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Posted on Feb 27, 2013 in Top Shots
Sport Fishing Mag
Earlier this month, I shared an Alabama TV-news video showing hundreds of dead, floating red snapper, the result of federal rules requiring removal of non-producing rigs and allowing that via explosives. Read More
Posted on Feb 18, 2013 in Top Shots
Sport Fishing Mag
Miami skipper's videocamera offers rare glimpse into the nocturnal rip-off artists' activities. Read More
Posted on Feb 11, 2013 in Top Shots
Sport Fishing Mag
If there’s such a thing as a zany ichthyologist, U Cal’s Dr. Milton Love would have to be top dog of that club. After all, he’s the author of the recent, very comprehensive (650-page) reference book, Certainly More Than You Want to Know About the Fishes of the Pacific Coast, A Postmodern Experience (in which he describes himself as a “moderately well-respected marine biologist”). Love is of course also Sport Fishing’s longtime Pacific Coast Fish Facts expert. Read More
Posted on Feb 8, 2013 in Top Shots
Sport Fishing Mag
“Abominable” — that’s the word a Gulf of Mexico Fishery Management Council Member uses to describe the video below. I couldn’t agree more, unfortunately.Under any circumstances, seeing hundreds of red snapper floating, dead, is disheartening. But I think it goes from “disheartening” to “travesty” when (a) the snapper were killed because of a federal-government mandate and (b) that same federal government has cut Gulf red snapper seasons to their shortest duration in history as part of stock-rebuilding efforts! Read More
Posted on Feb 7, 2013 in Top Shots
Sport Fishing Mag
This GoPro footage looks pretty cool but just wait, says Marc Montocchio, until the very same scene is seen with a whole new technology, this spring. Read More