New England fishermen have a special place in their hearts for fluke. This species (also known as summer flounder) is known for being aggressive and active, even when the midsummer heat has made other species lazy. Here are a few tips for targeting fluke.
As a boater, you naturally love water. But you definitely don’t want it in your boat’s fuel.
If water gets into your fuel, it can cause lots of problems for your engine. And, when it mixes with ethanol-blended gas, it undergoes a process called “phase...Read More
Hunting for bluefin tuna makes for some of the most exciting fishing available in the Northeast. These fish can get huge – some can be larger than 10 feet long and weigh more than 1,000 pounds. They’re also know for putting up a serious fight, requiring anglers to b...Read More
Hyannis, Massachusetts is famed for being the favorite place for the Kennedys to spend their leisure time. But you don’t need to be a wealthy tycoon or a future president to enjoy this lively Cape Cod village. Hyannis attracts visitors of all economic statuses and pol...Read More