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April 3, 2019

Back in the fall, we talked about how to get the boat ready for a long, cold and dank winter.  Time and tide are now on our side. Most bay constables allow moorings back in the water as of April 1 – and the weather will turn our way too.  So, BEFORE you start your engi...

April 3, 2019

There are few worse ways to ruin a day on the water than being seasick. Getting sea sick, as I can personally attest, is one of the worst temporary feelings you can have on a boat. I normally don’t get seasick but a few years ago while on a dive boat in the Turk Caicos...

April 3, 2019

With the striped bass season set to open on April 15th, many anglers are already talking about the 2020 season. That’s because a new benchmark assessment was done for 2018. The report concluded that striped bass are in a state of decline. If measurements aren’t put in...

April 3, 2019

Nothing compares to the hope that April brings to the saltwater angler. Truly, it’s when we can finally wave at winter in the rear view mirror and head full on into the warming spring season. Saltwater fishing enters a new realm as water temperatures are on the rise. M...

April 3, 2019

Thankfully my friend came to plow the foot or so of snow out of my driveway during that mid March blizzard that turned the region into a winter horror show for a few days.  This is the time period when forces of winter and summer clash constantly, causing some of the m...

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