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Some of the best fishing of the early season takes place in the skinny waters of the salt marsh. As the water is shallower, everything is magnified. The importance of tidal stage, sun, and even the color and composition of the bottom are exaggerated. Many variables must line up, but when they do it can provide lights out fly and light tackle fishing for hungry migratory striped bass in the salt marshes of the Northeast.
Crossing For Cystic Fibrosis (formerly known as the Crossing For A Cure), an 80-mile self-propelled journey from the Bahamas to Florida.
My how time flies. It seems like yesterday that Coastal Angler Magazine decided to franchise its original 10,000 circulation magazine. While we didn’t know a lot about franchising, we did know that we had a local fishing magazine that everyone in our area loved. A phrase that often pops up in franchising is, “If it works on one corner, it may work on another corner.”
With an 18 percent reduction in striped bass mortality called for by East Coast fishery managers to stem population decline, Chesapeake Bay anglers will be limited to just one rockfish a day under new regulations.
Thomas Knight of Meredith, New Hampshire, caught an enormous lake trout while ice fishing on Big Diamond Pond in West Stewartstown, NH.
The recreational gray triggerfish season reopens to harvest in Gulf state and federal waters March 1, and will remain open through May 1, closing to harvest May 2, 2020.
Trout fishing in the "Granite State" is all about variety. Whether your passion is a multi-colored brook trout, a leaping rainbow or the determined fight of a brown, there's a trout pond or stream within reasonable driving distance in New Hampshire.
Dexter Axle was founded in 1960 in Elkhart, IN by Leonard Dexter to serve the growing manufactured housing & recreation vehicle markets.