Stickbaits, sometimes referred to as “spooks”, will often out-produce other topwater lures in calm conditions but are less effective in rough water. When worked properly, the lure will glide along the surface in a zigzagging… Read more →
A year-and-a-half ago, Cousins Tackle Corporation began production at its rod and lure-skirt manufacturing facility, and already the company has a staff of 50 cranking out product at its 13,000-square-foot factory in Huntington Beach, California. … Read more →
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By Joshua Farr I confidently believe I speak for most fishermen when I say that cabin fever truly sets in just before the arrival of spring. I have personally spent the last few weeks of… Read more →
Whether you’re a shore-bound fisherman getting into a kayak to reach new waters and distant fish, a recreational kayaker looking to bring his passion for fishing aboard the plastic vessel, or a boat fisherman who recognizes fishing kayaks as an exciting and relatively inexpensive way to get out on the water, there’s something in kayak fishing for just about anyone. Read more →
Updated March 18, 2015 2015 Daily Limits for Striped Bass: Maine: Two options are being considered. Option A: One fish 28″ or larger. Option B: One fish slot, 24″ to 26″ DEADLINE FOR COMMENTS: March 23, 2015… Read more →
The Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management (DEM) filed new regulations today establishing a bag limit of one striped bass per person per day, at a 28-inch minimum size. The season will be open year-round…. Read more →
On The Water reader Matthew Magni recently landed, weighed and released a massive northern pike that was only 4 pounds short of the state record. Magni was ice-fishing in the Berkshires in western Massachusetts with… Read more →