spring and dial-in a tiderunner bite of your own.
The term “jig” encompasses many different lures, here’s a look at three primary styles and how to put them to use on spring striped bass.
Booking your Nantucket doormat trip is the first step to success.
There’s nothing more exciting than working a popper for blues, whether from boat or shore, anticipating that the next cast will result in an explosive surface strike.
Nearly 1,500 stripers released in a fishing year - not a bad tally for this region.
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Funneled between the confines of Moriches and Shinnecock Bays, the Quogue Canal was once notorious for its exceptional early spring flounder run that began by mid/late February, and usually lasted until mid-April.
With anglers become increasing conservation minded, especially when it comes to releasing fish, an increasing number are turning to fish-friendly nets that are easy on the fish and save precious time returning them to the water.
Plano, a longtime innovator and leader in the manufacture of tackle storage boxes, has taken tackle storage to the next level with their new EDGE series.
I used to do a lot of bottom fishing for scup and blowfish when I was a kid.
I had a chance to jump onboard the Pursuit S378 Sport at the Miami Boat Show and the first impression was that she’s an evolutionary step above the usual contemporary center console sportfisher.