Blanks groaned and drags screamed in our annual torture test of the year's best new rods and reels. Check out the hottest tackle of the year.
Summer means it's shark time on Montauk Point. Check out these monster sharks from the...
More than half a year after the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico, Louisiana inshore...
To heck with winter! There's no better place to shake off the cold than to match wits...
Few fish are tougher than tuna. Here are some for the record book.
These billfish giants are among the biggest ever caught.
Dr. Julie Ball and her crew went head to head with some huge sheepshead and amber jacks...
Recreational fishermen have long viewed Goliath grouper with utter disdain—kind of like that grade school teacher's pet that annoyed the crap out of other students, but hid behind unflinching protection. Why such contempt? Well, it's basically a double whammy—recreationals cannot harvest Goliaths, yet Goliaths help themselves to loads of grouper and snapper currently available for recreational take.
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You might have seen this video of a Mako attacking PelagicView Dredge. Now it seems sailfish are getting in on the action too. Check out this sweet video of a sailfish chasing the bait.
If this is the direction that the GoPro culture is headed, you'll hear no complaints from us.
Most of the country is frozen in winter weather, but here's a reminder that it's still warm in Florida. This video was uploaded on last month by Jeff Schneider after a fishing trip in Boca Grande.
Luckily, these guys were able to keep their fish away from the shark. [ Read Full Post ]
When life hands you lemons, make lemonade.
When life dumps umpteen feet of winter’s wrath on your yard, make a shark.
Brothers Austin, Connor, and Trevor Bartz of New Brighton, Minnesota did just that. The shark that they constructed from ice and snow measures 16 feet in length. The snow fish is complete with teeth, dorsal fin, gills, and menacing eyes.
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I guess they made the naughty list.
More than 60 people were injured on Christmas Day when a school of piranha ripped through them in the waters off Parana River beach near Rosario, Argentina. Seven children were injured in the attack with one very unlucky seven-year-old girl bitten so badly that part of her finger had to be amputated. [ 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 ]