A July outing for big apple bass reveals some tricks of a veteran’s trade
In a show of bipartisan concern for the health of the Gulf of Mexico, 20 members of the U.S. House of Representatives this week signed a letter from the Congressional Sportsmen’s Caucus calling on the Department of Interior (DOI) to declare a moratorium on its “idle iron” policy, currently in the process of removing hundreds of coral-covered, decommissioned oil rigs from the Gulf.
Scientists have tracked a large tiger shark from the Bahamas to the waters off Long Island, New York, and are following two others on very different paths.
Photos from a trip to Vancouver Island
We all know what a dead grander marlin looks like, a few of us from having seen one hanging upside down from a gantry or scale, an end most degrading for one of the world’s greatest and most magnificent predators. Many more of us have seen “dead hangers” on the internet or in magazines (though not Sport Fishing) for many, many years.
Black Fish activists promise a campaign of harassing illegal fishermen on the Mediterranean
A set of wicked teeth and huge, glowing green eyes gave a group of anglers pause when they cranked up an oilfish from the depths of the Mississippi Canyon.
Catching an 83-pound Chinook salmon is news anytime, anywhere. I’d say that catching and releasing one that size makes it all the more remarkable.
Texas broadbill hotshots proved that huge swordfish are waiting to be hooked during the day in the Pacific depths off Southern California.