“Anglers Won’t Forget That Our Federal Government Has This Day Treated Us With Contempt”
Tens of Thousands of Drifting Fads Equipped with Satellite Transmitters and Directional Beacons Could Spell Trouble on the High Seas
Millions of Australian Anglers Ask Government Why They’re Locked Out of More Than a Half-Million Square Miles of Fishing Grounds
Official Weigh-In Shows First-Time Long-Range Angler Landed a 445-Pound Yellowfin Tuna
A Taste of the Excitement Offered by Puerto Rico’s Urban Wilderness Lagoons Through the Lens of a GoPro
Those of us who venture onto the ocean as anglers generally share a common appreciation for the mystery and power of the place. In part, I think it’s the unpredictable essence that attracts us; unlike in our daily lives, one never knows what to expect when we venture forth.
With all the 400-plus-pound yellowfin tuna in the news these days, a mere 114 ½-pounder doesn’t rank as spectacular in size. But of course everything is relative.If you’ve paddled out to deep blue depths in a 13 ½-foot piece of plastic, and from that platform hooked and — for more than three hours — fought that 114 ½-pounder, with a big tiger shark hot on its caudal fin, that makes the catch seem a bit more spectacular.
Will Interior Secretary Ken Salazar Finally Step Up to the Plate and Respond to Public Concerns About his “Idle Iron” Oil Rig Policy?
A Team in the 2010 Big Rock That Thought It Had Won the Event with an 883-Pound Blue Marlin Was Disqualified for a Rules Violation. Their Suit to Reclaim the Near-Million-Dollar Prize Has Gone to the State Supreme Court.
I admit it pains me to say Morgan Promnitz is a fish-catching machine. First, that’s become a major cliché — but it works. And second, I’m just jealous.