How To


  • Squid Time in New England

    Spring is squid time in New England. When the water temperature reaches the 50-degree mark, the marine mollusks migrate inshore and gather i...

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  • Building a Basic Blackfish Bottom Rig

    In this short video, Capt. Chris Landry and Tom Richardson walk you through the steps involved in making a single-hook bottom rig for target...

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  • Anchoring Over Structure: Tips & Tricks

    If you plan to pursue rock- and wreck-hugging inshore fish such as tautog (blackfish), fluke, seabass and scup, you’ll need to know a few ...

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  • How to Fish a Rip: Casting Techniques

    As all good fishermen know, rips are incredibly productive fishing spots. They are formed by current flowing over uneven bottom, which incre...

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  • 10 Tips for Releasing a Fish

    With virtually every species of food and game fish regulated by size and bag limits, knowing how to release a fish has never been more impor...

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  • Go Big for Big Fluke

    When out comes to catching fluke (summer flounder), it seems that every angler has his or her favorite bait rig. That said, there’s a ...

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