How To


  • Seeking Salmon: Setting a Winning Spread

    No one said trolling for salmon was simple—especially if you want to score consistently. No one knows this better than veteran Lake Winnip...

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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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  • 10 Baits & Lures for Trophy Stripers

    Looking to bag a trophy striper this season? Here are 10 proven baits and lures that can help you get there! 1: Eels What more can you say a...

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  • 8 Steps to a Better Fishing Season

    There may still be snow on the ground in many places, but the time to fish is quickly approaching. It’s time to ask yourself: Are my rods,...

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  • Tying the Slim Beauty Knot

    The Slim Beauty is a great knot for connecting heavy monofilament or fluorocarbon leader to braided main line. It also forms a streamlined c...

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  • 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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