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Catch and Release Etiquette

Catch and Release Etiquette

Posted by TackleDirect on Dec 10th 2021

Catch and release is a common practice among fishermen. However, if not practiced correctly, the mortality rate for fish can be extremely high.
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The Rise of Women in Fishing

The Rise of Women in Fishing

Posted by TackleDirect on Nov 11th 2021

We all would agree that the recent pandemic has, by in large, had a very negative effect on our nation. From masks, to vaccines, to social dista
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Fishing "Heats" Up

Fishing "Heats" Up

Posted by Mike Haines on Sep 3rd 2019

Summer in South Florida has been rolling on without a hitch, Heat, humidity and lots of bait Our bait run started several weeks ago with huge
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Picking Mahi Off Structure

Picking Mahi Off Structure

Posted by Nick Honachefsky on Jul 5th 2019

Mahi fishing along the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast is just getting started as water temps are pushing up into the 70 degree range and higher.
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Carolina Wreck Fishing

Carolina Wreck Fishing

Posted by Nick Honachefsky on Jun 28th 2019

The Crystal Coast of North Carolina holds plenty of salty maritime lore, after all, Blackbeard’s shipwreck of the Queen Anne’s Revenge was disco
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Northeast Bottom Brawl

Northeast Bottom Brawl

Posted by Nick Honachefsky on Jun 21st 2019

Some serious cooler-filling type of fishing has descended upon the New Jersey/New York Metro region. I hopped on the party boat Dauntl
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The Early Bird Beats the Heat

The Early Bird Beats the Heat

Posted by Mike Haines on Jun 17th 2019

Ask a group of fishermen in South Florida about their favorite time of year to fish and the majority will say summer. Now, it's not quite summ
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Trolling Bluefin Tuna

Trolling Bluefin Tuna

Posted by Nick Honachefsky on Jun 14th 2019

If you haven't heard, bluefin tuna fishing off Jersey has been absolutely bananas. In an incredible early start to the season, BFT catches from
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Black Drum Brigade

Black Drum Brigade

Posted by Nick Honachefsky on Jun 6th 2019

With a new moon passing on June 3rd, black drum will be on the chew in Jersey and Delaware spots like Delaware Bay, Great Bay and Brigantine as
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First Shot Fluke

First Shot Fluke

Posted by Nick Honachefsky on May 30th 2019

Jersey's fluke season just reopened on May 24th with a 3 fish limit and an 18-inch minimum size, and good thing as the back bays are firing righ
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Scentin' Up Sea Bass

Scentin' Up Sea Bass

Posted by Nick Honachefsky on May 24th 2019

Black sea bass season just reopened in Jersey with regulations dictating a window from May 15th to June 22ndwith a 10 fish limit and 12-1/2 inch
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