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Posted on Nov 8, 2013 in Top Shots
Sport Fishing Mag
Until fairly recently, Glenn Hughes served as a VP/marine-group publisher at Bonnier Corporation. But many of his 20 years or so here were at the helm of Sport Fishing magazine, to which he provided wisdom and leadership during times good and bad. Read More
Posted on Nov 7, 2013 in Top Shots, Conservation, red snapper fishing
Sport Fishing Mag
An expert on red snapper management proposes a common-sense plan that ought to please all parties. Read More
Posted on Nov 6, 2013 in Top Shots, tarpon fishing
Sport Fishing Mag
In the satirical novel published in 1955, The Mouse That Roared, the tiny (fictional) European country, the Duchy of Grand Fenwick, makes headlines when it declares war on the United States. It seems to me that Puerto Rico is another “mouse that roared” in its recent and ongoing efforts to clean up its extensive urban estuaries. Read More
Posted on Sep 24, 2013 in Top Shots, bluefish fishing, Conservation, Fish Species
Sport Fishing Mag
The future for Atlantic bluefin tuna is looking somewhat brighter, thanks to new measures proposed by the National Marine Fisheries Service to better protect stocks of the vulnerable, icon apex predator. Read More
Posted on Sep 3, 2013 in Top Shots
Sport Fishing Mag
Big saltwater crocodiles are, to me, a lot like waterspouts and active volcanoes — I’m fascinated by them and love to see them — as long as I’m far enough away to not feel threatened. They are, much like my second wife, both dangerous and unpredictable. Read More
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