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Get Started With Big Swimbaits…

Big bait, big fish. That’s the mantra of the legions of swimbait-chucking bass fishermen around the country. Every year, more fishermen are discovering the fun and excitement of swapping quantity for quality, and joining the movement isn’t as difficult as you might think. Here are the bare essentials you’ll need ...

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Stripers And Hickories: The Spring Mixed Bag…

At one time in my life, I was an avid upland bird hunter. Some days, I collected a grouse or two, while other days I harvested woodcock. There were also special days when I returned to the car with both species: a true mixed bag! Nowadays, my pastime—especially in the ...

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Darts On The Delaware…

In large, hastily written red letters—underneath the plaque celebrating the return of the American shad to the Lehigh River—the graffiti poses an imposing question. Would you make it? The American shad, like the rivers they run, have had it rough since the industrial revolution. We’ve fished them out in immense ...

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Find A Fishing Charter…

On The Water can help you find the perfect fishing charter for striped bass, tuna, fluke, and more! Whether you are looking for freshwater or saltwater, fly-fishing or deep-sea fishing, we can recommend a fishing captain that fits your needs. To get hooked up with a Cape Cod charter boat, ...

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Stripers And Hickories: The Spring Mixed Bag…

At one time in my life, I was an avid upland bird hunter. Some days, I collected a grouse or two, while other days I harvested woodcock. There were also special days when I returned to the car with both species: a true mixed bag! Nowadays, my pastime—especially in the ...

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Featured Lure: Livingston Salt Series…

While you might not know it from above the surface, inshore waters are a noisy place. The claws and legs of lobsters and crabs ticking off hard bottoms, the gill plates and swim bladders of fish chirping as they swim. Predatory fish use these sounds to home in on potential ...

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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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2018 Fishing Kayak Buyer’s Guide…

Choosing a Fishing Kayak If you haven’t tried kayak fishing yet, or if you are looking to upgrade to a kayak better suited for your fishing needs, what are you waiting for? Kayak Fishing is one of the hottest trends in outdoor sports. Whether you’re a shore-bound fisherman getting into ...

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