Monthly Archives: June 2020

It’s tuna time

It’s tuna time

Sorry Charlie, it’s just not a very good time to be you in the blue waters of the mid-Atlantic. Not with the hundreds of boats trolling baits from the Carolinas to Maryland – some of them with four-ballyhoo spreads to those towing as many as eight. We understand that you just can’t resist these kinds of offerings. And then, Charlie,…

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Shellcracker. They are one fighting little fish

Shellcracker. They are one fighting little fish

Throughout his years of fishing, Jake Lusk occasionally would catch a species of sunfish that just seemed to fighter a lot harder than the other ones he was catching. And, quite often, this species was bigger. So the Sedley, Va., native and resident decided to start targeting them. He quickly learned that the redear sunfish is something special. “I’ve been…

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Fishing Forecast – June 2

Fishing Forecast – June 2

As if on cue, The Man in the Brown suit showed up in Carolina waters just in time for the start of the season. On Monday, cobia once again were available and willing to cooperate with anglers largeting them in Virginia. The arrival of these beefy battlers is one of the most highly anticipated things in local fishing. These fish…

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