Wintertime Wreck Fishing For Tenacious Tautog

It’s cold outside, yet there’s enjoyable saltwater fishing available to Mid-Atlantic anglers willing to brave the elements. All winter, fishing the numerous wrecks along the Delaware and New Jersey coasts can produce outstanding action with hard-fighting and great-tasting tautog, also known as tog and blackfish.

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Wintertime Wreck Fishing For Tenacious Tautog

It’s cold outside, yet there’s enjoyable saltwater fishing available to Mid-Atlantic anglers willing to brave the elements. All winter, fishing the numerous wrecks along the Delaware and New Jersey coasts can produce outstanding action with hard-fighting and great-tasting tautog, also known as tog and blackfish.

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Delaware Bay Stripers: Slip ‘Em An Eel

Decreasing daylight and falling water temperatures in October and November prompt striped bass to bunch up, chow down and migrate south along the Atlantic coast. Live eels are the No. 1 bait for stripers, and here’s how to fish with them.

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Jigging Up Big Seatrout

Weakfish, or seatrout as they’re known to anglers in Delaware and points south, are now available on the inshore grounds from New England to North Carolina, and they’ll provide exciting action right through October!

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Bunker Chunking For Lunker Stripers

There’s no argument that in Delaware Bay, drifting live eels over the shoals produces the greatest numbers of stripers, and most of those fish are respectable 8-pounders to 20-pounders. However, the top tactic for trophy fish of 30, 40 and even 50 pounds is to anchor up and soak juicy pieces of bunker on the bottom. Here’s how to do it.

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Sarasota’s Silver Kings

On Florida’s southwest gulf coast, huge tarpon roll and flash across the surface in plain sight of anglers who, with hearts pounding and adrenaline pumping, cast live crabs, lures and flies to them. Hook-ups result in awesome airborne acrobatics and tackle-testing battles than can continue for hours.

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Searching Out Big Stripers On The Susquehanna Flats

It’s springtime, and the stripers are on Susquehanna Flats! Knowing how and where to search out stripers is the key to catching the 15- to 50-pound stripers that are now available on this vast expanse of shallow water at the very top of Chesapeake Bay in Maryland.

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