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  • Lookdowns are truly the epitome of the flat shape. But they're just the last step in the evolution of this design among the jacks. Read More
  • Here is a photo of a strange fish that a friend in Europe sent me. No one knows what kind of fish it is or where it was caught or if it was even caught in salt water. Read More
  • We found several of these strange crablike creatures hanging on our lines while tuna fishing in the canyons off Rhode Island. Read More
  • African pompano aren't really pompano at all. True pompano belong to the genus Trachinotus. Most seldom grow to more than a few pounds. Read More
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    How a top skipper ambushes big African pompano on Miami wrecks each winter. Read More
  • Why are some sharks good to eat (like the mako) and most others inedible? Read More
  • I photographed these creatures swimming around the lights on my dock. I have no idea what they are, but they look like they are from outer space. What are they? Read More
  • Carolina Hake
    I caught this fish in about 40 feet of water over some old army tanks off Murrells Inlet, South Carolina. They resemble some of the cod that we used to catch up north in the cold water, but I haven't found anyone who has seen them before. Read More
  • This 632-pound mako, taken aboard the charter boat Venture, is the largest caught out of Montauk in the past seven years. The large bite mark on her side measured 15 inches wide by 18 inches high. Three days later, a 460-pound male mako with the exact same jaw size was landed. Is it possible that these two were mates and engaged in "rough sex" before they were caught? Read More
  • While fishing off Fowey Lighthouse south of Miami, Florida, in about 800 feet of water, we caught this weird looking shark with a long tail. Read More
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