Just about every U.S. industry has its own “trade” group; for recreational fishing businesses, we have the American Sportfishing Association (ASA), of which The Fisherman Magazine is a member, as are nearly all of the national tackle manufacturers whose products our readers use every day.
The difference between scoring a limit of bulldog white chins versus a pail of borderline keepers comes down to how well you present these crusty crustaceans.
Doing a thorough winterization on your fishing machine will help insure a smooth start-up come springtime.
As the fall migration works its way south, surfcasters from up and down the Striper Coast descend on this fishy stretch of the Jersey shore.
Find the right weather window and you could be tangling with bluefins well into the holiday season.
If trolling stripers is on your fall itinerary, you’d be foolish not to take advantage of this highly effective technique.
The Ocean State offers more than 380 miles of coastline; here’s how to approach it in search of striped bass.
A kayak provides the perfect vessel from which to target shallow-water blackfish in the fall.
Travel north to experience a groundfish blitz in the Gulf of Maine this fall.
From the days of heavy, tarred handlines to the jigs preferred by many today, the blackfish remains a fall staple throughout New England.
Turn to diamond jigs and teasers to target humpback sea bass this fall.
In This Issue:
- Getting Crabby: Baiting for Tog
- Winterizing Tips
- Late Season Hotspot: Fall Blitz Fishing at IBSP
- Late Season Tuna: Bluefins for the Holidays
- Striped Bass How-to: Trolling the Deep Divers
- Fishing Rhody’s Rocks
- Kayak Tog Tactics
- Pollock Slam!
- Fall Togging
- Bigger Biscuits: Diamonds for Sea Bass
- Pursuit DC 235 Dual Console
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Browns Reef, as it’s referred to by Branford bottom fishing regulars, is actually a cluster of individual structures, each with its own name and navigational aid, but often collectively known as “Browns.”
Here’s a unique twist to blackfish that will really appeal to those who like a little kick to their sea food. This recipe serves four to six.
Scents are a product that I firmly believe in, especially when employing the liquid on artificial lures for fluke and sea bass.