We were lucky enough to try out a new Hobie Mirage Compass kayak in pursuit of false albacore on the south shore of Cape Cod. The weather was touch and go but the fish were feeding and to make things even more interesting, the water boiled with King mackerel. What a rush! Take a look … Continue reading Catching Cape Cod Albies from a Hobie Compass Kayak
Krista Simpson Anderson is on a mission and she could use your help. Krista’s family endured the ultimate sacrifice when her husband, Army SSG Michael H. Simpson of C Company, 4th BN, 1st Special Forces Group (Airborne), gave his life protecting our country. Serving in Operation Enduring Freedom, he was a young man, soldier and … Continue reading Krista Simpson & her Unquiet Professional
Bonito, bonita...click on the link below to learn all about them and the characters who know how to catch them. Thanks for listening!
Bright red canoes were unloaded for late summer drifts down The Wood as scratched, dented canoes were loaded with garbage from The Woonasquatucket River. They are dramatically different waterways, both in need of some repair, both gladly supported by volunteers. On Saturday, people came out in force to clean and improve both rivers while helping … Continue reading A Tale of Two Rivers In Two Very Different Towns
This week we begin our Fish Wrap Podcast, a first-ever venture into the world of on-the-go outdoors media. We are very appreciative of all our readers and now, we hope to add many listeners as well. Thanks very much for reading, "liking" and now, listening to the best fish reports, interviews, stories, updates, occasional sarcastic … Continue reading FISH WRAP’s First Ever Podcast
August has never been so bright, never so bright as when two young and happy fishermen hauled in a really big fish and then, after a few days of rest and homemade lunches, went back and caught another one. Five year old Gabriel Simpson and his seven year old brother Michael are stars in the … Continue reading The Brightest Faces Catch the Biggest Fish
Fish swim. When you’re fishing the same reefs the day after bait tye-dyed your color machine and stripers were all but inviting themselves aboard and now you can’t find a single one, you start reaching for answers. Not excuses, explanations. One day does make a difference; everything we think we know about fish can be … Continue reading Capt. Rene Letourneau & Dave Henault: Two Classics Who Really Know Their Fish
We hear from local guides who know how to find and land those favored fish of Fall.
At 5:00 a.m., kayaks were being unloaded in a dark dirt parking lot. Gulls stretched their wings and walked about in only the earliest hint of a calm new day. When all six boats were staged, six fishermen in an impossible array of colors and camo’s smiled for the day’s first picture. Paced by … Continue reading 6 men, 6 kayaks and a very big ocean. What fun!
We here at the Fish Wrap Writer are happy to announce that I'll be joining forces with oelmag.com. as the Fishing Editor for the new premier Outdoor Enthusiast Lifestyle magazine. Great articles, how-to's and photographs will emerge every day from the collective talent assembled to bring you all the information, gear and guidance you need to … Continue reading The Fish Wrap Writer joins forces with Outdoor Enthusiast Lifestyle magazine