I was very surprised to see that these small plugs appeared to work as well, if not better than bait.
Lake Erie’s tributaries offer steelheading as good as anywhere in the region, minus the crowds.
The weather part of the equation plays a larger role in determining when and where you fish offshore.
The unofficial end of summer on Labor Day officially kicks open the door to the fall run.
A most devilish of fish lurks in the Pines, if you dare tread these dark, sandy roads.
Fresh bunker is one part of a winning equation, but presentation and placement are also critical.
For those willing to forgo multi-fish bags, the heart of the fishery still beats in the Garden State.
Score big while fishing from a small spot this fall.
Fine tuning your presentation can make a world of difference in the surf fishing game.
In This Issue:
- Crankbait Porgies: Downsizing For Jumbos
- A Steelheading Option: Lake Erie’s Tributaries
- Offshore Strategies: Transitioning Into Fall
- Surf Transitions: Prepping for the Fall Run
- Barrens Baron: Return to Piney Pickerel
- Surf Chunks: Stickin’ & Waitin’
- Weakfish: Yellow-Finned Glimmer of Hope
- Sleeper Spots: Fish a Micro Inlet
- Fine Tuning Your Surf Fishing Skills
More In This Issue
As fluke season winds down, you may already have a stash of fillets on hand.
Before heading to ICAST in Orlando back in July, I’d asked a few fishing buddies if there were any specific products they wanted me to check out; based on my informal polling, the PENN Spinfisher VI looks to be one of the top reels hitting the market this fall!
Mrs. Lee Wulff (Joan), I believe, said fishing is a good test of character. A person’s reaction to adversity, especially cold, miserable weather; clearly demonstrates his or her dignity, humor, consideration and resolve.
The Old Grounds are named as such for a reason. Many moons ago, sailing ships would drop their ballast rock in the area in order to prepare to enter the shallower Delaware Bay waters.