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2017 NEKF Striper Shootout Recap…

The 13th annual New England Kayak Fishing Striper Shootout was held this past weekend in Salem, Massachusetts.  The tournament drew over 140 anglers and the competitors vied for first place in six divisions, open, artificial only, fly, Junior, Winter Island, and Barbie rod. The shootout draws anglers from throughout the ...

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Does The Fall Run Begin In August?…

Pictured above: Mike Azevedo lands a big summer striper on the North Shore of Massachusetts. It’s the hottest month of the summer. Water temperatures are approaching their peak in most parts of the Northeast, and in many places, striper-minded surfcasters are biding their time, waiting for the cool northwesterlies of ...

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Find World-Class Summer Flounder In Back-Bay Waters…

The backwaters can provide prime light-tackle fluking—if you know where to look. I took a deep breath as we cut across the mud flat at full speed—so refreshing! A beautiful early morning, calm wind, sunny sky. It was the day of the Grassy Sound Marine’s annual summer flounder tournament. The ...

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Southern Tactics For Northern Mahi…

Combining Florida and Northeast mahi tactics will make the most of any day offshore. I first started fishing for mahi on my 22-foot Mako, Predator, more than 20 years ago. I trolled spoons on planers and Japanese trolling feathers in the wash from the old Range Buoys off Sea Girt ...

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5 Plug Bag Essentials (besides the plugs)…

by Jimmy Fee | August 14, 2017 | Gear, Lures, Saltwater, Surfcasting, Tackle. Anybody who enjoys fishing knows that the bite can turn on in an instant. Add these 5 essentials to your gear and be ready when the big stripers move into casting range. Pre-Tied Leaders – Having a ...

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Pork Rind Replacements…

It’s been nearly two years since Uncle Josh Bait Company announced that they would no longer be offering fishing lures made from pork products. This ended a 93-year run of producing pork rind lures that began with Allen P. Jones and Urban Schreiner carving “frogs” out of fatback during a ...

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Featured Lure: Siren Lures…

It was late in the tuna season when Jason Ward took his first shot at bluefin on spinning gear. He hadn’t been living in Boston for long, and when he heard of fishermen taking 80- to 100-pound bluefin on spinning gear, he had to get out and try it. Ward ...

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