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Late Fall Carping…

Pictured above: Early December and light snow just fell, but the carp were still hitting. Most fishermen associate carp fishing with warm weather. The truth is these giants of freshwater are very adaptable and will hit in just about any water temperatures at any time of the year. In late ...

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Thanksgiving Oyster Stuffing…

For Centuries Americans Have Been stuffing Turkeys With Oysters The tradition of oyster dressing was brought over from British colonists that settled in America. More of a delicacy now, oysters were once plentiful and for centuries were the most commonly eaten shellfish in America. They were cheap and plentiful enough ...

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Long Island’s Harbor Run…

Although it’s true that surfcasters focus primarily on ocean beaches in the fall as they attempt to intercept the mass migration of baitfish and the predators that follow them, there are other opportunities. These ocean runs can be spectacular, and I look forward to the fall run with intense hope. ...

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Rhode Island DEM Busts Striper Poacher…

by OTW Staff | November 14, 2017 | Saltwater, Stripers & Blues. Reader Frank Algiere shared these photos from Thursday, November 9 in Weekapaug, Rhode Island. The largest fish was about 18 inches “The largest fish was about 18 inches. I complimented the officer on doing a good job. He ...

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First Look: Everglades Boats 335 Center Console…

Everglades Boats has unveiled a new 33-foot center console fishing boat. Everglades Boats has announced its most recent addition to the fleet – the all-new 335cc. The new model made its world debut at the 2017 Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show on November 1. Mimicking the best features of the ...

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Fishing Participation On The Rise…

Fishing participation is up nearly 20 percent over the last 10 years, according to a report by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. Anglers also increased their overall spend by 2.4 percent during the past five years. The data was gathered through the 2016 National Fishing, Hunting, and Wildlife-Associated Recreation ...

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Following The Striped Bass Migration…

As the striper season wanes in November, surfcasters in New England do one of three things—they dig their heels into the sand and keep casting until the snowflakes fly, they switch to hunting or freshwater fishing, or they hit the road. The fishermen who grind it out in the New ...

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2018 Boat Buyer’s Guide…

The idea that there is any boat out there that is better than all the rest is simply a myth. Likewise, there is no such thing as the best fishing boat, best family boat, best center console, or best bay boat. What does exist, however, is a “best boat” for ...

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Win An XTRATUF Gear Package!…

XTRATUF isn’t just any boot. It’s no wannabe, or look-alike – it’s the original, 100% waterproof boot worn by Alaskan fisherman for over 50 years. They call it the Alaskan Sneaker. XTRATUF makes essential gear engineered to withstand the world’s toughest conditions, and to protect people who put their lives ...

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American Shad Making A Strong Comeback In The Delaware River…

Biological surveys conducted this year suggest American shad are making a strong comeback in the Delaware River, historically famous for a once-prodigious population of this important fish species, Department of Environmental Protection Commissioner Bob Martin announced today. Net surveys conducted during the spring resulted in the ninth largest overall haul ...

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