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It’s time for the US to have some balls and fully support a trade ban Bluefin are screwed.  I hate to be blunt, but that’s the case with these fish, plain and simple.  The eastern stock has declined by almost 75% since the 60s, and

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Book Review: “The Big One: An Island, an Obsession, and the Furious Pursuit of a Great Fish”

David Churbuck reviews what he calls “a keeper of a fishing book.” The book is a tremendous look at the Martha’s Vineyard Fishing Derby…

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Jack Crevalle: Fish with Attitude

  I’m a simple man. While fish that require specific flies and exacting presentations are the mainstay for some, I really appreciate a fish that isn’t picky. Maybe that’s a result of too many days on the front of a bonefish skiff. When I feel

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Bluefin Tuna on the Fly

Bluefin tuna – the freight trains of the ocean.

Considered the consummate challenge for those venturing out with unlimited class trolling gear in battle wagons laden with fighting chairs and high definition televisions. A truly fun time…

Now think about trying that with fly gear. You heard us right, the long wand, the feather stick, whatever you choose to call it. Now we’re talking about one of the greatest challenges a fisherman can face.

Join us as Capt. Kris Jop explains the details of how to saltwater fly fishing for bluefin tuna.

If you dare…

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Merrimack River Retrospective 2003

Capt. Charles Crue reviews the saltwater fishing season on the mighty Merrimack River.

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