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  • How to Jig Up Hefty Snook from Southeast Florida Inlets Read More
  • Among the many species in the barracuda family (Sphyraenidae), the largest and most widespread is the great barracuda (Sphyraena barracuda) - which in the International Game Fish Association record book tops out with a tie between two all-tackle records: 84 pounds, 14 ounces, taken in 1991 from the Philippines, and 85 pounds taken at Christmas Island in 1992.Although no one knows how old such monsters are, a 40-pounder was aged at 18 years, according to Shaun Kadison, marine associate at the Florida Marine Research Institute¿' Marathon office in the Keys. Read More
  • The dog-tail tuna has no scales from the pelvic fin to the tail. Read More
  • Bigheaded carp get forced into saltwater enviroments after heavy rainfall. Read More
  • Q: I'm interested in the wreckfish pictured in a recent Sport Fishing article on deepwater fishing (November/ December 1997). What exactly is a wreckfish? Is it a type of cod, or is it a local name for a more unusual species? Are they found only in the Atlantic, or can we find them in the Pacific as well? - Tony Pauker, Santa Monica, CaliforniaA: The wreckfish (Polyprion americanus) is a temperate bass of the family Percichthyidae, along with relatives that include striped bass of the U.S. Atlantic coast and giant sea bass of the California-Baja coasts. Read More
  • Many game fish can exist in fresh and salt water. Read More
  • Blacktip sharks are often confused for spinners because they share the same defensive maneuvers. Read More
  • Blackfin tina reach only about three feet at full adulthood. Read More
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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
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