In an effort to protect one of the last large classes of fish now reaching breeding age, the Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission dropped the...
Nearly 100 children ages 3 to 14 and their families rose before the sun to participate in the tournament, now in its 49th year.
Forty-nine years ago Cooper Gilkes and friends organized the first Kids Trout Tournament.
It has been a bountiful season for the Vineyard’s bay scallop fishery, but scallopers struggled to capitalize due to an atrophied market.
It may be January but it's never to early to bone up on your classic Lefty's Deceiver, the cinder worm, or the surf candy epoxy minnow.
Local researchers are keeping a close watch on a parasite that has infected and decimated New York's bay scallop population.
On a blustery November day, in choppy waters somewhere off the western shore of the Island, Capt. Otto Osmers winched in his first conch pot of the...
False albacore, bonito and bluefish all had their turn in the spotlight this year at the 77th annual Martha's Vineyard Striped Bass and Bluefish...
Phil Horton is a shore guy, a surf caster who has been fishing the Derby for 35 years.
The false albacore have had a banner year so far at the 77th Martha's Vineyard Striped Bass and Bluefish Derby.
The Martha's Vineyard Surfcasters Association is bringing back its annual tackle sale for the sixth consecutive year this Saturday.
On Tuesday, Jeff and Tony Canha of Husselton Head Oysters sold their first crop at The Net Result in Vineyard Haven.