Simple yet effective, it’s a wonder why every striper angler hasn’t made the mojo leap.
When tautog sharpies around you start catching, it’s time to break out the jigs.
Take the concept of reverse surfcasting to the next level with the aid of electronics and trolling motors.
Fisherman editors project where you are likely to find the best striper action this fall.
The fall fishery for black sea bass can be totally out of control if you hit the right wreck during the pre-winter migration.
The eastern reaches of Long Island Sound are prime turf for structure loving stripers.
Their hard-fighting and delicious qualities have made them one of the Northeast’s most popular inshore species.
Whether you fish the North or South Shore, light tackle can play big on blackfish under the right conditions.
A veteran blue water skipper shares some insights that are sure to improve your fall chunking game.
Recognizing what bass are feeding on is the key to matching the hatch.
In This Issue:
- Maximizing Mojos: The Ultimate Equalizer
- Match the Catch: Adapt for Pigs on Jigs
- Advanced Techniques: Reverse ‘Surfcasting’
- Best Bets for Fall Stripers
- Fall Bonanza: Focus on Sea Bass
- Eastern Sound: Point the Way for Stripers
- Shallow Water Tautog: Culling Out Keepers
- Fall Blackfish: Try a Little Finesse
- Offshore: Fall on the Chunk
- South Shore: Ca$hing in on Fall Stripers
More In This Issue
If I could only pick one person to be my mate it would be my wife.
The Rockaway Artificial Reef turns an impressive 44 years old this year and holds the title of being the first artificial reef in New York State waters.
The Lowrance Elite Ti family of touchscreen combo fishfinders and chartplotters is one of their most popular and affordable product lines, and for good reason.
With the fall striped bass run upon us, here’s a recipe that will turn those bass fillets into a dish that you and all of your guests will really appreciate.