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August 13th, 2014 by Aaron

Coastal Angler Magazine August Editorial by Capt. Scott Social Media today makes the research pretty easy when looking for a boat that will give you an enjoyable day out on the water. It does however take a little bit of research when deciding on a charter boat. Here are a few pointers to help you […]

July 9th, 2014 by Aaron

Coastal Angler Magazine July Editorial by Capt. Scott In coming months the canyon edges at night will begin to look like a lighted city. This is the time when our favorite method for tuna fishing kicks in. This method of course is chunking. It has always been this way here in the Northeast canyons that […]

May 22nd, 2014 by Scott

Living organisms may produce light via bioluminescence, fluorescence, and phosphorescence. Article and image provided by NOAA. While deep areas of the ocean are almost completely dark, light still plays an important role in these environments. The ability of an organism to create its own light could put it at a competitive advantage in situations such […]


May 19th, 2014 by Aaron

Coastal Angler Magazine May Editorial by Capt. Scott As I sit here pondering the next story for the great people at Coastal Angler Magazine and our readers, I have elected to stay with the same fun format that varies from the traditional informative articles. Telling stories with the informative information embedded within. May is a […]

May 13th, 2014 by Scott

Coastal cowboys wrangle through Oregon Inlet By Lee Tolliver The Virginian-Pilot © May 11, 2014 Brynner Parks let out a deep sigh of relief as he peeled his fingers off the helm. He throttled down the diesel engines on his sportfishing boat and contemplated the best way to describe another day of fishing out of […]