For surfcasters from Cape Cod to New Jersey, the annual mullet run just ain't what it used to be.
Anthony DeiCicchi sits down with lifelong Cape Cod fisherman Eric D’Hedouville to look back at the northeast swordfish harpoon fishery.
Understand the pros and cons of both tog presentations to get more bites this fall.
Simply enter to win 1 of 5 Rapala fishing gear shopping sprees!
The unwritten rules of surfcasting help anglers to continue to learn and grow, no matter their age or experience level.
OTW’s Robbie Tartaglia gives a rundown on colors, sizes, and retrieves for fishing epoxy jigs for albies.
During the fall run, portions of craggy coastline from Rhode Island to Maine offer surfcasters in pursuit of striped bass a deeper sense of adventure.
A three-man crew from Connecticut tied into a toothy surprise during a tuna trip south of Long Island.
When boulder-field bass are no-shows, save the day with blackfish.
Kayak fishing for highly-pressured species like striped bass requires stealth, which, even at night, can be the difference-maker between catching fish and spooking them.
A father introduces his sons to the tranquil ponds that speckle eastern Long Island.
A former corrections officer turned pyrographer, Steve Cote of Connecticut is etching his way toward a new career in marine and nautical-themed art.
For anglers chasing albies, metal and epoxy-style casting jigs are tackle box essentials designed to imitate abundant and vulnerable fall run baitfish.
In the department of saltwater spinning reels, ICAST 2023 had only a handful of options.
From inshore and big-game applications, to slow-pitch or speed-jigging, ICAST 2023 introduced a new rod for every type of saltwater fishermen out there.