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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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Surf-Sharking Revival…

Shark fishing from shore is back in the limelight and improved tackle paired with daring tactics have allowed surfcasters to land monster sharks from the beach. It was 1998. I had just moved to Normandy Beach, New Jersey, steps from the surf, and was putting in innumerable hours tangling with ...

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On The Water’s Premier Yamaha Dealers…

by OTW Staff on February 2, 2017 The electronics on our boats are becoming more connected to our personal devices and to the cloud, and the result is better performance, greater usability, and an incredible wealth of information at your fingertips Read more → Source link

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Finding Summer Smallmouth Bass…

When the water warms up, smallies spread out, but the right techniques around the right structure will help you track them down quickly. Smallies have a quick trigger compared to largemouths. They overtake plugs faster and hit harder; once hooked, they leap higher. And, even though smallies prefer rocky structure, ...

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Tagged To Fight Another Day…

Pictured above: Capt. Josh Zacharias revives a large school-size bluefin prior to release during a memorable August day on which six tags were deployed. Satellite-tagging provides key insights into light-tackle bluefin tuna post-release survival. Few saltwater anglers would dispute that tossing a plug or soft-plastic lure into a frothing school ...

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First look: Ocean Kayak Malibu Pedal…

New Ocean Kayak Malibu Pedal merges effortless transport, versatility, and proven pedal drive technology The kayak pioneers at Ocean Kayak are proud to announce the launch of a revolutionary pedal-driven kayak that merges effortless transport, versatility, and proven pedal drive technology. Welcome Malibu Pedal, Ocean Kayak’s latest—a watercraft that raises ...

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Surfcasting Strategy: Fishing the Mag Darter…

In the early 2000s, I remember reading reports of fishermen catching unheard of numbers of striped bass on the Yo-Zuri Mag Darter from New Jersey to Cape Cod, when the plastic swimming plug was earning itself a permanent spot in the surf bags of fishermen all throughout the Northeast. The ...

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Striper Poachers Keeping Mass Environmental Police Busy…

The Massachusetts Environmental Police have caught several individuals for poaching striped bass over the past two weeks, sharing these violations on social media. Publicizing these violations lets potential poachers know that there are consequences and encourages law-abiding fishermen to report them. If you see someone violating a fisheries regulation, make ...

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