Blog, Stripers, Uncategorized

SUP Striper Fishing: 10 things you need to know

Sean O’Brien Like most of you reading this, I spend a ridiculous amount of time in the off-season scouring Google Earth for new areas to fish for the spring run. Unfortunately, what I’ve found is that so many of these ideal areas are inaccessible by foot alone. Flashbacks of memories fishing from shore while epic […]

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Blog, Gear and Tactics, Uncategorized

The Four Stages of the Tuna Trip

Addicted to tuna fishing? Check out Fish Northeast in Plymouth for the best selection of big game gear around. Not unlike other fishing endeavors, there are typically four distinct stages to the proverbial “tuna trip.” The initial stage: The Buzz. The crew is electric in the predawn darkness. You feel the voodoo come over you […]

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Blog, Podcasts

Brian Coombs (Part 3) Talks Monster Stripers in 2020, Podcast

In this episode, we chat with Capt. Brian Coombs of Get Tight Sportfishing. And we’re talking big stripers. Capt. Coombs outlines his strategy for locating large pelagic bass on topwater, giving location and searching tips for finding the biomass. He also unveils the new Get Tight boat for 2021 and beyond. Don’t miss this one! […]

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Blog, Stripers

Weekend Warrior: Redemption Song

I come to you in better spirits on this fine Friday evening in July. It happened today. I swallowed my pride, traveled away from my usual haunts and fished a new area with Todd of Dupe a Fish and his buddy Chris. Well, folks, turns our it was a pretty, pretty, pretty, pretty good move. […]

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Blog, Podcasts

Jamie Howard talks ‘Running the Coast,’ Podcast

In this episode, we talk with Jamie Howard of Howard Films about his film, Running the Coast. We chat about the inception and process of creating the only film about stripers, the cast of characters he met along the way, and of course, the absurdity, insanity, and sleeplessness of the striper migration. Listen on Spotify […]

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Blog, Recent Reports, Stripers

Weekend Warrior: A different animal

The fall run is chaotic, fickle, wild, urgent. All of those adjectives and about a million more. Our fishing “runs” are typically predictable. There are patterns and templates to be followed. In the spring, we generally know, within a week or two, when and where the stripers will show up. During the doldrums, we have […]

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