Bulldogs in the Boulders: Kayak Tautog Fishing

Tautog are pound for pound some of the hardest fighting fish in our northeast waters. Anglers are often willing to endure cold temperatures, numb h...

Albie Fever in an Old Town Sportsman PDL

There is no fish that we target in the Northeast as electrifying, frustrating, and fever-inducing as the false albacore. Each September, as the you...

Versatile Pedal Kayaks at a VALUE Price: Meet the Old Town Sportsman Salty PDL and 106 PDL

If you are in tune at all with the paddle sports world, there’s a good chance you have heard about the pedal kayak revolution taking place within t...

Snakehead Fishing in The Old Town Sportsman PDL

In late July, I set out with my good friend Shawn to execute a 24 hour snakehead fishin’ mission. Our goal was to leave Black Hall Outfitters in We...

Meet the NEW Shimano Vanford C5000XG!

NEW FROM SHIMANO -Smoother/Lighter/Stronger! - The new Shimano Vanford C5000XG takes the Stradic CI4+ technology to the next level by making an alr...

Spacious, Stable, Salty: Meet the Old Town Sportsman BigWater 132

“Big water” is perhaps a bit misleading for a boat which is just at home in small, marshy feeder creeks as it is exploring the inshore saltwater sc...

Old Town - A BEGINNER'S GUIDE TO INSHORE KAYAK FISHING

I vividly remember my first time landing a saltwater fish from the kayak. It was an industrial creek in the Chesapeake Bay, a breezy autumn morning...

Old Town Topwater 106/120 PDL vs Old Town Sportsman 106/120 PDL

Same Award Winning Boat - Different Name. Although there seems to be some confusion regarding these high performance fishing machines make no mista...

Old Town Predator PDL vs Old Town Sportsman Big Water PDL

Same Award Winning Boat - Different Name. Although there seems to be some confusion regarding these 2 high performance fishing machines make no mis...

Tog Fish Like the Pros with @bignosebassin

Blackfish (aka Tautog), are one of the most sought after game fish in New England waters.

Slow Pitching the Japanese Way with @thebrooklynfisherman

Designed and perfected by the Japanese, slow pitch jigging has redefined bottom fishing.

An Albie setup... for under $400?!?!

False albacore can be one of the most frustrating fish to target in the northeast. At the same time, they can be one of the most rewarding as well....