Lake El Salto is one of the most legendary trophy bass lakes in the world, but the Mexican drug war has tainted its appeal. We head south of the border to see why El Salto is still the best place to catch your biggest bass.
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What does the fox say? Apparently that he’s hungry for catfish.
So hungry that he’ll pull one from the waters himself if need be.
That’s pretty much what a Lithuanian fisherman caught on film when he came across this fox trying to haul in this giant catfish. [ Read Full Post ]
Matt Forjohn of Ambler, Pennsylvania holds the pending All-Tackle Length Record muskellunge he caught Monday. The fish was released.
The third muskie that Matt Forjohn of Ambler, Pennsylvania ever caught is likely to put him in the International Game Fish Association's record book as the holder of the All-Tackle Length world record.
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Photos by John "Doogie" Howell and Lance Schwartz
Up until a few weeks ago, if you were able to travel back in time to 2009 and walked into a Suzuki dealership, that six year old Suzuki King Quad 750AXi Power Steering could easily be mistaken for a new model. For lack of a more politically correct explanation, Suzuki has been on cruise control for the last five or six years with no game changing new models to offer. Although the 2014 King Quad 750 AXi looks like the same old King Quad Suzuki has been offering for half a decade, there's a little magic hidden underneath the plastic bodywork that shows Suzuki might finally be ready to dig in and fight.
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There is a lot of strange stuff going on in this video. But, it's worth getting through to see the unique clip of a wild grizzly seizing up and tumbling downhill. Some media reports are suggesting the bear had a heart attack, but the details behind this video are unknown. According to LiveLeak, it was shot on Kodiak Island. [ Read Full Post ]
A new study on worldwide crocodilian attacks was launched at Charles Darwin University in Darwin, Australia today. The aptly named CrocBITE group hopes to help with the ongoing and future conservation of these species. Part of the study will deal with how successful conservation efforts of certain crocodilian species have led to more attacks on humans.
An example of this can be found in Australia’s Northern Territory. Crocodiles became a protected species there in 1971. Since that listing, their numbers have skyrocketed and so have the number of human attacks. [ Read Full Post ]
Snook anglers who adjust to seasonal forage changes will have a good opportunity to boat more of Florida's premier inshore gamefish.
As temperatures decline, any remnants of the massive schools of pilchards and threadfin herring that kept the snook fed during the warm season will flee to the state's southern extremes. Throughout the rest of the linesider's range, the fish will turn more of their attention to shrimp and crabs, so this should help snook seekers plan their attack. [ Read Full Post ]