On The Water’s Jimmy Fee and Andrew Burke provide some tips and tricks for fishing (and surviving) the Cape Cod Canal.
Targeting bottom fish with slow pitch jigs puts the focus on fun and precision.
Over $10,000 in prize money, tackle shop gift cards and tournament swag were awarded at the Tournament which was sponsored by Ørsted and their Block Island Wind Farm.
Simply enter for your chance to win a Simrad Cruise 9 Chartplotter and transducer package!
New topwater striper plugs from Patrick Sebile's lure company, A Band of Angler's.
OTW's Jimmy Fee gets a crash course in fishing for giant bluefin tuna with Captain John Clothier of Fish Chatham Charters.
Being prepared for unexpected boating scenarios can help prevent headaches and large repair bills.
Test-driving Ørsted’s Block Island Wind Revolution video simulator.
Whether you’re a shore-bound angler looking to reach new waters or a boat fisherman who recognizes a fishing kayak as an exciting way to get out on the water, there’s something in kayak fishing for just about anyone.
Above: “Bull Bass” watercolor, framed, 27″ X 37″, by Chet Reneson You may have come across a few of his paintings in Grey’s Sporting Journal and Sports Afield, or seen his illustrations thumbing through the
Reach stripers far off the beach with this classic fishing technique.
Big structure, big bait, and big stripers await anglers at the Northeast's rocky shorelines.
Recent advancements in fishing tackle have made it possible to land very large bluefin tuna on spinning gear.
The soft structure on a sandy beach provides the perfect place for striped bass to lie in wait for easy meals to wash by.
Walk the dog with Shimano's new striper-focused topwater lure, the Coltsniper Splash Walk.