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BUBBA Debuts Multi-Flex Full Tang Interchangeable Set…

BUBBA, a fishing lifestyle brand known for its high-quality angling equipment and gear by fishermen, for fishermen, has announced the launch of the Multi-Flex Full Tang Interchangeable Set. Perhaps the largest advance in fillet knife innovation since the debut of the original BUBBA fillet knife in 2011. This product is ...

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Bridling Live Baits…

Pictured above: Bridled live-baits, like mackerel, scup, and menhaden, can be very effective for big stripers. As with all fishermen who target striped bass and fluke using live bait, one of my primary goals (in addition to catching the aforementioned species) is keeping that bait alive as long as possible. In ...

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Striper Holy Ground: The Vermont Avenue Jetty…

When you enter Atlantic City by way of the AC Expressway, stay on Christopher Columbus Boulevard until it turns into South Missouri Avenue. At the first intersection, make a left on Pacific. Drive past Caesars, Ballys, the Hard Rock, and the Showboat, and hook a right two blocks from the ...

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Gear and Tackle: Newport Striper “Doldrums”…

By mid-August, striper fishing can be pretty tough, but not off Newport, Rhode Islandwhere cool ocean water washes over prime striper habitat, creating a baitfish-filled paradise for our favorite fish. Captain Rob Taylor approaches summer stripers a few different ways. At first light, he uses large topwater plugs to bring ...

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Top 5 Trolling Rigs for Striped Bass…

Tube-and-Worm Rig Application: Shallow water, estuaries, warm water, middayRod: 15- to 30-pound-class, 7-foot conventionalReel: Mid-size conventionalLine: 45-pound-test leadcoreLeader: 40- to 50-pound-test fluorocarbonTrolling Speed: 2 knotsTip: The worm is a crucial part of the tube-and-worm setup, but during the warmer months, porgies and other bait-stealers can clean off rigs quickly. At ...

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The Shepherd of South Jersey…

“They come in with the drum in May,” says Captain Dan Schafer as he pulls a wooden bait keeper on to the dock at his slip in Stone Harbor Marina. “And I catch them into November.” The keeper is filled with thumbnail-sized fiddler crabs that Schafer collected by chasing them ...

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The Captain’s Cookbook…

Pictured above: Captain Bobby Rice’s Blackened striped bass searing on a hot grill Among the many perks of being a charter captain is having a steady supply of fresh fish. Between that and clients regularly asking for recipe recommendations, many captains have a selection of staple recipes to turn a ...

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Discover Centerpin Fishing…

Pictured above: Jimmy Fee tries not to panic while learning the right amount of pressure to apply to a fired-up steelhead. Every summer when I was growing up, my dad and I visited Pulaski, New York, to troll for salmon on Lake Ontario. He told me stories about the crazy ...

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Ice Fishing in Vermont – Fishing Report…

The Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department says anglers are finding good ice fishing on many lakes throughout the state. Accompanied by the recent warm weather, ice fishing in Vermont has been slow to start. With more seasonal temperatures forecasted, ice conditions should be prime for folks to take advantage of ...

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Surfcasting Techniques For Largemouths…

I think surfcasters are some of the best prepared fishermen on the planet. The surf-fisherman’s routine runs counter to everything everyone else is doing. It’s now a world of buzzwords like “power fishing” and “run and gun,” when everyone is looking to become more mobile (kayaks with motors?) and getting ...

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