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  • I always hear fishing guides in my hometown talking about thread herring and pilchards, and then read about fishermen on the west coast of Florida talking about whitebait and greenies. Are they all the same species of baitfish, or are they different? I am confused. Read More
  • 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
  • Mystery Mackeral
    I own a charter-fishing business on Prince of Wales Island in southeast Alaska. One of my clients caught this fish in 240 feet of water while halibut fishing in the open Pacific, west of Baker Island. No one locally could identify it. Read More
  • I was going through some old photos of fish I caught around Norfolk Naval Station while serving in the Marine Corps, and I found this shot of a ray I caught and released from a pier near Virginia Beach several years ago. Can you help with the classification? Read More
  • The remarkable life of the perfect pelagic - the dolphin. 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
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    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
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    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
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