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2019 Boat Buyer’s Guide…

Discover what’s available for a new year and a new season of boating and fishing. 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 ...

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Mellow Yellow…

Years ago, a group of fishermen tired of repainting their striper plugs were looking for a finish that would last longer. One of the fishermen, who worked for the town, painting the double yellow lines on the roads, suggested using the road paint. The heavy-duty paint not only stayed on ...

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Late Inning Stripers And Blues…

By the time Halloween arrives, the fall migration of striped bass is well underway. The fish are heading south, and on the way they’re stopping to feed on the mix of baitfish spilling out of harbors and estuaries. With a large portion of the striper population funneling through Long Island ...

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2018 Holiday Gift Guide…

Great Gifts For Fishermen. Take it from someone who could assemble an outfit where every component has an embroidered fish on it—good fishing gifts are precious, rare things. That’s why we’ve compiled a list of the best fishing-themed gifts available for Northeast anglers who fish small ponds for bass, go ...

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The Future of Eyewear is Floating…

  How many times have you had that sinking feeling? You know, the one where you’re watching your brand-new sunglasses slip off the side of the boat and into the depths below? According to The Vision Council, more than 55 percent of Americans lose or break their shades each year. ...

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Peace, Quiet And Fall Freshwater Kayak Fishing…

Pictured above: To increase the odds of a successful outing, choose bodies of water with good populations of fish that are active in cold water. In September, I dedicated quite a bit of time to chasing false albacore. I chased after recent fishing reports, chased tides that gave up fish ...

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The Lazy Man’s Rigged Eel…

I think most surfcasters can relate when I say that I have a love-hate relationship with live eels. I love how well they work on big fish and I love how conveniently I can bring them along with me. I do not love how the price has jumped to $2.25 ...

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Chasing Ghosts…

Popping tuna became the late-season craze in New Jersey about six years ago when a large concentration of bluefin tuna settled into the waters 3 to 15 miles offshore. They showed up somewhat unexpectedly at the end of November, when many offshore fishermen were wrapping it up for the season, ...

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The Hook Mangler…

Pictured above: ​​Twisted Metal: A big striper used a rock to wrench open this bucktail hook. “The Hook Mangler is back,” said Kevin as he took a closer look at his jighead. The once-perfect “J” had been gnarled into an unpronounceable symbol. This had been Kevin’s second go-around with the ...

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