Over many millenniums new species beget newer species
“when the wind is from the west the fishin’s best. When it’s from the east fishin’ least,”
Preparing for a trip Tuesday morning, Rob Aaronson, captain of the charter boat Oh Brother, talked fish and gave a tour of his tattoo that depicts his boat, his daughter, the Montauk Lighthouse, and of course, the sea.
The struggling turtle had been spotted by a boater aboard the Madeline, from Quonset, R.I.
I have yet to count a single turtle roadkill in 2013
Eastern box turtles seem to be a rarer sight on the South Fork in recent years. Here, one was photographed laying eggs.
Wayne knew where the clams were and why. He knew where the bass were and why
Ernie Baltz, visiting from Canada, went fishing with Ken Rafferty, a light-tackle and fly-fishing guide, on June 26 and caught this 20-pound striper near Little Gull Island on his first cast.
There are more than 2,000 sedge species worldwide, all in the genus Carex
The South Fork may have more species of sedge than any other part of Long Island or the state, including the Carex intumescens, or greater bladder sedge.
It is not unusual for the hardcore to cast for five, six, even eight hours at a stretch
Inspired by the work of Mike Coppola and John Bruno, Bill Jakob fished through the night on Saturday and came up with this 48.7-pound striper to top the leader board in the Montauk SurfMasters spring tournament.
A favorite view is a very personal thing
A snapping turtle laid her eggs in a safe spot at East Hampton’s Nature Trail last week.
It will be interesting to see if the no-kill Shark’s Eye tournament will generate excitement enough to replace the big-money, cirque du sang
Lawrence Byrne and family caught this 369-pound mako during the Star Island Yacht Club tournament, the biggest catch of the day, but their boat, Pilar, reached the inlet 15 minutes too late to make them winners on Saturday afternoon.
Star Island Yacht Club
Bird song is older than human song and in many respects is as tuneful and melodic as human song