Go Big, Go Often: Catching A Personal Best
Is this your year for personal bests? How about a Dream Boat winner?
Great South Bay: Early Season Smorgasbord
The largest of the South Shore bays offers light tackle anglers a wide variety of options during May and June.
Shinnecock Canal: Spring Cleanup
The Shinnecock Canal is a migratory waterway for many species of fish entering or departing both Shinnecock and Peconic Bays.
Work Deep For Early Fluke
Fishing in Smithtown Bay, be it by boat or shore, will be terrific if we have a very good sand eel spring.
Montauk: The Spring Run
May is a fantastic month in the Montauk surf and tends to give up a very large fish or two every year.
Kayak Fishing 101: Planning & Prep
It’s important to plan ahead on how you will be fishing during any given excursion.
Anticipated Arrival: Peconic Porgy Blast
The heralded Peconic Bay spring porgy run draws anglers from far and wide during the month of May.
Yellowfin Fever: Targeting Weakfish
Locating areas with the potential to produce good weakfish action is actually pretty simple.
Party Boat Fluke: Gaining An Edge
Being able to cast is a big advantage, and light spinning tackle allows you to get good distance and cover more water, despite the handicap of an underhand cast.
Bait & Bass: Circles In The Surf
I used to lose at least one fish for every few I hooked, I now go weeks on end without dropping a fish on a circle hook.
Bass Biology: Making Sense Of Striper Sense
Appreciating the senses of your target species will help in anticipating their behavior.
A Reel Drag: How Tight And Why?
Ten expert surfcasters from up and down the Striper Coast discuss their drag setting preferences.
When Fluke Attack: Fishing’s Most Underrated Ambusher
How summer flounder use different methods to seek, find and destroy prey.
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Product Spotlight: Yo-Zuri Surface Lures
Yo-Zuri remains in a class of its own with their unique and extensive line of topwater lures for a variety of gamefish.