The story of the Essex was well known in the 19th century
It would be interesting to see a comparison of the economic value of the commercial whale fishery of the 1800s to the recreational fishing industry today.
Penta isn’t the only poison to have graced East Hampton’s plate over the last 75 years
Bonefishing in the Bahamas, just for starters
The brown trout Patti Ferrin held proudly, before she released it, weighed 17 pounds.
Her mother offhandedly mentioned that the von Trapp family lived just up the hill
It was a fortuitous coincidence when Kyle Paseka ran into Sam von Trapp, grandson of Baron Georg and Maria von Trapp at the Trapp Family Lodge in Stowe, Vt., on Monday.
Wild turkeys can take over a woods, and in doing so compete for food and territory with other groundnesters
One of the more intense winter passions is the otherworldly sport of ice fishing
Devon Grisham, below, and Kyle Fagerland, with his dog, Shelby, tried ice fishing on Fort Pond in Montauk on Sunday morning.
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It must be remembered that the South Fork’s easternmost hamlet remains a fishing village at heart
Montauk Harbor was frozen solid on Sunday, bringing commercial fishing to a brief standstill.
Each bird species has its own unique way of staying active
Two immature bald eagles approached a meal of carrion in a snow-covered Bridgehampton field.
These winter birds are well equipped to handle most winter days, but when the snow covers the ground for weeks on end, things can get desperate
A red-shouldered hawk, among Long Island’s rarest raptors, was spotted in Montauk this week.