Posts tagged ‘fishermen’
U.S. Sen. Charles Schumer (D-NY) asked the U.S. Department of Commerce and the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) on Monday to set up a free, permanent registration process for Long Island’s saltwater anglers so they only have to register once in their lifetime. (more…)
MIKE VEGESSI, the captain of the fishing boat Lazy Bones, still remembers the newlyweds who came aboard his vessel in 1991 and spent the time with their arms wrapped around each other. Then a fish struck their line. The rod bent so much that Mr. Vegessi thought the man had hooked a shark or a manta ray. (more…)
The chorus of voices calling for a wind farm at Fresh Kills grew louder yesterday, (more…)
New Jersey anglers who drift across Raritan Bay into New York waters will have more to worry about in 2009 than remembering that state’s summer flounder regulations.
Gov. Paterson’s proposed budget includes a $40 saltwater fishing license for non-residents. (more…)
Starting around the age of 9,Ken Swaine was initiated into the art and amateur science of digging for sand worms. Among the first aspects of this fundamental preparation for fishing, a lesson imparted by his father, was that sand worms are to be gleaned when the salty waters of an ocean tide are receding. (more…)
It’s September and for some anglers, the long-awaited fall fishing season is about to explode. (more…)
IT was a normal day for the Manhattan Cup – good fishing, a great party and terrible weather.
It was a steady, cold rain and with northeast winds, the conditions were not comfortable to say the least, but this is one of those great tourneys that even Mother Nature can not dampen. (more…)
MOST fishermen chase big fish, but Larry Seaman, a bait fisherman, hunts finger-size ones to sell to bait shops to sell to fishermen chasing big fish. (more…)