Tuesday, December 6, 2022

Alewife Revival

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Long Island has more than 500 freshwater lakes and ponds, with over 30 miles of streams connecting them. Like most Long Islanders, though, I...

Fishing the Bay

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Photo above by Tom Lynch/ANGRYFISH.TV In 1970, I moved from Monmouth County to Ocean County. In the early years, I primarily fished on the ocean...

Kings of the Spring

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Photo by Steven DeNeef A few years back, the night before a group fishing trip on May 1, a plan was set in motion. “Let’s head...

5 Facts of Boat Financing

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Buying a boat in 2022 is challenging—supply is low, demand is high, and waiting lists continue to grow as manufacturers play catch-up. Once you...

Striper Migration Map – April 1, 2022

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Maryland/Chesapeake Bay Striper Fishing Report As of Friday, April 1, all Maryland waters of the Chesapeake Bay (except the Potomac River) are closed to all...

The Bayboat

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My first boat, a 20-foot 1985 Shamrock opened up a new world of striped-bass fishing for me. Before buying it, I had primarily fished...

Summer Bass on Bugs

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Pictured above: Stripers linger in the summer surf to feast on easy-to-catch mole crabs. Who knew sand bugs, those little gray, brown, and pink crustaceans...

Pine Barrens Pickerel

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Pictured: With a mouth like that, pickerel are at the top of the aquatic food chain in the Pine Barrens, with baitfish, rodents, and...

The White Sharks of Cape Cod

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The first shark appeared out of nowhere. On a calm midsummer’s day, Captain Ross of Cape Cod Charter Guys was fishing in 10 feet...

Striper Migration Map – March 25, 2022

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Maryland/Chesapeake Bay Striper Fishing Report Susquehanna Flats fishing has been slow the past couple of weeks, with only a few male striped bass being caught...

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