This may be one of the coolest videos I’ve come across in a while. It was posted in 2009 by a newlywed couple from their honeymoon at the Kureda Island Resort in The Maldives (which recently announced it had created the world’s single-largest marine reserve).
I just received an e-mail from Capt. Justin Wilson out of Virginia Beach. Apparently, the outstanding billfishing of the past few seasons in that part of the country is not letting up. It’s on fire right now! And Justin's boat just landed a pending state-record swordfish, a 446-pound whopper.
Fishing for striped bass and bluefish with Fin-Nor and Van Staal in Plymouth Harbor, Massachusetts.
Jigging rods pack plenty of a punch in a short package
The story of multiple enormous yellowfin tuna taken off the Mexican coast this year took yet another turn Tuesday, Sept. 18 – and this time, it might be worth a million dollars.
Light-tackle jigging for bluefin tuna off Cape Cod, Massachusetts
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Nearshore and inshore action during the Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership's second annual Saltwater Media Summit
Among the many topics covered two weeks ago at the Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership’s second-annual Saltwater Media Summit in Sarasota, Florida, one particular item got in my craw and stayed there for a few days.
We caught up with Capt. Brad Philipps recently. If you don’t know who Brad is, you should. He’s caught and released more billfish over the past decade than anyone on the planet. Brad’s released an astounding 23,000 billfish during the last 11 years in Guatemala, averaging roughly 15 billfish releases per trip.