How to read the Water and its Structures – By Eddie Maley

Knowing structure is an important and possibly a top priority to catching more fish. If you look at boat captains and fisherman, they mark structure with coordinates to put them on fish, whether it is a wreck, rock pile or edge of a major drop of depth. Fish hold and feed in these areas. What’s interesting

Striped Bass & Northeast Fishing— A Conversation with Captain Mike Roy

Captain Mike Roy is the founder and operator of Reel Cast Charters, specializing in fishing for striped bass on the Connecticut River and Long Island Sound. He is also a  monthly blogger on Hook’d Gear providing tips, reviews and various fishing methods for their readers. Recently Mike was a guest on the PartsVu Xchange Talks

How to avoid getting skunked! Captain Mike Roy – Reel Cast Charters

Here are 10 ways to avoid getting skunked on your next fishing trip according to Captain Mike Roy of Reel Cast Charters Leave a comment if you have any tips to add: 10. Be versatile, if you only prepare to cast surface lures and the fish are not showing on the surface then you will

Fishing Do’s and Don’ts by Captain Mike Roy – Reel Cast Charters

Fishing Do’s Do re-tie your leaders Do sharpen your hooks Do use quality terminal gear Do learn how to read your sonar Do observe the environment (birds, bait, surface action) Do read structure Do try to learn something every trip Fishing Don’ts Don’t follow other boats Don’t follow fishing reports Don’t rush into your spot

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