Whether you call it an Australian braid or an ADD Knot, like Capt. Jeff Wilson does, this knot makes a great double-line connection.
The debate regarding shark conservation is about to ratchet up into high gear with NMFS's recent proposal to drastically increase the minimum-size limit for all species from 4½ feet to 8 feet in length in the Atlantic, Gulf and Caribbean.
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As we reported in August, some of Florida’s most popular recreational fish might soon be receiving new levels of protection from the state – including the possibility of a new catch-and-release-only designation that would strictly prohibit harvest of any kind.
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The IGFA announced last night that Guy Yocom’s 427-pound yellowfin tuna caught last September south of Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, was approved as the new all-tackle record for the species. Now, the question becomes: Will Yocom also win $1 million?
While it was just determined by a University of Wisconsin professor that fish do not feel pain, a new study from across the pond claims that crustaceans do – well, kind-of, sort-of, anyway.
Capt. Brad Philipps, generally regarded as one of the best billfish captains on the planet, added to his legacy in late December, tallying incredible numbers of billfish releases aboard his 40-foot Gamefisherman, Decisive.
Foul-Weather Gear Can Bring Comfort to a Cold, Nasty Day