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  • Growing Goliaths
    I read somewhere recently that protected goliath grouper are making a comeback in Florida waters, but that even fish weighing more than 70 pounds are still juveniles. I know these grouper get very large, but is that possible? At what size do goliaths mature sexually? How big do they actually get - and how fast do they grow? Read More
  • When in China up the Yangtze, I bought a fish for dinner that looked almost exactly like a spotted seatrout (speckled trout) from the Texas coast... Read More
  • The remarkable life of the perfect pelagic - the dolphin. Read More
  • Redfish8_SFoct03_03.jpg
    Circle hooks and redfish match perfectly. The bronze battlers engulf their prey, and their strong jaws serve as a perfect anchorpoint for hooks. Read More
  • Captain Spud Woodward Hunts Rumbling Georgia Bulls in the Rough-and-Tumble Surf Zone. Read More
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    Appropriate regulations are critical to the success of the species Read More
  • sinister2_1
    Anglers who wade-fish shallow waters are most at risk from creatures that float or swim past or that lie buried in sand or hidden on rocks. The sting of some may do no more than smart a bit; others can kill within minutes. But even fishing in a boat doesn't necessarily protect sport fishers from getting zapped now and then. Read More
  • sinister_1
    Every sport has its unique risks, and saltwater fishing is no exception. As much as the odds weigh against you or me getting seriously injured by something that lives in the sea, you'd better believe it's possible. Read More
  • You can predict ocean waves by applying standard weather information to a formula. Read More
  • Q: While live-bait fishing off Miami Beach, Florida, we caught this 7 1/2-foot, 76-pound billfish that looks like a cross between a white marlin and an Atlantic sailfish. The second half of the dorsal fin was grown out part of the way like a sailfish, but the leading part of the dorsal looked similar to that of a white marlin. Could this be a result of a previous catch and release (although there were no other signs of trauma) or just a deformed fin? - Capt. Read More
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