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Posted on Jan 12, 2012 in Top Shots
To paraphrase the old saying, you're not the only fisherman in the sea. In fact, this is about fishermen who are very much in (vs. on) the sea. Check out this video - a very cool few minutes of footage that shows some other fishermen at work. I don't think they're real big on catch-and-release, though, nor respecting daily limits. That said, I'm sure they won't kill more than they can eat and never sell their catch. This was shot along South Carolina's Kiawah Island by Capt. Chad Hayes — www.kiawahchartercompany.com  Read More
Posted on Dec 16, 2011 in Top Shots
There is that old saw that suggests when opposing sides of an issue are both unhappy with a proposal, it must have merit.That came to mind when I read the recent blog by Jeff Angers, president of the Center for Coastal Conservation Association (CCC) called "Taking Flak."    Read More
Posted on Dec 5, 2011 in Top Shots
"Wrong on [so] many levels" - That was one of the comments (among many that I dare not repeat in this blog space) on the YouTube video that was forwarded to me by Ken Hinman, president of the National Coalition for Marine Conservation.  Read More
Posted on Nov 28, 2011 in Top Shots
Sport Fishing Mag
Two heads are, they say, better'n one.What about two bills?    That's sailfish bills, versus dollar bills since clearly two of those are clearly twice as good as one.    Capt. Nick Stanczyk at Bud 'N Mary's Fishing Marina in Islamorada sent these images of a sailfish that a charter group on his boat released just a week or two back. He expressed wonder as in "I've never seen anything like it before" and wonder as in "I wonder how common or uncommon it is."    Read More
Posted on Nov 14, 2011 in Top Shots, Shark Week 2012
Sport Fishing Mag
Chris Holmes loves the excitement of wade fishing. And he’ll never do it again. Holmes is the executive director of the Louisiana Outdoor Writers Association and a member of the Hobie Kayak Fishing Team. Read More
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