Fishing In New England


  • Spring Tautog Tips

    Once the dandelions start to pop up on the lawns of Southern New England, savvy bottom fishermen reach for their tautog gear. Tautog, also k...

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  • Smelt Fishing 101

    Smelt. The name is not exactly inspiring of angling greatness, but there’s much to be said for these slender, shiny fish. Text & Photo...

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  • Alert: Cold-Water PFD Requirements

      If you’re planning to use a kayak, SUP, or canoe this spring, be aware that some states now have mandatory cold-water lifejacke...

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  • Fishing Plymouth, MA

      Plymouth Harbor’s proximity to a variety of fishing grounds, including those off Cape Cod and on Stellwagen Bank, has long made it ...

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  • Treasure of the North Woods: Maine’s Libby Camps

    Let this rustic sporting lodge deep in the Maine wilderness transport you to a magical time and place. Text by Tom Richardson; Photography b...

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  • Fishing Sebago Lake

    At 45 square miles, Sebago is Maine’s second largest lake and, with a maximum depth of 305 feet, its deepest. The lake is home to several ...

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