Like all forms of angling, fly-fishing the surf brings both pleasant surprises and some frustrations.
Many coastal fly-rodders consider surf fishing to be the ultimate challenge.
Day or night, spring or fall, New Jersey or Maine—if you don’t have an assortment of bucktail jigs in your surf bag, you are not catching as many fish as you could be.
Old-school minnow plugs never go out of style in the surf.
Late-fall surfcasting is cold and lonely, but with winter looming, and countless legends of giant end-of-the-season stripers, it’s never too late for one last trip.
Discover the best wading boot traction options for surf fishing in various conditions.
I think most surfcasters can relate when I say that I have a love-hate relationship with live eels.
The fall fishing classic, originally scheduled for October 27 was postponed due to a nor’easter that ravaged the New Jersey coast with high winds and extreme surf conditions.
By collecting and recording the lengths of released fish, this survey provides a more complete picture of the fishery in New Hampshire than general fishing surveys Fish and Game conducts each year.
If find yourself staring at a piece of twisted steel that was once your hook, it’s best to remember that some fish aren’t meant to be caught