A coalition of leading organizations in the recreational-fishing community has asked the U.S. Department of the Interior for a moratorium on its ongoing actions that are removing nonproducing oil rigs from the Gulf of Mexico.
A sweeping package of 19 pro-fishing and hunting bills has been introduced in the U.S. Senate in the Sportsmen's Act of 2012.
Two watermen have made the crossing from Bimini to Florida on stand-up paddleboards, the first-ever such Gulf Stream crossing, to raise awareness for the problem of plastics in the ocean.
Earlier this month, one of the most sweeping packages of legislation for sportsmen in this country was introduced into the U.S. Senate. The Sportsmen’s Act of 2012 includes 19 separate bills, several of great importance to saltwater anglers.
A shocking video captured a mate (who has since been fired) going berserk over a lost fish.
A network of marine reserves surrounding the continent will limit fishing in an area roughly the size of India.
A total of 19 studies dating back to 2000 show conclusively that, based on economics, the Gulf of Mexico Fishery Management Council should allocate a greater share of red snapper and grouper to recreational fishermen, says a marine-conservation group.
Influential voices in Washington D.C. continue to weigh in on the issue of imminent removal of hundreds of decommissioned oil rigs from the Gulf of Mexico, per a Department of the Interior ruling.
A House bill just passed would make it easier for officials to kill problem sea lions that are feasting on salmon concentrated in small areas prior to spawning.
Pictures from a recent trip to Crocodile Bay Resort in Costa Rica.