Catching once-in-a-lifetime fish-twice in one morning.
Catching big bluefin tuna on spinning gear doesn’t seem like it should be possible, but it is, thanks to determined captains and heavy-duty precision tackle.
Two fishermen share their experiences with an ever-changing fishery.
Pictured above: A slight downward tick of the wrist at the end of the casting stroke can help avoid the dreaded tailing loop.
Small Details Can Make The Difference In Winter Tog Fishing
Get into saltwater fly-fishing with schoolie striped bass
Focus on What’s Important
Experiment with several different line weights on any fly rod you’re considering because the results you experience may vary greatly.
Bag Limit Reduced to 3 for Overfished Bluefish
Industrial fishing giant strikes out twice as it breaks the rules in the Chesapeake Bay