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How real is the threat posed by sharks, especially great whites, to casters who ply the Striper Coast?
The game has changed but you can still enjoy the challenge of tangling with these toothy pelagics, while aiding in shark research.
Shark fishing provides a fun and exciting change of pace for family fishing trips.
As winds from a northerly quarter become more frequent, Long Island anglers are likely to encounter some of the biggest sharks of the season.
When it comes to bringing a few steaks home, size does matter!
In essence what American anglers are doing is conserving our resource so that other countries can catch more of them.
As seal populations continue to increase, so too do the sightings of nearshore Atlantic great white sharks in New England.
Here are some ways to help improve your crew’s chances at hooking up with that tournament winning shark.
A look at the pending recreational shark fishing measures in federal waters effective January 2018.
Shark fishing heated up just in time to ensure success for two of the Island’s most popular shark tournaments.
While perhaps not the monster makos of the deep, it’s not exactly like chasing bluegills and tommycod either.
A veteran shark angler with numerous tournament wins under his belt shares some intel to give you an edge in the sharking game.