Squid are Invading New England…

Squid are Invading New England…

And Fishermen Are Loving It By Ondine Graham and Team Goose Recently New England has seen a surge in the squid population due to the rising water temperatures. Squid are the prey of tuna fish, sea bass, fluke, and stripers. The increase in...
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Spring Fishing for Hold Overs

Spring Fishing for Hold Overs

Using the Tony Stetzko Teaser Tony Stetzko was legendary in the fishing community but he paid that no mind. He cared about fishing. He loved to fish. Ask him a story about his latest catch and you would see his eyes...
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Daddy Mac Viper Eels

Daddy Mac Viper Eels

Versatile and Deadly When the Daddy Mac Viper Eels hit the market they took the fishing world by storm. No other lure had the life like motion and profile that this one does. Now that anglers have had time to...
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2018 New England Saltwater Fishing Show

  That’s right. The Goose Hummock is getting packed and geared up for the 2018 New England Saltwater Fishing show at the Rhode Island Convention Center in Providence. This is the Rhode Island Saltwater Anglers‘ 15th show and is going...
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Are You Ready for the Funny Fish?

Are You Ready for the Funny Fish?

Bonito, Spanish Mackerel and False Albies Are On The Way Like the days getting shorter and the nights getting cooler, one of the sure signs that Summer is winding down is the appearance of Bonito, Spanish Mackerel and False Albacore Tuna....
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Boating the Bay

Boating the Bay

Fishing Options for a Small Boats on Cape Cod Bay By Capt. Phil Howarth Cape Cod Bay is blessed with many options for safe fishing from a small (sub 18’) boat. Striped Bass, Bluefish, Sea Bass, Scup, Flounder and even...
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Surfcasting Cape Cod

Surfcasting Cape Cod

Grab your gear and hit the beach! By Craig Cantelmo, Van Staal Corp. Cape Cod has so many fishing opportunities to take advantage of from late April to the end of October.  One of my favorites is surf fishing the outer Cape around Nauset Inlet...
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Mimicking the Sand Eel

Mimicking the Sand Eel

It Can Be the Key to Your Catch By Ondine Graham, Bill Hurley Lures According to the National Marine Sanctuaries, Sand Eels, also known as Sand Lance, are a favorite food for Stripers and Bluefin Tuna. Sand eels average 3-7...
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Cape Cod, A Fishing Wonderland

Cape Cod, A Fishing Wonderland

The Cape was formed as a result of glacier movement more than 20,000 years ago. Cape Cod itself is considered a peninsula, some will argue that with the building of the canal we are an island) formed from the terminal moraine,...
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An Introduction to Slow Pitch Jigging

An Introduction to Slow Pitch Jigging

Get the most out of this exciting method of fishing By Anthony Dillon (Cover photo courtesy Reel Deal Fishing Charters www.fishreeldeal.com) This modern and innovative jigging technique was developed by Norihiro Sato in Japan.  Recognizing the speed jigging t...
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