Winds, at times exceeding gale force velocities, shut down fishing on Tuesday. Once the wind settles, we likely will be dealing with extraordinary low tide levels until a wind shift to the south or east takes place.
Frank Ritche sent a note asking a question that often comes from readers. Ritche said he knows popping corks are one of the most popular and productive ways of fishing for trout and reds; however, he has used them many times and has only caught a hard head and gafftop. “Can you give some tips on how to use them?” he asked.