Friday, May 13, 2022

Our Favorite Gear from Season 19 of OTW TV

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Over 13 episodes that ranged from western New York to the tuna grounds, we used a ton of different tackle. Here’s some of the...

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...

Striper Migration Map – May 6, 2022

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Post-spawn stripers are filtering out of the Chesapeake and Delaware bays, big bass are spawning in the Hudson, and the hot striper bite continues...

On The Water Podcast Episode #1 – Captain Rob Taylor

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by OTW Staff May 5, 2022 For the inaugural episode of the On The Water Podcast, we’re joined by Captain Rob Taylor of...

Topwater Tips for Backwater Stripers

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“I bet they’d hit a topwater.” How many anglers have uttered these words when the fish throw caution to the wind and are biting everything...

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...

Striper Migration Map – April 29, 2022

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The striper spawn is on in the Chesapeake and Delaware River, big bass are heading up the Hudson, and the striper bite has been...

2022 Cape Cod Canal Fishing Cheat Sheet

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There’s nowhere quite like the Cape Cod Canal. The ripping currents formed by the exchange of water between Cape Cod Bay and Buzzards Bay...

Spring Stripers on the Cape

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A high of 68° with sun and southwest winds promised that some bigger bass had pushed into the area. It was difficult to imagine...

New Jersey’s Wildest River

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My friend John and I met at a primitive launch where Manheim Avenue in Galloway runs out of real estate and the Mullica River...

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