Don’t just blame the deer, as people are wont to do
Wood, or dog, ticks, like this one seen through a four-power microscope, may be decreasing in number ever so slightly. Other tick species appear on the rise.
David E. Rattray
A passion for swimming
Lynn Sherr in Turkey
The weather hasn’t been all that propitious
He found plenty of stripers in Little Peconic Bay around Jessup’s Neck, and then bluefish galore at Cedar Point
Mike Tuscano of Amagansett hefted a fat striped bass he caught while light-tackling with Capt. Ken Rafferty near Big Gull Island a week ago.
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We on coastal Long Island are living on borrowed time
The Lazy Bones party boat has been hot with left-handed flounder with fish up to nine pounds
Kathy Vegessi strained her biceps to hold up the 8.5-pound fluke she caught during a busman’s holiday aboard the Lazy Bones party boat on Sunday. Her husband, the Bones’s captain, Mike Vegessi, has been finding the big ones.
When the fabulist Aesop matched the turtle against the hare in a race two millenniums ago, he must have known something about turtles.
Blowfish are swarming local waters this season
Edward L. Shugrue III went fly-fishing in Three Mile Harbor on Saturday and was rewarded with this plump striped bass.
The unseasonal coolness of May has slowed the advance of spring
White-faced Ibis, Scoy Pond, East Hampton