15 Minutes with: Capt. Webb Thompson www.nervouswaterboston.com Here’s what we learned… Location: Boca Grande, Charlotte Harbor Florida Tides: Although I prefer to fish the rising tide, I have found feeding fish at any moving tide. In the lower tide I will often fish the grass flats and sandy holes and as the tide rises will…
15 Minutes with: Capt. Tyler Nonn www.twcharters.com Here’s what we learned… Location: Chesapeake Bay Tides: The end of the incoming and beginning of the outgoing seem to be the most productive tides. Lower tide stages fish tend to pull off shallow flats and hang on adjacent ledges and channels. Approach: Approach quietly and use a…
15 Minutes with: Capt. Jim Barr www.SkinnyWaterChartersRI.com Here’s what we learned… Location: Near shore waters from Sakonnet Point, Rhode Island to Fishers Island, New York. Narragansett Bay, Little Narragansett Bay, Rhode Island Southcoast Salt Ponds Tides: Moving water is key, but primarily ebbing tides, however individual preferences vary depending on the location, tide stage, time…
Team Hogy gives their picks for the best ling cod lures for fishing Monterey Bay, CA.
Capt. Ross Gallagher gives his top choices for Amberjack lures & rigs in depths of 100+ feet.
15 Minutes with: Capt. Tyler Nonn www.twcharters.com Here’s what we learned… Location: Florida Keys Tides: When tides start to slow and slack the fish will move up to the surface, investigating and looking for bait. When tides are moving fish will be holding closer to the bottom and generally out of sight. Approach: Look for numbers…
Capt. Mike Hogan gives his advice on how to set up a Shimano Saragossa 20000 for bluefin tuna.
It’s frequent during the month of March and April to have 15-20knot winds, this makes accurately casting large soft baits pretty difficult. What is my best option for reaching and accurately leading these fish?
The action and profile of Hogy’s Original Series imitates ballyhoo, needlefish, and small eels that are a favorite for daytime tarpon that are in open water.