While surfcasting in Rhode Island in the fall of ’88, George Schirmer of Moorestown, New Jersey, beached a 52-pound striper, his first fish in the 50-pound class. It was the best of a pile of bass taken by him and his three buddies in two nights. He later found out that same weekend that he had won a brand-new Mercedes in a raffle at home. George had bought the last ticket.Continue reading
A fisherman describes an outing to Lonelyville in which he teaches his six-year-old daughter ‘dirtball dockfishing,’ and the excitement eventually attracts three other youngsters. Learning how to fish should be a wild experience for children in which adults avoid doing everything for them.