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November 7, 2016

As November rolls in, get ready for some serious fishing in the Garden State. The Fall Run promises plenty of stripers and bluefish along the Jersey Coast, as well as a bottom fishing bonanza of blackfish, cod, ling,  pollock and sea bass. Add to that the chance of ser...

November 7, 2016

This time of year fishing opportunities are limited, especially for marine anglers, due to weather conditions, closed seasons and the upcoming holidays. The result is narrow windows of time during which anglers can safely fish from a boat or shore.  The straw that brea...

November 7, 2016

The holidays are around the corner and it’s that time of year where we may be doing a lot of entertaining. It’s also the time of year that, for me, brings back memories of family and friends who have passed and remembering those special meals or desserts that they woul...

November 7, 2016

Even though it is “Last Call” for most boat owners, if your marina forces you to vacate by the end of October you shouldn’t stop fishing. It’s a great time to jump aboard some great charter and head boats that advertise with LI Boating. November can be very productive,...

November 7, 2016

The thermometer in the truck read a balmy 28 degrees as the lone angler pulled into the marina.  Donning multiple layers of fleece, a gore tex duck hunting jacket, wool hat and gloves, he carefully made his way down the frosty dock to his lone boat sitting in the slip....

November 7, 2016

She left for Phoenix on Sunday afternoon. Driving her to the airport, the traffic on interstate 95 towards Rhode Island was relatively lite for a change. We got there with plenty of time for her to submit herself to the trolls’ in TSA. Her flight was to get underway at...

November 7, 2016

Safely tucked in for the night between boulders that surround a lighthouse, the tautog lies motionless – semi-dormant or fully asleep. Under the beam of a Scuba divers light, the fish often barely stirs. But when touched, it bolts from its sanctuary and swims out of si...

November 7, 2016

In a prior article, I had discussed the types, uses and fabrication methods for StarBoard® polymer lumber. I covered the different types of polymer plastics commonly used aboard boats along with some of the fabrication tips. I think the best way of demonstrating the ve...

November 7, 2016

“I remember working near Poplar Island when you could almost reach out and touch a boat in every direction and we were all working together with sail…a hundred in a little section.” Captain Art Daniels.

There is an old English proverb that says; “Necessity is the mother...

November 7, 2016

With the chill of winter in the air, the notion of relaxing in a warm sundrenched boat cockpit is but the stuff of memories now. Cabins that once welcomed guests seem cold and drained of summer’s bright colors as vessels are prepped for their hibernations. Yards are bu...

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