The new video “Silver Lining” features some great tarpon footage, but more important, it addresses an issue that’s been on the minds of Key West guides and fishermen for quite some time: the ecological damage being wrought by the cruise ship industry.
First, he caught the fish. Then, it was approved by the IGFA as the new all-tackle world record yellowfin tuna. And now, you might call Guy Yocom fishing's ultimate “lucky one,” having been awarded a symbolic check worth $1 million from Mustad Hooks.
If you’re going to know anything about me, it’s this – I’m a sucker for classic black-and-white photos.So when Dave Adams, founder and chief executive of Tormenter Tackle, showed me this old shot of himself as a youngster, I knew I had to write about it here.
Northern Gulf Floatplane Trip Offers Excitement, Convenience, Beauty and Big Fish
An inside look into the world of the lead-head jig
As we speak, the IGFA is reviewing a new submission for a pending all-tackle, world-record barracuda — but it’s not the great barracuda (or the Pacific variety) you might be familiar with. Meet the Guinean barracuda, a ferocious species found along the Atlantic coast of West Africa.
John Patrick Hemingway revisits Bimini, an old stomping ground of his grandfather, Ernest.
Springtime sight-fishing produces some of the state's biggest fish
Now if this doesn’t turn your head, not much will. It seems as if a group of enterprising anglers in the Florida Panhandle have discovered that mako sharks aren’t just for those with big offshore boats. Matter of fact, makos -- good-sized ones, at that -- are being caught from piers and beaches in the area.
How five skippers pulled off major tourney wins