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Kayak University 2017 Recap

This past weekend Kayak University, a get together for kayak anglers, was held at Squam Lake in Holderness, New Hampshire.  The weekend was open to all comers, industry professionals, kayak fishing pros, and kayak anglers… Read more →

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 →

Latest Blog Posts

Freshwater Gear, Gear, Lures

ACTION ALERT: Maine to Report on Soft-Bait Ban

On May 14, 2013, the resolve to study the effects of soft-baits and biodegradable hooks in the state of Maine became law, ordering the Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife to study the effects of soft-baits and non-degradable hooks on fish and other wildlife in the state. The results of the study will be reported to the Committee on January 28th. Read more →


Maine Pike & Smallmouth

Casting from kayaks designed for fisherman allows OTW TV to get into some really remote spots and target pike and bass that don’t see a lot of pressure from other anglers. Fallen trees, weedy shoreline, and breathtaking scenery provide an awesome day on the water and an escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Read more →


Frigid Ice-Fishing Forecast

The forecast is looking favorable for ice fishing with a big chill on tap for New Year’s Day and the first week of 2014. Before you make plans to ring in the New Year with traps, tip-ups and jigging sticks, remember to buy your 2014 state freshwater fishing license, brush up on your ice safety, and check out our tackle shop locator for shops that cater to ice fishermen. Read more →

Bottom Fishing, Saltwater, Techniques

Groundfish Gameplan

If you take a look at a nautical map, it’s easy to see why Cape Ann is a hub of New England groundfishing. With the prime fishing grounds of Jeffreys Ledge to the north, Tillies Bank to the east and Stellwagen Bank to the south, the waters are rife with potential hot spots. Read more →

Saltwater, Tuna & Offshore

962-pound Bluefin Tuna Possible New Hampshire State Record

The New Hampshire state record for bluefin tuna was shattered last Tuesday when Captains Garth Morin, Bruce DelleChiaie and Rick Green landed a 962-pound bluefin while fishing at Jeffrey’s Ledge aboard the Salt Shaker out of New Castle, NH . Captain Green battled the fish for more than 3.5 hours before they were finally able to bring the monstrous tuna aboard the boat. Read more →