A look at must-have surf plugs with tips on how and where to fish them for maximum success.
Adding the snap jigging technique to your bucktailing repertoire adds a whole new dimension to your surf fishing arsenal.
Chunking is one of the most effective ways to connect with big stripers and blues in the fall surf.
These upgrades have “reel” value helping captains catch more fish, run vessels safely or efficiently, and adding to crew comfort.
It may require work finding open seasons, but it’s all play – big play – once you do.
Bluefish prowl Western Sound harbors in late summer and early fall, providing some exciting shallow water action.
Moriches Bay features a smorgasbord of species within its shallow confines during the ninth month.
Could a Rutgers University sea bass study hold the key to improved reef fish assessments throughout the country?
While many anglers concentrate their efforts on the main rip line itself, they overlook productive nearby water.
In This Issue:
- The Plugger’s Lure Bag
- In the Surf: Getting the Most Out of Bucktails
- Beach and Bait: Dunk a Chunk for Fall Trophies
- Adding Functional Luxury to Your Boat
- Back to Sea Bass: Class Is in Session
- Hard Nosed Harbor Blues
- Moriches Bay: Mixed Bag Bonanza
- Counting Sea Bass by Hook & Line
- Targeting Eddies: Think Outside the Rip
More In This Issue
I can think of a few reasons why maybe I should avoid bridges whenever possible, and in particular the Captree Bridge that spans Long Island’s Great South Bay.
Located on the north shore of Long Island, between Shoreham to the west and Baiting Hollow to the east, the Herod Point Shoal is approximately a 4.5-mile stretch of fishing paradise that produces throughout the season.
This is a simple and exceptionally strong knot when used with monofilament and fluorocarbon leaders from 20- to 80-pound test.
Fuji’s new Corrosion Control (CC) process is a breakthrough in guide performance that provides seven times the corrosion resistance of standard stainless steel.
There is lots to love about sea bass.