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Crabby Cheesy-Poof Appetizers…

Living Off The Land (& Sea) Crabby Cheesy-Poof Appetizers Woot! Woot! The Super Bowl is this Sunday! If you’re looking for some new dishes to add to your game-day feast, look no further. This is one of my all-time favorite appetizers, and it’s super easy to make. On a Caveman ...

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The Northeast’s Native Muskies…

The Middle Allegheny River, Pennsylvania Every year, scores of 50-plus-inch fish are caught and released in the Allegheny, some pushing 40 pounds. This is where my muskie obsession began. The Middle Allegheny River begins at the outflow of the Kinzua Dam close to the town of Warren, Pennsylvania. The area ...

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The Run…

Photo above provided by WAYNE DAVIS/OCEANAERIALS.COM From sometime in March to sometime in December, wader- and wetsuit-clad fishermen enter the ocean, hoping to encounter a great seven-striped fish. Ten months of high drama in the high surf play out from Maine to New Jersey. Sleep is foregone and meals are ...

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Skillet Cod with Roasted Root Vegetables…

Living Off The Land (& Sea) Ingredients Serves Two 2 thick pieces of cod, about 6 ounces each 3 green onions, minced Olive oil 2 to 3 tablespoons butter Salt & pepper Pinch of saffron and turmeric (optional) Root Vegetables: potatoes, carrots, fennel bulb, parsnips 4 large garlic cloves Step ...

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The Miniature Tarpon of the Delaware River…

For most fly-fishermen, the first signs of spring on the Delaware River trigger visions of massive hatches and rising trout, but not for me. Although dry-fly fishing is always on my radar, my springtime excitement surrounds a fish that is often overlooked by fly-fishermen, a fish that enters the river ...

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Three Strategies for Low-Light Largemouth…

Low-Light Largemouth As a warm-water species, largemouth bass like it hot. Consistent, stable summer weather spurs them to feed, which is good news. Light intensity is an important factor, though. When you’re wearing sunglasses to stop squinting, largemouth are likely hanging in the shade for relief from the sun’s rays. ...

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Using Inshore Baits for Offshore Fish…

Many offshore fishermen make a run to their local tackle shops to grab some ballyhoo before heading deep, but they never consider filling their livewells with some of the baitfish available right in their marina. When I take overnight trips to the canyons, I spend the ...

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Felmlee Lures: An American Classic…

Back in October, I had the good luck to share a fishing charter with Michael Flanagan, the new president of Felmlee Lures, makers of the iconic Felmlee Eel (a classic striper-catcher) and a range of classic fresh and saltwater lures. We talked a lot about why he purchased Felmlee (not ...

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10 Tips for Fly Fishing the Surf…

1: Watch Natures’s Signals I once hit the beach at dawn to find a solitary gull there to join me. Although I started to walk in one direction along the water, the bird flew in the opposite direction, so I decided to change my path and follow it. Within minutes, ...

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Using Big Worms To Find Big Bass…

I’ve never been a big-bait/big-fish kind of angler. I prefer using finesse tactics to catch numbers of largemouth bass as opposed to holding out for a few quality bites each day. However, that changed two summers ago during a day of fishing with a young tournament angler on the Connecticut ...

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