Fishing In New England


  • 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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Fishing News


  • Record Yellow Perch Caught in Maine

    Martina Drugovich of Ohio was ice fishing for the first time on Mount Desert Island’s Long Pond on Feb. 11 when she landed a new state rec...

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  • Maine to Offer Free Fishing Days

    Maine will offer its free fishing days on February 15-16 and May 30-31, 2020. On both weekends, any person (except those whose license has b...

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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


  • Gill Pro Tournament 3L Jacket

    Gill’s new waterproof, breathable Pro Tournament 3L was created with feedback from Gill’s team of fishing pros and other trusted product...

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  • St. Croix Imperial USA Fly Rods

    St. Croix’s new Imperial USA fly rods are rated for 2- through 10-weight lines and available in 24 two- and four-piece models ranging from...

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Fishing Videos


  • Video: Spring Blues on the Cape Cod Flats

    Figured we could use a little distraction from the winter but running this short video on sight-casting to “wolf-packs” of racer...

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  • Maze of Channels: Essex River Stripers

    This New England Fishing original short film highlights a hard-to-access coastal kayak-fishing gem: the Essex River on the North Shore of Ma...

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How To


  • 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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  • Striper Chunking Tips

    Chunking has long been an effective technique for targeting stripers. It works well in 10 feet of water all the way to 60 feet—as long as ...

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Cooking Your Catch


  • Sweet & Spicy Calamari

    One of the best calamari dishes we’ve sampled in our travels is the Spicy Asian version served at former Surf Hotel on Block Island. The ...

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  • North Carolina-Style Clam Chowder

    Warm up with this unique take on traditional creamy New England clam chowder, courtesy of Will Gest of the now-defunct Boom Restaurant at Sa...

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