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    A fly-fishing legend shares tips on gear and techniques that whip giant silver. Read More
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    Frustrating, absolutely frustrating. Stu Apte and I, standing on the bow of Richard Stanczyk's flats skiff, waved bye-bye to three large schools of bonefish pushing upwind and up-current behind us on the flat. Since the prospect of catching no bones at all loomed large this early June day at the western edge of Florida Bay near the Keys, Stanczyk - unable to make any headway poling back into the west wind with a dead-low tide - hopped out of the skiff and pushed it. Read More
  • Greenhouse effects might be to blaim for the rising number of birth defects in aquatic animals. Read More
  • Distinguishing the difference between big-eye and yellowfin tuna is almost brain surgery. Read More
  • Do you know the difference between a shortfin and a longfin mako? Read More
  • Q: There is a lot of fishing advice relating to water temperature and thermoclines, but what exactly is a thermocline and how does it affect game fish? - Rick Weisbaum, Tampa, FloridaA: Wind mixes the warm upper layer of the ocean -- down to depths of a few hundred feet, depending on the strength of the winds and currents -- so water temperature changes very little between the surface and deeper water. Logically, that warm upper layer of water is called the mixed layer. Read More
  • Learn how thermoclines effect a fish's activity. Read More
  • What is the biggest wahoo ever caught during a fishing tournament? Read More
  • Find out why baby sailfish were found in the stomach of a dolphin off the New Jersey coast. Read More
  • Learn some the basics of Baja's louvar. Read More
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