How To


  • Fishing Whitewater Zones for Striped Bass

    Much of the northern New England seacoast features granite shores and shallow ledges. While this type of topography is typically associated ...

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  • Make a Splash: Bluefin Tuna Splash Bar Spread

      One of the first places offshore anglers find bluefin tuna in New England is around the 30-fathom line south of Martha’s Vineya...

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  • 12 Tips for Trolling Wire Line & Leadcore

    To catch the biggest stripers, you’ve got to get a bait or lure down to where the fish holding, especially if you want to score during...

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  • 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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  • Using a Bottom-Fishing Marker Buoy

    If you like to fish for tautog, scup, and sea bass over wrecks and rockpiles, you know that pinpoint positioning—whether on the edges of t...

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  • Tips for Better Tasting Fish

    If you enjoy eating the fish you catch, here are some simple tips to keep in mind this season. With many species (especially tuna and bluefi...

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