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Read the March 2020 issue of Coastal Angler and The Angler Magazine in your area
Catching big pelagics is one of those “someday” goals for many kayak anglers. Venturing into the open ocean under paddle power after species like kingfish, mahi, sailfish and tuna can seem daunting to anglers accustomed to inshore waters or freshwater lakes and rivers.
The season for dry flies is upon us. Here are a few tips to keep in mind when trout are popping bugs on the surface.
Here are some Kayak and SUP Fishing Tips to help you be successful on your next paddlesport fishing trip. Which of the two do you prefer?
If you haven’t tried getting out of the boat where you fish, chances are you’re missing out on some of the larger fish that could have been caught.
Spotted sea trout are better known as speckled trout, and when they get really big, gator trout. Regardless of what you call it, it’s not a trout at all. Specks belong to the drum family. They are one of the most targeted species in their range which extends from Texas to Maryland.
Recreational fishing is banned in Washington state from midnight Wednesday until at least 5 p.m. April 8 because of the novel coronavirus, says the Washington state Department of Fish and Wildlife.
Are you looking a way to catch your target without hurting your pocket? You have probably come across several brands …