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Nick Honachefsky has covered fishing as a writer and television host for more than two decades. He's a proud New Jersey native, with deep routes to the beaches of the barrier islands where he loves to cast to bluefish and striped bass. He's fished all over the country and abroad, but his world came to screaming halt when Hurricane Sandy devastated the Jersey coast in 2012. He lost his home and all of his possessions, but the angling community came together and helped a brother when he needed it most. 

Through his love of fishing, Nick rebuilt his life and is now the host of the Saltwater Underground with Nick Honachefsky, a sportfishing television show that airs on several channels. Listen in as Nick talks about his past and future projects, some of which include articles for Anglers Journal, and how the Tooth Fairy brought him a Jitterbug when he was a boy.



Bass Champ Fallon Clepper

In the latest podcast, we talk to Fallon Clepper, the first woman to win the High School Bass Fishing Championship


Anglers Journal Pod: Hunting Record Tarpon

In the latest Anglers Journal Podcast, author Monte Burke discusses tarpon obsession and the inspiration that led to his book, Lords of the Fly.


Anglers Journal Podcast: Rocker Turned Guide Chuck Ragan

Musician and fishing guide Chuck Ragan joins the Anglers Journal podcast to discuss his unique fishing life.


Talking JAWS

We sit down with JAWS fanatic Joe Cermele to debate whether or not this classic is the best fishing movie ever made.


Filming Deadliest Catch

Listen to a first-hand account of what it's like to film from the deck of a crab boat in 50-foot seas.


Podcast: Talking Tackle

Tackle expert Dave Ferrell shares some tips on what to look for to help you catch more fish.


Black Sea Bass: Feeding the Stomach and Soul

Writer Zach Harvey doesn't believe in a hierarchy of worthy quarry, instead preferring the underrated black sea bass.


Anglers Journal Podcast: The Origin Story

Back in 2013, longtime fisherman and magazine editor Bill Sisson had an idea for a different kind of fishing magazine.

Brian Crowley with a 54-pound striper lashed across his “canal bike.”

Fishing for Striped Bass in the Cape Cod Canal

With strong currents and abundant bait, the Cape Cod Canal is a unique and productive spot for striped bass