The 2oz and 3oz Epoxy Jigs are some of the more underrated lures fro striped bass, particularly those keyed in on Herring. Unlike with albies, Hogy Epoxy Jigs fed to stripers are fished a little slower. I personally Like to use these with 40lb braid and 40lb flouro leader.
Video: Drop-Shot Cod on Stellwagen Bank Here’s a great video from Hogy on drop-shotting for cod on Stellwagen Bank…
Video: Cape Cod Top Water Bluefin Tuna We filmed this video a few years ago with Captain Terry Nugent….
Video: Spring Topwater Stripers on Middle Ground We filmed this a couple of years ago during the squid run…
15 Minutes with Capt. Mike Hogan Tides I like either tide, as long as it’s running. A rising tide runs…
Capt. Mike Hogan and Sean Ruge of Riptide Charters headed off Provincetown, MA in mid-June to vertical jig and topwater cast for large striped bass to 40″ in length.
In this video, Capt. Mike Hogan explains how he likes to deploy and troll his SI Squid Bulb Spreader Bars in the productive bluefin tuna grounds south of Martha’s Vineyard.
The SI VMC 7266 Inline Bucktail Teaser Jig Hook is perfect hook for Epoxy Jigs, Sand Eel Jigs, Heavy Minnow Jigs and any other metal jigs. Learn how to rig this deadly inshore offering in this instructional video.
2015 was a fantastic year for Cape Cod anglers. Here are our 10 favorite videos.
On this memorable September morning, Captains Mike Hogan, Terry Nugent and Shaun Ruge tied into a solid pod of fish.
MV local Joe Rogers describes his most effective techniques for catching hungry striped bass at the south side inlets of Martha’s Vineyard.
The “Jiggin’ Troll” is one of the most effective techniques for catching stripers in the rips of Nantucket Sound. Learn how to perfect this approach from Capt. Mike Hogan.
In early August, bonito fill in around the usual haunts surrounding Nantucket and Martha’s Vineyard’s outer shoals. Here are a few tips on how to target them.
Here’s a list of techniques for this situation that I have put into my arsenal from over the years of fishing for these unpredictable speedsters from the Outer Banks to Cape Cod.
When it comes to albies, anglers travel far and wide chasing rumors, reports and secret tips. Sometimes they are easy to find. Others, not so much. In any event, here’s a guide to some of the haunts that have produced fish for me over the past 25 years that I have been chasing these funny fish.