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Albie Fever

Albie Fever

Posted by Clayton Fahey on 3rd Oct 2023

As everyone knows the Albies are back in town. These fish are known to be selective feeders and often a more difficult fish to catch unless you land that perfect cast into the blitz. The hardest part … read more
​A Favorite Vlog! Lure From May to October

​A Favorite Vlog! Lure From May to October

Posted by Dustin Stevens on 28th Jul 2023

Let’s face it, guys and gals, Vlog! products are freakin’ awesome. One website can get you everything you need for the "main fishing season" in the Northeast/New England. Most of us in the region a … read more
The Right Fight

The Right Fight

Posted by Capt. Tom Migdalski on 23rd Jun 2023

Light-Duty Belts Take the Fight to the FishExperts loosely define a “light-duty” fighting belt as one without a harness and suitable for tackle of less than 80-pound-class and 50-pounds of drag. It ma … read more
Why Barbless Is Best

Why Barbless Is Best

Posted by Capt. Tom Migdalski on 24th Mar 2023

Care for Your Fish and Yourself with Barbless HooksSeveral years ago, I was diamond jigging a reef off Branford, Connecticut during a late-October slammer bluefish run. The action was white hot, and o … read more
Fits Like a Glove

Fits Like a Glove

Posted by Capt. Tom Migdalski on 19th Dec 2022

Fishing gloves protect you and the fish. Here’s how to buy the right pair for your needs this holiday season.Like most longtime saltwater anglers, hooks, knives, teeth, fins, and gill plates … read more
​Walking the X-Walk Topwater

​Walking the X-Walk Topwater

Posted by Capt. Tom Migdalski on 21st Oct 2022

Topwater Tactics for Fall Stripers and Blues In mid-October, fishing buddy and saltwater fly expert Vince Battista and I drifted along a rock-studded sand flat in southern Connecticut. The conditions … read more
Heavy Spinning Rods

Heavy Spinning Rods

Posted by Capt. Tom Migdalski on 23rd Sep 2022

Catching large predators on spinning gear isn’t the novel news that it was only a dozen years ago. Back in 2005, some anglers starting in the “tuna-pop” sport were using extra-heavy musky or stripe … read more
Soft-Sided Tackle Boxes

Soft-Sided Tackle Boxes

Posted by Capt. Tom Migdalski on 5th Aug 2022

Soft-sided tackle boxes are a viable—and often preferable—option to typical hard-sided tackle boxes. Innovative, soft-sided models lead the tacklebox lineup by offering anglers versatility, reduced we … read more
Tarpon—Key West’s Other Night Life

Tarpon—Key West’s Other Night Life

Posted by Capt. Tom Migdalski on 12th May 2022

When hunting tarpon in Key West’s bays, local knowledge of these skinny waters is critical to cruising through the many miles of backcountry. Some of the navigable waterways run precariously close … read more
The Line Debate: Mono vs. Braid

The Line Debate: Mono vs. Braid

Posted by Capt. Tom Migdalski on 21st Mar 2022

If you’re new to fishing, you’ve likely noticed two distinct types of lines on the market—monofilament and braid—but which is better? The short answer is, if it’s in good condition, there’s no such th … read more