Fishing In New England

  • Everything You Need to Know About Casting to Bluefins

    Here’s how to sample the challenging, high-speed and highly addictive sport of casting lures to bluefin tuna. By Tom Richardson | Phot...

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  • Tossing Tubes for Bass

    When it comes to imitating a variety of bass forage, it’s hard to beat the versatile tube lure, no matter what the season. By Matthew Raze...

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Fishing News

  • 2018 Vermont Fish & Wildlife Calendar Available

    The Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department and Vermont Life Magazine announce the release of the colorful 2018 Fish & Wildlife Calendar....

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  • Striped Bass Film to be Shown at Branford, CT, Event

    FilmFest4Veterans is presenting its third film event in 2 years on Nov. 29-30 in support of non-profits taking care of veterans. The event...

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Fishing Reports

  • New England Fishing Report: Berkshires Variety Fishing

    The crew of New England Fishing TV just wrapped up a very fun and successful day of fishing in the Berkshires of western Massachusetts with ...

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  • New England Fishing Roundup: 10.3.14

    Our weekly roundup of local fishing action from Maine to Connecticut. Maine Ken at Saco Bay Tackle noted that there are still bass around in...

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New Gear

  • St. Croix Mojo Salt Rods

    Powerful, rugged and affordable, St. Croix’s line of Mojo Salt fast-action rods are ready for hardcore inshore fishing. Giving the rods ex...

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  • Humminbird SOLIX 10 Fishfinder/Plotter

    Humminbird has expanded its SOLIX series with the SOLIX 10, which boasts a compact 10.1” screen that makes it ideal for use at the bow or ...

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Fishing Videos

  • Video: Boston Harbor Fall Striper Fishing

    Once a highly polluted waterbody, Boston Harbor has cleaned up its act in the last quarter century, and now offers some of the best striper ...

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  • Fall Fishing off Cuttyhunk, MA

    Fall is a magical time to fish the waters surrounding Cuttyhunk Island, at the southern end of the Elizabeth Islands chain. Everything from ...

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How To

  • Make Your Own Fish Prints!

    The ancient art of Japanese fish printing, or gyotaku, is a simple, fun way to record a trophy catch or simply unleash your artistic spirit....

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  • Tying the Non-Slip Mono Loop Knot

    The nonslip loop knot ranks as one of the most useful fishing knots. Its main benefit is that it allows a plug, jig, fly or natural bait to ...

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Cooking Your Catch

  • Matt’s Tasty ‘Tog Chowder

    This Thanksgiving, why not forgo the traditional turkey and serve something more in keeping with New England maritime tradition? I’m talki...

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  • Blue Plate Special: Grilled Bluefish with Cilantro Lime Butter

    This simple, delicious recipe might just change your mind about the culinary value of the humble bluefish. By Tom Richardson | Photography b...

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