Long Island, N.Y. - When does cod fishing peak? Where can you catch cow stripers on June's full moon? What color bucktails fool doormat fluke? Are the trout stocked yet? You'll find answers to these questions and more while flipping through Long Island's Best Fishing 2014 Calendar, by Tom Schlichter.
Big and beautiful, this 9" x 12", high-quality glossy calendar is loaded with the first-hand fishing information anglers crave throughout the year - making it a great holiday gift for fishing friends and family. Better still, the 2014 edition features $30 of open boat and fishing station discount coupons for just $15.95.
Each month is introduced with a summary highlighting the top fishing possibilities across Long Island. Exciting local photos sharpen the focus while moon phases, a listing of "Best Bets" and "Tom's Tips" for success help readers zero in on dates, hot spots and techniques that are sure to bring success.
Based on nearly 50-years' experience, input from local experts, plus data mined while writing columns for both Newsday and The Fisherman, "Outdoor Tom" Schlichter has compiled a wealth of local knowledge. Flip through the pages and watch patterns develop from Brooklyn to Montauk and City Island to Orient Point. Detailed information covers all local saltwater and freshwater species, boat, surf and ice-fishing, plus bait, lures and flies. Specific targets include codfish, fluke, striped bass, blackfish, bluefish, weakfish, false albacore, winter flounder, porgies, sea bass, blowfish, blue crabs, trout, largemouth bass, pickerel, walleye, white perch and more.
Long Island's Best Fishing 2014 Calendar is available now in local tackle shops, select book stores, and in Dick's Sporting Goods stores. To order online, visit Tom's new outdoors website at www.outdoortom.com. Copies can also be ordered by mail at: Outdoor Tom Corporation, P.O. Box 462, Southold, NY 11971 (include $3.50 for tax, postage and handling.)