I grew up in a tribe of Swamp Yankees and, without realizing it, came to embody some of their ways and salty language, outlooks, perspectives and mannerisms.
Catching stripers in the November surf when the world seemed simpler.
November is not without its attractions as another fishing season in the Northeast winds down.
The magic of fishing comes from being so engrossed in something that your mind thinks only of the here and now. After several months of being stalked by a virus that you can’t see or hear or smell, it was nice to be back fishing — and feeling like the hunter once again.
A smoking-fast fish whose name says it all.
Swordfish are well-equipped to thrive in cold, deep water — and to bring anglers to their knees
Largemouth bass look like full-blown eating machines, but they are, in reality, discerning predators
Crevalle jacks are voracious, ambushing, eating contraptions with an indomitable attitude.
Despite the decline in their stocks, cod and all they represent still beckon this traditional New England fisherman.