Whether you call 'em pogies, bunker or by the proper name, menhaden, the oily little critters are among the most important fish off our Atlantic and Gulf coasts.
A kamikaze albacore wouldn't take no for an answer off an Australian beach
Millions of pounds of halibut are thrown back into the sea each year by trawlers after other species.
Paddle ’n’ pole kayaks into acres of pristine shallows
Yeah, maybe it was set up but watching the power of a huge white shark munching a hapless blue is a pretty awesome visual!
Capt. Jose Campos is 80 years old and still going strong, intent on adding to a long and noteworthy career by catching his 315th billfish this year.
Recommendations from the latest FishSmart workshop on how best to release deepwater fish echo those reached by previous workshops.
Watch yellowfin tuna crashing bait in an insane feeding frenzy off Panama as anglers throw poppers into the melee!
Sad times for enthusiasts of long-range fishing out of San Diego. One of the grand dammes of the fabulous, unique long-range boats in the 100-foot-and-up range, the Qualifer 105 seems to have come unexpectedly to the end of its road — or waterway.Apparently problems discovered in drydock earlier this month make it economically infeasible for skipper/owner John Klein to make repairs necessary to the aging sport-fishing boat.
It doesn’t get much crazier than this. An angler standing atop coral on the Great Barrier Reef in water literally ankle deep fights a giant trevally and suddenly finds a huge bull shark virtually snapping at his feet. Watch how nonchalant he is about those snapping jaws. Keep in mind this is in inches of water. Memo to self: No wade-fishing on the Great Barrier Reef.