Summer flounder (fluke) fishing got off to a great start this year. On Saturday, May 21, 2022 Peter Johnson of Connecticut said, “I limited out on fluke in eighty feet… Read more
As a youth, I spent my summers at Long Beach, New York, on the south shore of Long Island. No one in my family fished, and I eventually became a… Read more
Sometime in May, when the water in Rhode Island’s saltwater ponds warms to about 60 degrees, several species of worms rise from the muddy bottom, spawn and wiggle about. With… Read more
I’m a creature of habit when it comes to starting my fishing season each year. I generally like to start by jigging for squid early spring and getting some to… Read more
What’s not to like about Black Sea Bass? They are fun to catch, they are plentiful, and they are delicious. I own and operate Fishnet Charters, running a 26 foot… Read more
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