Mullet - The Mystery Baitfish of Fall by Dave Anderson I remember the first time I ever saw mullet. It was late-September, and I was walking down Second Beach in Newport looking for these mystery baitfish that everyone was talking about. I spent a large part...

[caption id="attachment_2319" align="aligncenter" width="598"] Photo Courtesy of Captain Ryan Gluek[/caption] The incessant winds have been the biggest challenge these past couple weeks. While we have avoided major storms the wind seems to have been +15 most days. Those who get out find that school stripers and...

[caption id="attachment_2015" align="aligncenter" width="308"] Americas Cup in Newport[/caption] Here in Newport there is a lot of talk about the historic comeback of the Oracle Team USA in the Americas Cup this past week. In short, they were down as much as 8-1 and a blowout appeared...

Saltwater Edge September Surfcasting Forecast The first cool breezes of September generally signal the transition to better action for local surfcasters.   Resident striped bass and bluefish start to feed more actively on the abundant baitfish which can include silversides, bay anchovies, peanut bunker, mackerel,  snapper bluefish,...

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