Fishing Articles for Saltwater Anglers
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Fishing For Mackerel in Maine
: Mar. 12, 2005 I had fished for many different types of fish all through my life. I had tried almost every type of lure, and technique
What’s the right type of Boating Education?
: Feb. 26, 2005 What is the right type of boating education? I’ve been asked this question many times over the years. This is one of those questions that are hard to answer.
"Catching Sea Mullet"
: Feb. 26, 2005 Fishing Articles by Joe Malat, a proven authority on surf fishing and North Carolina's Outer Banks!
Get Ready For the Trout
: Feb. 26, 2005 Both of these trout species can be caught in the same places, using the same bait or lures and at the same time of the year.
: Feb. 10, 2005 Offshore Fluke -
Bottom Structure is the key!
Winter Stripers off Nags Head, NC
: Jan. 18, 2005 Hi, I’m Tom and I’m a …. Stra… Stra… Striperholic. Call it addicted, call it possessed, whatever you call it… I’ve got it bad.
The Lowcountry Angler!
: Jan. 10, 2005 SC Fishing Report
- Charleston’s inshore fishery has been described as an angling adventure comparable to none.
How The Big Ones Get Away
: Jan. 7, 2005 Knowing where and when to fish for the big ones is but a small part of the recipe for a successful fishing trip.
Mud Lump Specks
: Jan. 7, 2005 Our faces went from a gleeful look to a solemn one as we stared at the steam bellowing from the boat's engine cover.
A FRENZY BITE!
: Dec. 5, 2004
My son Cal and I took a fishing trip with Dennis Treffry across to Catalina in his 22 foot center console Chris Craft.
BE KIND TO THAT STRIPER
: Dec. 4, 2004 Live bait fishing for stripers is a very exciting and often rewarding technique
On The Level
: Oct. 23, 2004 Hydrofoils, trim tabs, and power trim devices all can improve your boats planing and driving performance.
Adding a hydrofoil device to your outdrive will get your boat onto a quicker plane.
South Carolina Redfish Tactics
: Oct. 23, 2004 If you're looking to add a little pop to your redfish action, here's a local's techniques for taking advantage of South Carolina's improving redfish population
Trophy Speckle Trout of Bay Marchand
: Oct. 23, 2004 Catching trophy-sized speckled trout near oil rig structures is easy if you use live bait.
Learn how to fish & catch speckled trout at Louisiana rig structures with live bait.
Speckled trout rig fishing techniques, tactics, methods, & tips.
Gulf snapper beckon anglers through Oct.
: Oct. 3, 2004
ORANGE BEACH, Ala. — As summer draws to a close and autumn's cooler breezes blow across the Gulf of Mexico, it's common for anglers to heed the call.
Speed limits in state ports on agenda
: Oct. 3, 2004 MOREHEAD CITY
- Federal fisheries authorities are looking at slowing down the big boats coming and going around North Carolina's state ports.
Study: 90 percent decline of big fish
: Sep. 6, 2004
Commercial fishing has emptied the world's oceans of 90 percent of the populations of large prized tuna, swordfish, marlin and other fish species that flourished a half-century ago, two marine scientists reported.
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