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New England Baked Haddock…

Living Off The Land (& Sea) This recipe is about as simple as it gets. I’ve been devouring this stuff since I was a small child. As a kid, I was fond of drizzling it with ketchup, and I must admit, sometimes I still do. It’s one of my favorite ...

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The Big Occhi: A New Soft-Plastic Stickbait…

The Big Occhi If you look at all the large, soft-plastic stickbaits on the market, you’ll notice the same basic design—a long, skinny, tapered body with a wide, flat back and a thinner rounded underside. Some have pockets on the underside to make them easier to rig weedless, while others ...

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How To Finance a Boat: Boat Loan Basics…

How to Finance a Boat: Boat Loan Basics Buying a Boat and need to know the basics about financing the purchase with a boat loan? We asked Tom Smith, President of Sterling Associates, a Financial services firm that provides financing for many types of Boats, some of the most frequently ...

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The Striper Migration: When Will the Bass Return?…

Every winter, anticipation builds for the arrival of migrating striped bass. Each year is different, and exact timing seems to be strongly influenced by water temperatures along the Atlantic coast. By tracking fishing reports from charter captains, contributors, and readers at OnTheWater.com, we have been mapping the striped bass spring ...

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First Look: Pursuit DC 266…

Pursuit Introduces New Dual Console Fishing Boat The new Pursuit dual console DC 266 features a fiberglass hardtop and a tempered glass windshield with a roomy walkthrough and plenty of storage. It offers the versatility and innovation of her predecessor, the Pursuit DC 365, with an LOA of 27′ powered ...

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Mouse Flies for Trout…

Midday Mousing It was a typical early spring day at a central Connecticut Trout Management Area. I bumped around a few of my favorite spots, fishing streamers and catching some trout. I started to fish a run filled with brook trout and rainbows, and to my surprise, they completely ignored ...

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Fire, Booze & Cherrystones…

Living Off The Land (& Sea) If the thought of combining fire, booze and fresh seafood sounds like fun to you, this recipe is right up your alley.This is a sophisticated dish that is a nice alternative to a traditional stuffed quahog. The sambuca imparts a subtle hint of sweetness, ...

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Early Season Action: The Sucker Run…

The Northeast is home to several species of sucker, all of which fall into a reviled category referred to as “rough” or “coarse” fish. Some anglers turn their noses up at this loosely classified group that also includes carp, bullheads, and chubs. But, many are aware of the hard-fighting reputation ...

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