The smell of the sea, the taste of salt on your lips, the pull of the tides — it’s time to return to the matrix of creation, with fishing rod in hand and adventure in your soul.
When halfbeaks showed up in the Northeast this fall, I had to balance being mesmerized by their movements in the water with the urge to cast and catch.
Albies, little tunnies, fat Alberts — call them what you want, but once you hook one on light tackle, you’re doomed to chasing them for the long run.
Sights and sounds flood in as the author recalls a long-gone lobstering job when traps were still made from wood.
With the fall migration in full swing, anglers forego sleep, chores and even work to chase their fleeing dreams
The simple cedar plug continues to catch tuna and other species 100 years after its creation
Bedazzled with black stripes on a vibrant blue-green back, the Atlantic mackerel is a lively little fish and a great bait
A smoking-fast fish whose name says it all.