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The Striper Migration: When Will the Bass Return?…

Every winter, anticipation builds for the arrival of migrating striped bass. Each year is different, and exact timing seems to be strongly influenced by water temperatures along the Atlantic coast. By tracking fishing reports from charter captains, contributors, and readers at OnTheWater.com, we have been mapping the striped bass spring ...

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Destinations And Adventures: Havoysund…

Pictured qbove: While Atlantic halibut are a rare catch off the US, in Norway, catches like this one, made by Allan Norgaard on the first day of the trip, are a regular occurence. Much has been written on the once prolific cod and halibut fisheries off New England. Fishermen in ...

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Featured Lure: Livingston Salt Series…

While you might not know it from above the surface, inshore waters are a noisy place. The claws and legs of lobsters and crabs ticking off hard bottoms, the gill plates and swim bladders of fish chirping as they swim. Predatory fish use these sounds to home in on potential ...

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First Look: Grady-White 45-Foot Canyon 456 Luxury Sportfishing Ya…

Re-imagine your concept of the luxury sportfishing yacht. Announcing Grady-White’s new flagship, the Canyon 456 center console–incredibly spacious, technically sophisticated, and more richly appointed than any other outboard sportfishing boat. This fabulous Grady-White is a well-crafted, superbly engineered center console that represents an entirely new level of elegance and sophistication ...

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Three Record-Setting Fish Caught in Vermont in 2017…

Vermont Fish & Wildlife today announced that three fish caught in 2017 have been certified as new state records. New records were set for cisco, carp and redhorse sucker. Chase Stokes, 11, of Ferrisburgh caught a new record carp in April while fishing with a nightcrawler on Otter Creek in ...

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Maine Fisheries Division Recognized For Arctic Charr Restoration…

AUGUSTA, Maine — The Fisheries Division of the Maine Department of Inland Fisheries received national attention today for their work restoring native Arctic charr to Big Reed Pond in northern Piscataquis county. The American Fisheries Society presented the department and MDIFW fisheries biologist Frank Frost with their Sport Fish Restoration ...

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Ice Breakers…

A sound like shattering glass echoes around the pond as Eddy punches his oars through the thin pane of ice still covering the cove. We have winter on the ropes, and with each oar stroke, we feel one jab closer to spring. We reach the open water, and I begin ...

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Vermont Fish And Wildlife Awarded 2017 Sport Fish Restoration Out…

Pictured above: Rich Kirn and Rod Wentworth, fisheries biologists with Vermont Fish & Wildlife, prepare to examine trout from the Dog River. The Department recently was awarded the 2017 Sport Fish Restoration Outstanding Project Award by the American Fish Society. (Photo: John Hall, VFWD). The American Fisheries Society recently awarded ...

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Cold-Water Survival Tips…

When a human is immersed in cold water, survival time is not measured in hours or even minutes, but often in seconds. It may sound counterintuitive, but very few people involved in cool- or cold-water emergencies actually die from hypothermia. Hypothermia is a drop in the body core temperature, which ...

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