Monday, October 3, 2022

The Cinder Worm “Hatch”

0
Above: When mud-bottomed backwaters reach 60 degrees, spawning worms emerge and stripers show up to feast. Picture this: It’s a warm spring evening out on...

The Peanut Bunker Boom

0
August begins a transitionary time for striped bass along the Massachusetts coast. Where the early part of the summer is focused around finding bass...

Build-A-Blitz

0
PHOTOGRAPHS BY ANDREW BURKE “That’s why you need to be ready! I’ll throw a bunker and make a bass eat!” That scolding from Captain Rob Taylor...

Spread ‘Em Out: A Guide to Adding Outriggers to Your Boat

0
Photo by Joey Manansala Adding a set of outriggers to any boat will increase the number of strikes by accomplishing two basic tasks: adding width...

Kayak Fluke Fishing

0
Pictured: Throughout June, keeper fluke can be caught from a kayak in the Northeast’s inshore waters. For as long as I can remember, I haven’t...

Pro Tips for Late Summer Stripers

0
By August, striped bass have been entrenched in their summer haunts since early July. They can be reliably located, though not always consistently caught.Many...

Swimbaits in the Cape Cod Canal

0
Throughout the long history of anglers fishing the Cape Cod Canal, the most common tactical approach to landing striped bass has been jigging—first with...

Summer Bass on Bugs

0
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...

The Benefits of Wading Belts In the Surf

0
For a surfcaster, the wading belt goes from accessory to essential. In waders, a belt creates a seal around an angler’s midsection that slows...

2022 Fishing Kayak Buyer’s Guide

0
Whether you’re a shore-bound fisherman getting into a kayak to reach new waters or a boat fisherman who recognizes a fishing kayak as an...

Recent Posts