BIGtheme.net http://bigtheme.net/ecommerce/opencart OpenCart Templates
Home / Reports (page 5)

Reports

Navigating In The Fog…

One of the great dangers of summer boating is navigating in poor visibility. When the heat of summer rolls in, sea waters remain cool. Hot, humid air and cold water create fog, which can blanket the coastline, rolling in and out with the wind. A morning departure running at 30 ...

Read More »

Get Started: Spinning For Shallow-Water Fluke…

Whether dropping to artificial reefs or into shallow backwater channels, most fluke hunters do so with a stout conventional outfit. But, when fluke fishing in 40 feet of water or less, trade the conventional setup and bait rig for a spinning rod and a handful of bucktails. The Tactic In ...

Read More »

Synthetic Bait Storage Solutions…

In 2003, John Prochnow and Dr. Keith Jones unveiled Berkley Gulp to the world. Their well-guarded, secret marinades were engineered from extensive lab and field tests, designed specifically for innovative, water-based resin baits. The Gulp offerings must be stored in their liquid attractant, and the baits benefit from an occasional ...

Read More »

2018 Fishing Tournament Calendar…

Fishermen looking to add some excitement to their fishing this season can participate in one of the many fishing tournaments taking place throughout the Northeast. There are contests for just about every species that swims in our waters, with tournaments lasting a single day, a week or even the entire ...

Read More »

Sneak Preview: New From Rapala…

The folks at Rapala Brands (which includes Storm, Williamson, VMC, and Sufix, along with the iconic Rapala) have released a selection of new fishing lures and fishing gear that will be available this month. There are several new items that will be of interest to On The Water readers who ...

Read More »

Patrick Sebile’s New Magic…

If you’ve fished for striped bass in the past seven years, you’ve probably caught a striper on a lure designed by Patrick Sebile. The Sebile Lures Magic Swimmer and the Stick Shadd became striper-fishing staples within a year of hitting Northeast tackle shops in 2009. They especially caught on at ...

Read More »

Offshore Fishing Toolbox: Snips, Cutters and Pliers…

Offshore fishermen have a well-deserved reputation for being sticklers for detail. When you make the investment in time and money to get out to the tuna grounds, it’s not worth cutting corners. The crews that are organized, prepared, and meticulous in their rigging are the ones that consistently place in ...

Read More »

Saying Goodbye to Kay from Surfland…

This Saturday, Kay Moulton from Surfland Bait and Tackle in Newbury, Massachusetts, passed away. Kay served thousands of fishermen for more than 50 years, counting seaworms and offering guidance on where the bass were biting around Plum Island. A Facebook post from Surfland Bait and Tackle said it best: Source link

Read More »

It’s Never Okay to Cast at Boats – Obviously…

This week, someone fishing in the Canal chucked a 5.5-ounce Savage Gear Sand Eel into a passing boat, where the line wrapped one of the passengers. With the boat moving, the line pulled tight and lodged the jig into the passenger’s ear. The man at the helm threw the boat ...

Read More »

Kayak-Fishing Rips And Reefs…

Pictured above: Kayaks can reach shallow rocks and reefs where big bass feed at night. photo provided by Eric Harrison With my kayak in tow, I arrived at the point where blacktop meets sand and saw the water glistening underneath the glow of the full moon. A soft, warm summer ...

Read More »