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Paradise In Panama…

The blast of 85-degree air was welcomed by our group of anglers disembarking from Copa Airline flight 312 in Panama City, happily leaving behind a particularly harsh, cold New England winter. The first leg of our trek to Pesca Panama was complete, and following an overnight stay at the Veneto ...

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Rediscovering Schoolies…With A Fly Rod…

There were some insanely large stripers brought to the beach in 2017. Every week, rumors of surfcasters joining or renewing their memberships to the 50-pound club circulated. Yet, the reports and posts that impressed me most were those of the vast numbers of schoolie stripers around last year. From New ...

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Ice Fishing Safety Awareness Urged!…

New Hampshire Fish and Game Department Conservation Officers would like to remind outdoor enthusiasts to exercise caution when enjoying winter activities on or near the ice. “It is imperative that you personally check the ice thickness on a waterbody as you venture out on foot or before riding out on ...

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Featured Lure: Yo-Zuri 3DB Knuckle Bait…

A wire-arm or “safety-pin” style bait, like the spinnerbait or buzzbait, is one of the most popular and productive lures available to bass fishermen. The spinning, flashing blade (or surface-churning prop and the pulsing skirt) make it a go-to lure from early spring to late fall. The popularity of spinnerbaits ...

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Winter Workbench…

Winter weather keeping you indoors? Head to your workshop and start prepaing for your best fishing season ever with these simple, do-it-yourself projects.Make an eel tote for carrying live eels in the surf: Make your Sebile Stick Shads, and other plugs, Canal-ready: Work on perfecting your wind-on leaders for tuna ...

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OTW’s Field Test Favorites 2017…

Every winter, the staff at OTW compiles a list of the products they used and loved the previous season or everything from small pond bass to offshore tuna. Here’s a list of our Field Test Favorites from the 2017 Fishing Season. Jimmy Fee broke in his Tsunami Forged 10 on ...

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Ice Cold Cod – Reader Report…

The 2017 calendar year end was fast approaching. Throughout the month of December, I was itching to get out on the water to do a bit of fishing. Since Christmas had passed and I had successfully completed my holiday responsibilities, it was now or never. The week between Christmas and ...

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Rutgers Cooperative Extension Offers Fisheries Science Course for…

Rutgers University Cooperative Extension is offering a new fisheries course for New Jersey’s fishing industry stakeholders entitled: Introductory Fisheries Science for Stakeholders (IFISSH). The course is intended to educate stakeholders on the science and management processes impacting their industries. A wide range of topics will be covered, including fisheries biology, ...

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