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ARTICLES

How you land your tuna can make a difference in a tournament but also make the fight more exciting.

PLAYING
BY THE
RULES

By Capt. Andy Siegel

Following IGFA rules may seem annoying but they can help you maximize the fun and the “sport” in sportfishing.

Tuna of all sizes come into Indian River Marina.

INDIAN RIVER INLET:
THEN
AND NOW

By Eric Burnley

Indian River Inlet in Delaware has a rich history and has grown into an inviting place for anglers, their families and visitors.

Finding where the fish are is critical to having a chance to get one hooked.

CHANGING
THE SONAR
GAME

By Lee Green

Omni sonar has widened the view – literally – that fishermen have of the conditions and fish they are pursuing. See why it’s worth considering for your boat.

The anglers on the charter were celebrating a great catch and ready for more. Mother Nature had a different idea. Photo courtesy of Ken Schott

FAST AND FURIOUS:
A RUN-IN WITH
MOTHER NATURE

By Capt. Damon Sacco

An unexpected and wild change in the weather offshore left a permanent impression on the author, who will never look at waterspouts the same way.

The giant bluefin tuna was weighed at the Brielle Yacht Club.

TALES FROM THE EDGE:
EVERY GIANT BLUEFIN
IS SPECIAL

By Capt. Kevin Goldberg

They battled for four hours, avoiding a close call with a tugboat, to land a
fish of a lifetime.

anglers with a tuna in the boat

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