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Using Big Worms To Find Big Bass

I’ve never been a big-bait/big-fish kind of angler. I prefer using finesse tactics to catch numbers of largemouth bass as opposed to holding out for a few quality bites each day. However, that changed two summers ago during a day of fishing with a young tournament angler on the Connecticut River. A very slow morning [...]

By |2019-01-11T15:07:46+00:00January 11th, 2019|Categories: Fishing|Comments Off on Using Big Worms To Find Big Bass

Fishing the Salmon River for Steelhead

Why Brave the Elements? When you consider that the New York Department of Environmental Conservation stocks more than 120,000 Chambers Creek-strain steelhead in the Salmon River system every year and the returning fish can weigh more than 10 pounds, you begin to understand the reason. If that’s not enough, the largest steelhead tend to enter [...]

By |2019-01-10T08:58:58+00:00January 10th, 2019|Categories: Fishing|Comments Off on Fishing the Salmon River for Steelhead

Four Steps to Bunker Spoon Success

I love fishing for striped bass. Casting soft-plastic baits on light spinning tackle is probably my favorite method, but it is not the best way to consistently catch cows. I also fish live baits on three-way rigs, drift eels under Redi-Rig floats, and anchor up with bunker chunks or clams. I will try any method [...]

By |2019-01-09T08:43:22+00:00January 9th, 2019|Categories: Fishing|Comments Off on Four Steps to Bunker Spoon Success

Using the Deadly Ned Rig

The Ned Rig October 12, 2006 was a fateful day for Kansas outdoor writer, Ned Kehde. He cut a 5-inch Strike King Zero stickbait in half and rigged it on a 1/16-ounce Gopher Mushroom Head Jig with a size 4 hook. He gave the other half of the bait to his fishing partner, and the [...]

By |2019-01-08T08:26:34+00:00January 8th, 2019|Categories: Fishing|Comments Off on Using the Deadly Ned Rig

Using Hawaiian Trolling Techniques for Northeast Tuna

Upgrade the Starting Lineup Lure colors, shapes and sizes are important. Second to location, it will determine whether you hook up or not. Luremakers in Hawaii are as well known to the local fisherman as the Red Sox’s infield is in Massachusetts. The level of thought and variations to seemingly similar lures is impressive. At [...]

By |2019-01-07T16:29:58+00:00January 7th, 2019|Categories: Fishing|Comments Off on Using Hawaiian Trolling Techniques for Northeast Tuna

Bob Popovics’ Tips For Fly-Casting The Surf

Many coastal fly-rodders consider surf fishing to be the ultimate challenge. Pumping on a Guatemala sailfish, throwing a fly to a humongous tarpon, or wading a pretty grass flat for a bonefish are all high on the totem pole, but they require a fat wallet and many hours of travel. Not surf fishing. We all [...]

By |2019-01-07T13:40:24+00:00January 7th, 2019|Categories: Fishing|Comments Off on Bob Popovics’ Tips For Fly-Casting The Surf

Ice Fishing for White Perch: Everything You Need to Know

White perch can be found in fresh waters throughout New England. Sebago Lake in Maine and Lake Champlain in Vermont both hold huge numbers of whites. New Hampshire’s Lake Winnipesaukee is well known for regularly producing white perch heavier than 3 pounds. The current Massachusetts state record, a 3-pound, 8-ounce beast, was caught in October [...]

By |2019-01-03T12:59:39+00:00January 3rd, 2019|Categories: Fishing|Comments Off on Ice Fishing for White Perch: Everything You Need to Know

The Bunker Handbook

In 2017, adult Atlantic menhaden flooded into Northeast waters in massive numbers. From Maine to southern New Jersey, this big baitfish was at the top of the menu for big stripers. Once again, it’s looking like a boom year for bunker in the Northeast, so make sure you’re primed and ready to find, catch, and [...]

By |2019-01-02T15:56:56+00:00January 2nd, 2019|Categories: Fishing|Comments Off on The Bunker Handbook

How Well Do You Know Bucktails?

Day or night, spring or fall, New Jersey or Maine—if you don’t have an assortment of bucktail jigs in your surf bag, you are not catching as many fish as you could be. The bucktail jig’s pulsing hair combined with a fluttering trailer looks as alive as any hard-bodied plug or soft-plastic bait. A straight [...]

By |2019-01-02T15:08:17+00:00January 2nd, 2019|Categories: Fishing|Comments Off on How Well Do You Know Bucktails?
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