BEHIND THE SCENES
Jose DaPonte with Tautog Striped Bass Salad – courtesy of Jose DaPonte (Owner NorthCoast Boats | C&C Fiberglass Components) “We go catch the Striped Bass, however you like to. (Filet accordingly) Put in the pan with water- Boil for @15 minutes Take it out and put it in cold water for a little bit, […]
…This fly can be tied with many color combinations, and is easy to cast….
Know if a fish is in season, how many you can keep, how big they have to be, and more.
Striped Bass, Bluefish, False Albacore, and Bonito migrate throughout the fall displaying an aggressive “all you can eat” baitfish buffet feeding style. Shoving, barging, heave and repeat as the main course flees for their lives. Fat and satiated to a point of gagging each predator is preparing for a very long and dangerous journey South. […]
While waiting for lit up Bonito to break the surface near Price’s Neck there is usually a Striped Bass to be picked out of the wash. Wash is synonymous with white water and the occasional bout of sea sickness. Although unsettling, and sometimes sketchy, a second Angler fly fishing from the back of the boat […]
The water off Newport’s visibility for sight casting is excellent. Clean and fresh- with new baitfish and their crazed predators arriving on each tide. A large variety of salt water species enhance our world class angling experiences- all season long.
White swirls of deliciousness mixed with overtones of fresh spices and brown sugar tease the nose and peak any nearby Carnivores interest.
I can honestly say that this boat has performed admirably on patrol for the Coast Guard during most sea conditions that we were authorized to cover.
Check out On The Water Media’s hunt for trophy Striped Bass onboard NorthCoast Pro/Ambassador Capt. Brian Patterson’s NorthCoast 23CC with On The Water TV Host Chris Megan.
The New England coast has spectacular, sometimes forgiving, sand flats where Striped Bass ambush sand eels and other baitfish. But a real favorite are the very productive rocky shorelines surrounded by their protective boulder fields. Through the years anglers who spend enough money on bottom paint and propeller repairs come to know these waters “very” […]
An approaching storm was battering the coastline and the Fog was getting worse. Having returned to the shop from the morning guide trip, a Gentleman off a cruise ship was “all ears” as my first light client was sharing an adrenalized tale of great fish caught. He too wanted to experience flyfishing in the white water…
There is a peace and calm on the water found in the moments somewhere between the permanent smiles and laughter.
The islands separating Buzzards Bay and the Sakonnet River are very special. Full of structure, eel grass covered flats, and deep tide pools that spin bait to their demise.
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“Out on the open sound in rough conditions, the boat’s seakeeping ability and handling were impressive, responsive to the throttle and helm commands. The 22-degree deadrise hull worked its magic in the building chop, and it rode the big swells with ease. That and the deep freeboard provide a feeling of security.” – by Gary Caputi
We are proud to share this great excerpt from Saltwater Sportsman with a look into the popular 24CC. Check out this month’s issue of Saltwater Sportsman for a First Look at the 24CC.
NorthCoast 24CC reviews are pouring onto the desks of magazine subscribers everywhere. Check out the very cool “Float Plan / First Look” piece in Saltwater Sportsman Magazine, August/September 2017 Edition. Thank you Saltwater Sportsman we really appreciate the press! FLOAT PLAN / FIRST LOOK (click here)
The hull’s deep forefoot cleaves any chop while the shallow-V aft promotes easy planning and provides a stable platform while trolling, drifting or at rest.