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Northeast Opening Trout Days 2017

Spring is here, and that means, the return of longer days, warmer weather, blooming flowers, and the opening of trout season. Check below for the date of Opening Trout Day in your state. NJ – April… Read more →

50-Pound Stripers On Big Wood Plugs

For most, the timing couldn’t have been worse. On the eve of Boston’s biggest striped bass tournament, the bread-and-butter conduit to the cows had done a disappearing act. Mackerel, which local anglers consider the ticket… Read more →

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Destinations, Saltwater, Stripers & Blues, Uncategorized

Provincetown Fishing: Race Point Stripers

The tip of the Cape offers steep, sandy drop-offs, deep water, strong currents and a smorgasbord of bait. Provincetown stripers generally hug the steep drop-off running from Wood End past Race Point, but when large schools of migrating baitfish, such as herring, arrive in the spring, bass will chase these baits to the surface in shallow water, even occasionally pinning them to the beach. Read more →

Bass & Panfish, Freshwater, Uncategorized

Fishing the Charles River

Thanks in large part to various legislative measures and the efforts of private citizens banding together to protect the watershed, the Charles River is now one of the cleanest urban waterways in America, and is home to excellent fishing opportunities for crappie, yellow perch, largemouth bass, white catfish, carp and the occasional striped bass. Read more →

Freshwater, Uncategorized

Mirror Carp Fishing Report

This week, after having talked about it for over decade, we finally decided to hunt for some elusive New England mirror carp. It’s no secret that targeting this fish takes and extremely technical approach with a lot of time dedicated to scouting and targeting. Read more →