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May 09, 2011

Doug Olander

Sport Fishing Mag
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.
Sport Fishing Mag
Keeping either species of hammerhead shark taken by any means is now illegal in the waters off New South Wales, Australia.
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Sport Fishing Mag
Bluefin tuna migrating from Japan are turning up off California with radioactive flesh.
Sport Fishing Mag
Easy instructions for building a great line spooler yourself
Sport Fishing Mag
A rash of recent attacks on anglers by dolphin (porpoise) in Louisiana offers a good reminder that these are wild animals with sharp teeth.
Sport Fishing Mag
Two British anglers tagged and released an estimated 550-pound porbeagle, knowing it could be a new all-tackle world-record catch.
Two British anglers tagged and released an estimated 550-pound porbeagle, knowing it could be a new all-tackle world-record catch.
Sport Fishing Mag
Well, okay, I confess: That headline is a wee bit on the sensational side. But for an awful, harrowing moment, this past weekend, that headline flashed through my mind.Best I start from beginning. As first light began to spread across the Banana River no-motor zone, north of Port Canaveral, Florida, I launched my kayak, ready for the five-mile pedal to where I planned to fish.
Sport Fishing Mag
Let states manage stocks of red snapper and other non-migratory fish off their shores.That’s the basic message in an op-ed piece by Dr. Bob Shipp, chairman of the Dept. of Marine Sciences at the University of South Alabama and a 16-year member of the Gulf of Mexico Fishery Management Council. (Shipp is also a long-time Fish Facts expert for Sport Fishing magazine.)
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