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Metal Lures That Shine During The Fall Run…

Ask veteran saltwater anglers to pick one lure type they can’t live without and most will probably respond “bucktail jigs,” with “soft plastics” finishing a close second. While both of those choices are among my favorites for much of the year, I do deviate from that during the fall months. ...

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Intrepid Plans Three Debuts for Fort Lauderdale…

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Monofilament Versus Braid…

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Catching Tautog From Shore…

Pictured above: The author bouncing a crab off pier pylons Piers In the backwaters, tautog gravitate to a variety of shelter including concrete rubble and stanchions, rusty rebar, and wooden pilings. These structures contain ecosystems where ‘tog stop to feed on green crabs, mussel colonies, barnacles and sea worms. Many ...

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How To Find and Catch Brook Trout…

Off-Road Brook Trout Each fish species has a unique combination of features that endear them to certain subsets of the angling community. Some species are favored because of their large size. Some are beloved because of the challenging sport they provide in coaxing them to strike or landing them once ...

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Nordhavn 100: The Global Angler…

<em>Serenity</em> on the Pacific Northwest’s sometimes fog-shrouded waters. (Courtesy Nordhavn/) When most yachtsmen think of sport-fishing yachts, they likely conjure up images of long waterlines, flared bow sections, skyscraper tuna towers and planing-friendly undercarriages. Expedition-grade trawlers do not come to mind. And for good reason. Expedition vessels are built for ...

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Inshore Tautog Fishing…

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Winter Flounder Fishing on Cape Cod…

Pictured Above:While habitat destruction, heavy fishing pressure, and predation by seals and cormorants have knocked down Cape Cod flounder numbers, there are still fish to be caught if you know where to look. I booked my 2019 Nantucket Shoals fluke dates in August 2018—and Captain Jeff Viamari’s calendar was already ...

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New Year’s Yacht Charter in the Bahamas…

The 125-foot Cheoy Lee <em>Nicole Evelyn</em> is available for New Year’s in the Bahamas. The yacht accommodates 10 guests in five staterooms. (Courtesy Ocean Independence/) Ocean Independence says the 125-foot Cheoy Lee Nicole Evelyn is open for a New Year’s booking of at least one week in the Bahamas. Nicole ...

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Reviewed: Monte Carlo Yachts 66…

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