Tuesday, December 6, 2022

Ghosts of Chatham Fog

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It’s 3:52am, I’ve got my sweatpants on backwards, and I’m watching my buddy brush his teeth in the kitchen sink with what looks to...

Spinning Gear Sharks

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Photo above by Joey ManansalaWith the growing popularity of jig-and-pop-style tuna fishing, many offshore fishermen have moved beyond the oversized, cumbersome gear that was...

Swimbaits in the Cape Cod Canal

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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...

Kayak Fluke Fishing

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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...

Deepwater Stripers

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The stylus on the aged but dependable Lowrance X15 paper chart recorder was scratching a line along the top edge of the ridge before...

Spring Blues On The Fly

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Pictured above: Gary Jennings fished eastern Long Island with Captain Craig Cantelmo last spring to catch this big bluefish on the fly. Sight-fishing to...

Platter-Sized Porgies At Jessup’s Neck

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Photo above by Adam Eldredge Not much can convince this country boy that braving New York traffic is ever going to be worthwhile. If being...

Build-A-Blitz

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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...

The Cinder Worm “Hatch”

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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...

Women’s Record Tautog Caught in Maryland

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On April 22, New York angler Kelly Langion-Milano from North Babylon on Long Island, went tog fishing with her husband James and their friends...

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