There are more choices than ever when it comes to see-through helm enclosures for your boat
Spring-time action accelerates on the deep rocks off Southern California
If electrolysis is an issue in your marina, there are steps you can take to minimize damage
Rampaging yellowtail off San Diego mark the beginning of Southern California’s pelagic season
According to a news report I received from Gary Graham, representative-at-large in Baja California, Mexico, for the International Game Fish Association, the Mexican Congress has been conducting forums throughout Mexico and Baja for the past two years, seeking input from the sport-fishing and commercial industry on the feasibility of removing dorado (aka mahimahi) from the list of species “reserved exclusively for sport fishing.”
Videos of leaping thresher sharks are rare, but this underwater video shows a free-jumping thresher shark from below the surface. I always wondered how a thresher shark uses its long tail to accelerate and rocket to the surface and pull off its spectacular jumps. Now I know.
A survey launched by the Southern California-based Sportfishing Conservancy seeks the views of local saltwater anglers on the subject of conservation when it comes to kelp (calico) bass, barred sand bass and spotted sand bass.
According to a report on the Australian saltwater boating and angling website, bluewatermag.com.au, the shortfin mako shark is the most common species of shark tagged by anglers in the South Pacific. “But one unknown has always been the level of post-release survival of sharks tagged and released by recreational anglers,” the report states.
We just might see the end of ethanol-laced gasoline — the bane of boaters today — thanks to a new study by Evinrude’s parent company, Bombardier Recreational Products (BRP).
White seabass fishing erupts off southern California