It looks like the species is back to stay
Bald eagles have returned to Long Island and have established nests at a number of spots on the East End.
Catch and release is a conservation practice in which after capture the fish is unhooked and released back into the water
Charles Anderle fished at the end of Gerard Drive in Springs this week.
Signs of advancing spring
Shads, like the Amelanchier Canadensis above, are in bloom now.
The Rapala was invented in 1936 by Lauri Rapala, a Finnish fisherman
The Yozuri Hydro Popper, one of the columnist’s favorite lures.
When Long Island was first settled, there were two species of junipers present
The oldest tackle shop in America is in New York City
Canyon Ross hooked his first striped bass of the season at Louse Point in Springs.
It’s worth giving these apps a close look
A Palomar knot is tied before being cinched tight to a hook eye.
Looking after injured and sick mammals, birds, turtles, frogs, and even snakes for 20 years
A swan rescue.
When the wedding he was set to attend in San Francisco was postponed, Tom McDonald of East Hampton booked a seat on a local charter boat out of Fisherman’s Wharf and caught three halibut between 36 and 38 inches long.