by Joe Cermele
I have very fond memories of herring fishing when I was little. My dad and I would head to this old wharf on the Delaware River, and launch 3 gold hooks strung on the line with a weight at the bottom for hours. This was long before Sabiki rigs were around, and it was simple, fun fishing.
We never kept any of the herring, but, man, was it a riot when the April run was thick and you'd hook triples on every cast.
by Joe Cermele Ah, the good old days when tackle was designed just to put food on the table! The photo of this Old Glory Fish Hook & Animal Trap was sent in by tackle collector Mike Frome. The way I see it, this sinister device woul... Read Post
By Joe Cermele I believe I've actually hooked the trout in the video below once or twice in one of North Jersey's more toxic rivers. I'm glad to see the fish has finally been plucked from those waters. Now when I fish there, maybe m... Read Post