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Bid on a Fully-Outfitted Cape Cod Tuna Trip!…

Bid on this charity auction item donated by Columbia PFG! Proceeds supports Wings for Falmouth families – your bid is a tax-deductible donation. Fish with Captain John Clothier of Fish Chatham Charters – as seen on On The Water TV’s Angling Adventures! Place Your Bid! PACKAGE INCLUDES: Fishing Charter for ...

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Speeches Takes Home 1st in Casco Bay Bluefin Bonanza…

SOUTH PORTLAND, ME. – Local captain Pete Speeches of Scarborough and the crew of Backstabber, brought a giant bluefin to the scale weighing 719 pounds to win the Third Annual Casco Bay Bluefin Bonanza and the coveted Casco Bay Cup, their second consecutive victory. It was a fretful and tenuous ...

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Scania Debuts 900 HP Engines for Sportfishing Boats…

I admit, as a passenger on a sportfishing boat, I never give much thought to the engines. If they start up and get us to the fishing grounds and back, I’m happy. But, there are a lot of factors that go into creating top-performing, reliable engines—and it starts with who ...

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Featured Lure: SPRO Power Bucktail…

With its large, prismatic eyes, wide array of color patterns, and realistic head design, the SPRO Prime Bucktail represented the first of the “elevated” bucktail jigs when it hit the market some 20 years ago. As with any good bucktail jig, it caught a variety of fish in a variety ...

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VIDEO: Albie Fever | Know the Signs…

Stay safe this September with this PSA from OTW about recognizing the signs of Albie Fever in your friends and loved ones. The post VIDEO: Albie Fever | Know the Signs appeared first on On The Water. Source link

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The Anatomy of a Fluke Jig…

Understanding the parts of a fluke jig is essential to putting together the best presentation for fooling keeper flatfish. Fluke may be bottom dwellers, but they are predators of the highest order. They lie in wait, ready to attack any baitfish or crustacean that drifts too close. This predatory nature ...

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Safe Boating Means Safe Fishing. Avoid Whales….

Trained responders in action during a 4-day effort to disentangle a humpback whale The Atlantic Large Whale Disentanglement Network has received an uptick in reports of humpback whales hooked or entangled in monofilament and tuna fishing gear. This notice is to remind boaters and fishermen that fishing too closely to ...

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New Jersey’s Invasive Species: Northern Snakeheads & Flathead…

Neaven Reavey is part of a growing number of anglers embracing the northern snakehead and the challenge of hooking and landing this hard-fighting species. Reavey uses topwater frogs to elicit savage strikes from snakeheads. Invasive. The term, by definition, conjures negativity any way you comprehend it, and is a fisheries ...

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Montauk Stripers Under The Full Moon…

Catching three 40-pounders in four drifts sounds like a pretty good fish tale. If the setting had been anywhere other than that magical body of water between Montauk and Block Island, not one angler would believe it. Yet, when the setting is a full moon shining over Block Island Sound, ...

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