To apply the Japanese method of iki jime, anglers must know the precise location of a fish’s brain.
In the satirical novel published in 1955, The Mouse That Roared, the tiny (fictional) European country, the Duchy of Grand Fenwick, makes headlines when it declares war on the United States. It seems to me that Puerto Rico is another “mouse that roared” in its recent and ongoing efforts to clean up its extensive urban estuaries.
Grouper on a fly or lure in 5 feet of water? Try this overlooked and exciting fall fishery!
An expert on red snapper management proposes a common-sense plan that ought to please all parties.
Fishing out of Prince Edward Island for his 70th birthday, Mike Davis just missed no. 4 when a 10/0 hook snapped
The Punta Abreojos area of BCS proves to have plenty of suprises for a group of anglers from Shimano and Sport Fishing.
A look at some of the very best places around the world to tangle with trophy tuna.
The Traveling Angler Intelligence Report for November/December offers a look at six great spots: Kiritimati (Pacific bonefish), Panama (easier in-country travel), Kenya (sailfish up!), Bimini (wahoo packages), Colombia (unexplored coast) and Australia (the wild Torres Strait south of New Guinea).
If a bad law isn't changed, higher levels of ethanol loom in our future, and that's bad news indeed for our outboard engines.
Australians for years have used drop weights or made their own as a quick, sure, non-invasive alternative to venting.