The 2019 bluefin season has been one for the ages, and it ain’t over yet!
When stripers begin feasting on schools of sand eels, it’s time to break out the jigs and hop aboard a South Shore open boat.
Being creative can open up new opportunities which can lead to you having a successful and possibly memorable, fall season.
While jigging for blackfish is nothing new, the advantages of a tog jig are numerous and hard to ignore.
Whether trolling, casting or bait fishing, some of the best striper action of the season is on our doorstep.
Everything you need to know to make driving on the beach a hassle-free way to reach those off-road hotspots.
Night tides and spring patterns often produce the biggest striped bass in the 10th month and beyond.
With summer species gathering up for their offshore migrations, now is the time to get in some quality rod-bending action before put- ting your boat away for winter.
The ultimate reward in fishing a surface plug is when a 30 or better striper rises from the depths to crash your offering, setting off a shower of spray and some wild surface antics.
Warm summer days and crowded beaches are a thing of the past, giving salty flyrodders the opportunity to ply their craft.
In This Issue:
- Mud Hole Tuna: Return To The Good Old Days?
- Party Boat Stripers: Jigging Time
- Creative Access: Doing Without A 4×4
- Early Fall Tog: Jigging The Shallows
- South Shore: Fall Run Striper Tactics
- Beach Driving: 101-PLUS
- Migration Matters: Landing Surf Giants in October
- Wreck Hunting: Game planning for fall action
- From A Boat: Casting For Stripers
- Schoolie’s In: Surf Stripers On The Fly
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