On the tides pages there are calendars covering each month graphically and also by the standard text based tide chart by hitting the “Text View” tab at the top. You can view the tide chart data on the calendar view for a particular day just by hovering your mouse over that day. Use the map links next to your State for easier navigation to the tide stations you’re looking for. US Tides: Alabama: (LIST) (MAP) Alaska: (LIST) (MAP) California: (LIST) (MAP) Connecticut: (LIST) (MAP) Delaware: (LIST) (MAP) Florida: (LIST) (MAP) Georgia: (LIST) (MAP) Hawaii: (LIST) (MAP) Lousiana: (LIST) (MAP) Maine: [More]
Originally Published on Oct 2, 2015 Romo and I drove all night Thurs to catch a 6am ferry Friday morning. Fished and slept in the car and returned Sunday. Awesome few days of fishing, however, very sleepy and delirious most of the time. Cape Pogue gut on Chappaquiddick, Martha’s Vineyard.
Originally Published on Sep 21, 2016 We head over to Martha’s Vineyard to surf fish for False Albacore.
Originally Published on Nov 1, 2016 Surf fishing for false albacore and striped bass. Tins and bucktails are used to catch albies and stripers while surfcasting.
Originally Published on Feb 16, 2017 On this episode of 30milesOut… Ty & Theresa head to Ft. Pickens State Park, Pensacola, FL Their buddy Justin let them know that the bulls were running the beach so they grabbed some rods and headed out for some surf fishing!
Originally Published on Jun 30, 2016 The surf was the flattest and the most clear I had ever seen it. The trout were schooling going back and forth all through the guts eating bait and swiping at pretty much anything that swam in front of them including our lures. The topwater blow ups were the most veracious I’d ever seen with trout. They were literally flying out of the water trying to grab out baits and sometimes missing it 2 or 3 times before finally getting it. The thing was it was hard to hook up on topwater because they [More]
Originally Published on Dec 1, 2016 Sorry for the wait uploading this video but my laptop had a problem but all fixed now. Anyway I went down to the Jersey shore 11/24 looking for a repeat from a couple days ago and at first it was challenging to find some fish. Lots of water to cover in Jersey and the fish can show up anywhere. But with the help of some friends EliasVFishing and Seamoney fishing I headed in the right directing and got into some good action.
Originally Published on Sep 30, 2016 PART 2/2: On this episode we are headed into Montauk, New York to find out why it is called the “Surf Fishing Capital” and to hopefully hook up on some legendary fish. Our goal is to find and locate the giant fish that migrate through the area. However there is a challenge. We have never done anything like this before! Will we be able to find a legendary fish at Montauk, NY? Well you’ll just have to watch and find out! Get ready for some seriously EPIC fishing adventures. WATCH PART 1 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-d1mR… The [More]
Originally Published on Sep 23, 2016 PART 1/2: On this episode we are headed into Montauk, New York to find out why it is called the “Surf Fishing Capital” and to hopefully hook up on some legendary fish. Our goal is to find and locate the giant fish that migrate through the area. However there is a challenge. We have never done anything like this before! Will we be able to find a legendary fish at Montauk, NY? Well you’ll just have to watch and find out! Get ready for some seriously EPIC fishing adventures. WATCH PART 2 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=URUUP… The [More]
Originally Published on Sep 29, 2016 This was the afternoon from the morning I Albie fished, I was actually on my way home at noon and realized I was walking away from something good so I turned around, put my waders back on, and went for a longgg walk down a deserted NJ beach. I was hoping to catch Albies again but knew there’d be some bass potential so after seeing there were no Albies I threw the popper. What I was not expecting to happen happened, the bass were piled up into the end of a trough tight to [More]
Originally Published on Aug 14, 2016 0:00 catching bait 1:36–6:31 fighting a 7lb papio Song: Irie Vibe Went to Sand Island early in the morning to catch some Halalu for bait, and after catching about 2 dozen for live bait, me and my uncle headed to the North Shore to throw them out and caught a nice 7lb Omilu papio. Official fight was 13 min long with a three way swivel setup, a 20lb mono leader, and a long lead line. Hope you enjoyed watching and aloha…….
Originally Published on May 21, 2016 Sandy Hook NJ 5-16-16. Surf fishing. Topwater. Double on one plug.
Originally Published on May 12, 2016 Decided to hit up Staten Island, I usually don’t like to head out over there because its far and also because of the crazy $16 toll!!! I put that all aside and went for it and it really paid off!!! Had action all day. hope you guys enjoy Please like, comment and subscribe Brooklyn Fishing Club Link: http://www.brooklynfishingclub.com/