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Game Fish

Experience goes a long way in saltwater big game fishing. Our experts highlight tips and locations for catching game fish, including tarpon, tuna, redfish, sharks, and more.

 

  • A guide through fish sex, reproduction and evolution

    Fish have evolved a bewildering assortment of reproductive strategies that span the gamut from mundane to freaky to downright unbelievable.
  • blue marlin one-minute catch

    Some took seconds while others lasted many hours, but they all went down in history.

    Some took seconds while others lasted hours, but they all went down in fishing history. What's interesting is how long it took to finish these fights.

Inshore Fish

  • flounder in the water

    Sport Fishing asked 10 experts from Maine to Texas how to catch trophy fish.

    Sport Fishing asked 10 pros from different regions of the United States how they catch trophy flounder. Follow these 30 tips and you won't be disappointed.
  • bull redfish

    To catch some of the largest red drum, explore the deep waters of coastal bays, rivers and passes.

    To catch some of the largest red drum, explore the deep waters of coastal bays, rivers and passes.
  • redfish catch on baitcaster

    We used just-introduced fishing tackle and gear to battle voracious redfish at the mouth of the Mississippi River.

    Anglers tackle big and hungry redfish in southeast Louisiana with new gear from tackle manufacturers such as Z-Man, LiveTarget, HUK, Mustad and plenty more.

Offshore Fish

Nearshore/Reef

The Science of Sport Fishing

  • A guide through fish sex, reproduction and evolution

    Fish have evolved a bewildering assortment of reproductive strategies that span the gamut from mundane to freaky to downright unbelievable.
  • Gorgeous yellowfin tuna

    Among the world’s most popular game fishes, tunas are also some of the most highly evolved and sophisticated of all the ocean’s predators

    The tunas, among the world’s most popular and important game fishes, are truly the superfish of the oceans. Here's why.
  • Commercially seining menhaden

    A scientist fears that commercially harvesting more than a billion pounds of menhaden in the Gulf per year could threaten the species’ health.

    A scientist fears that commercially harvesting more than a billion pounds of menhaden in the Gulf per year could threaten the species’ health.