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Black Sea bass

Spring Black Sea Bass Bonanza

by Tom Migdalski 0

Black sea bass numbers are rapidly increasing in New England inshore waters. Get in on the action this season. Most… more »

saltwater fishing

Best Saltwater Fishing Along Miss./La. Gulf Coast

by admin 0

There are few areas where the saltwater fishing is better than along the Mississippi/Louisiana coast. By Greg McCain Quality fishing… more »

texas saltwater

Wade-Fishing Tactics in Texas Saltwater

by Robert Sloan 0

From the Red River to the Rio Grande, there is plenty of action for Texas saltwater wade-fishing. By Capt. Robert Sloan… more »

texas fall fishing

Drumming Up Alabama Redfish (Black Drum, Too)

by Frank Sargeant 0

Sure, the state doesn’t have the longest coastline, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t a lot of great places to pursue… more »


Great N.C. Summer Saltwater Fishing Trips

by Mike Marsh 0

Test your tackle against North Carolina sheepshead, red drum, flounder or pompano for some great saltwater fishing. Better yet, try… more »

inshore fishing

South Carolina’s Best Inshore Fishing

by Captain John Gribb 0

Inshore fishing in the Palmetto State’s coastal creeks and estuaries are alive with fish of all sizes and shapes. Let’s… more »

florida saltwater

Inshore Hotspots, Techniques Along Florida Coast

by Carolee Boyles 0

Whether from a boat, a pier or the shore, Florida saltwater fishing includes countless places to chase inshore fish. How can anyone… more »


5 Tips for More Tuna

by Scott Haugen 0

If you’re a tuna beginner looking to catch the craze of pursuing these awesome fish, check out these tips to… more »


Rattle Up Redfish With These Lures

by Mike Marsh 0

While most anglers think redfish are easily spooked, the best way to attract them is by casting a noisy lure…. more »

North Carolina saltwater fishing

The Best of North Carolina Summer Saltwater Fishing

by Craig Holt 0

For some outstanding North Carolina saltwater fishing, try these are some top spots for flounder, trout and redfish (and more)…. more »

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