I made it out on Popponesset Spit the other day since I had the opportunity to go fishing. It’s still early in the season – the herring are only just […]
Perhaps a little lumpy on the head and needing more of the white bucktail…but it is a start.
Off the beach, Morone the striped bass waited, silently finning in waters flecked with phytoplankton that swept past with the current. The fish was old, having been born with the […]
Check out Tail Fly Fishing Magazine’s November issue for my article, “Fishing For a Story: Fish and Fishers”. It can be found here: http://www.flyfishbonehead.com/tail-flyfishing-magazine/issue-142014×1/#?page=10
“Fish shape Paumanok” as Walt Whitman called Long Island, must have been etched out of the land thousands of years ago in cosmic recognition of the marine animals that would […]
When I recently lamented having never seen a Great White Shark in the wild, I said it forgetting that I live in a place that is home to an expanding […]
While driving through the Lower Cape this week, I found myself with time to spare and decided to look for a spool of tie-able wire (perhaps a superfluous implement at […]
…linesides in the high-thirties/low-forties had huge schools of peanuts penned up in the groins where they had been devouring them since morning…wind WNW 5-10…