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Shifting Gears on the Quabbin

I’d never been more ready to fish Massachusetts’ largest body of freshwater, the Quabbin Reservoir, than I was Wednesday morning. I had new lures, fresh line and an assortment of gear and gadgets to turn the… Read more →

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The Pickerel Back-Up Plan

The fishing on Saturday was terrible—two ponds, seven hours and one tiny bass.  I almost stayed in Sunday, but when I considered that it might be one of the last above-freezing, open-water weekend days left,… Read more →

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2015 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… Read more →

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A Sucker is Born

Suckers are sadly misunderstood by many anglers who think that they are invasive species (they’re not), a sign of polluted water (quite the opposite) or that they destroy trout populations by devouring their eggs (also untrue). Read more →