A look back at some of the year's most popular galleries, features and posts
Updated: December 16, 2011
The French islands of New Caledonia, almost 1,000 miles of the eastern coast of Australia, offer some remarkable fishing for species both exotic and familiar. We took you there in April with an exclusive gallery from Le Poisson Banane, a local charter operator.
New Boat List
What better way to ring in 2011 than with a list of the year’s hottest new boats? Our annual Fishing-Boat Preview clues you in on the latest models to put on your wish list. And don’t miss the 2012 edition, coming mid-January…
Every month we receive dozens of great entries to our Sport Fishing Photo Contest, with the winner scoring a new pair of Costa sunglasses and the honor of seeing their photo in Sport Fishing magazine. Browse all of our winners (plus some favorite staff picks) here.
In February, author Jerry McBride took us on a tour of the Indian River Lagoon near Stuart, Florida, to target some of the area’s most popular inshore species.
If you’re looking to juice up your jig-fishing game, there’s no better place to start than our guide of 24 Great Metal Jigs.
With a fan base of 37,000 and growing, Sport Fishing’s Facebook page is the place to be, and our fans always look forward to Top Tip Tuesday, when we feature a new reader tip from the vault.
Our readers are always sending us questions about rare, exotic and bizarre fish for our Fish Facts magazine column. We’ve collected some recent favorites online and invite you to sample the fascinating diversity on display.
Boat Torture Test
This summer, we watched as a new SeaHunter center console was dropped and cut in half, yet still proved suprisingly seaworthy. If you haven’t seen it yet, don’t miss out on this amazing footage.
For anyone looking for the latest boats and boating accessories, the Miami International Boat Show is the place to be. For those who couldn’t make it to South Beach last February, here’s what you missed.
The all-tackle world-record for striped bass is one of the most sought-after trophies in all of saltwater fishing. In August, that 29-year-old record was broken by Connecticut angler Greg Myerson.
Looking to plan a vacation around some legendary offshore action? Here’s our list of 15 Great Sailfish Spots where you can make it happen.
Mexico’s remote, limitied access Revillagigedo archipelago provides a prime opportunity to target big tuna. Doug Olander made the journey to this exclusive destination and didn’t come back empty-handed…
ICAST, or the International Convention of Allied Sportfishing Trades, is held annually (usually in Las Vegas), and gives industry insiders a glimpse at all of the new gear to expect in the coming year. While it’s closed to the public, we were there, and you can see all of our coverage here.