Greg Wilczynski earned his nickname “The Prowler” because he’s known for roaming the ice to locate fish. But once he finds the sweet spot, he maximizes every bite with a meticulous coordination between his flasher screen and the spring bobber device he designed for St. Croix Rods’ ice fishing lineup. Clipped to the rod tip, the light wire coil terminates with a colored bead at the end of a wire arm.
Don't overthink fishing. Just go fishing.
It was go big or go home for Peter Buban and he did both. During a night of surf fishing in Florida’s Palm Beach County, Buban caught a 13-foot, 9-inch hammerhead shark that went about 1,000 pounds and took home a big prize – first place in the annual Blacktip Challenge shark fishing tournament.
An ice fisherman's quick thinking helped save a boy who fell through the ice in a pond in Idaho.
A South African kayak angler successfully landed and dehooked a sailfish using his hat as an improvised fish glove.
Here is a new jig that will hook crappies no matter how hard they hit the bait.
A new report suggest that 25 percent of sharks and ray species are threatened with extinction.
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.
Some people are really into salmon; others really want to be in salmon. Innovative designers like Chile's Stiven Kerestegian, creator of Salmon Skin Leather, say why not?
As the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources points out, ice fishermen must also mind the environmental concerns, lest they inadvertently transfer those harmful non-native pests from one water body to another.
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