Gene Bourque and Chris Megan grab their ultra-light spinning rigs and face off in a light-hearted early-season trout competition. Because the state has moved away from an “Opening Day” approach, trout fishing stays hot long after most anglers have made the switch to salt water each spring.
Then it’s off to Rhode Island, where Captain Bruce Macomber of Howlin’ Wolf Charters gives us a lesson on how to target the fanged flatfish, the fluke. Using bucktails and skirts and strip baits, Captain Bruce brings a meal’s worth of summer flounder to the net. Read more →