How To


  • Trolling a Rip Line

    Rips are productive fishing spots for two main reasons: structure and current. From bonito to bluefins, striped bass to fluke, you’ll find...

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  • Video: Tying a Dropper Loop Knot

    The dropper loop knot can be used to make several different kinds of bottom rigs for targeting cod, haddock, sea bass, fluke, winter flounde...

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  • Fluke Rules: 10 Tips for More & Bigger Fish

    It’s amazing how many people think that catching fluke is as simple as dropping a squid strip to the bottom and waiting for a fish to clim...

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  • Rigging a Weedless Slug-Go

    In the crowded world of soft-plastic lures, the Lunker City Slug-Go remains a top contender. This versatile fish fooler will take almost a...

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  • Seeking Salmon: Setting a Winning Spread

    No one said trolling for salmon was simple—especially if you want to score consistently. Just ask veteran Lake Winnipesaukee guide Jason ...

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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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