Winter Fishing Forecast •Brown And Rainbow Trout • Cod, Pollock, Haddock And Jumbo Porgies.• Rons Recipes: Baked Cod And Potatoes
Posted by Bryan Reissig on
Brown and Rainbow trout put into these lakes and rivers, move around to seek shelter and find food. As the water gets colder they get more active to find their food and this is where the angler is going to want to dip a line.
If freshwater is not your thing, but love the cold. You should find your self on a local charter boat. Sailing almost every day these boats are targeting Big winter cod right now. Many of these boats seem to be hanging around local wrecks and producing Cod, Pollock, Haddock and jumbo Porgies. Medium heavy conventional tackle, is what you will be looking to use. Simple high low rigs tipped with fresh clam bellies always do the trick. If you are looking to increase your chances for a catch try putting a florescent jelly worm on your hook as well.
Posted by Ron's Reports on
Recipe: Seafood Gumbo
In a large pot stir together 1 cup of flour with 1 cup of canola oil. Use a wooden spoon when stirring so you dont damage the finish on the pot. Cook over a high heat stirring constantly for 5 minutes. Reduce heat to medium and cook for another 8-10 minutes while stirring. Add in 2 large chopped yellow onions, 3 stalks of chopped celery, 1 chopped large green pepper and 1 cup of chopped green onions. Cook and stir for another 5 minutes then add 4 cups of chicken broth, 8 cups of water, 4 cups of sliced ocra, 2 tablespoons of paprika, 2 teaspoons of oregeno, 2 tablespoons of salt and 1 teaspoon of pepper. Bring the entire mixture to a boil then reduce the heat to a simmer and cook for another 10 minutes while covered. Add in 1 lb. of cleaned peeled and deveined medium raw shrimp (no tails), 2 lbs of small bay scallops, 1 lb. of cooked andouille sausage cut into 1 inch pieces and 12 little neck clams (clean the shells before using). Add in 2 tablespoons of Cajun seasoning and simmer until the clams open. Serve over white rice with hot sauce (optional).
When preparing this recipe its a good idea to pre-cut all of the onions, peppers, and celery. Have the shrimp and clams cleaned, the sausage cut up and all of the other ingredients out and ready to go. The rice can be cooked in a seperate pot when you have added the seafood to the gumbo and are waiting for the clams to open..............More
New York Saltwater FISHING REGISTRATION...It's FREE and it's the law..Sign up NOW!!! Freshwater Licenses Also Available
Posted by Pablo Salinas on
New York Saltwater FISHING REGISTRATION. . . (631) 654-2311
All anglers 16yrs and older are required to register for saltwater fishing or purchase a license for freshwater fishing in New York State.
You need to register before saltwater fishing. It's easy and it's FREE for NYS residents and all visitors. To fish our local lakes and ponds, a Freshwater License is required. Basically, a NYS resident Freshwater License is available to purchase for a days fishing ($5.00), a week ($12.00), or a season (one year from date of purchase for $25.00.-Senior [70 or older] $5.00. ) Additional discounts are available for active military, disabled vets and more...... Non-Resident Freshwater Fishing Licenses are also available for a fee from $10.00-$50.00.
Posted by Pablo Salinas on
If you haven’t tried fly fishing before then this winter take advantage of the slower saltwater season and try a unique and fun fishing experience at a 3000 acre park on Long Island.,
Stop down at J & J Sports and we'll issue you a licenses or marine registry. To purchase a license or register online- click HERE. There's nothing worse than getting a ticket just because you went fishing. Have a smart phone? Here's an idea:
It's a good idea to "snap a shot" of your license so it's always with you in case of loss or its destroyed.
Posted by John Mantione on