Snook anglers who adjust to seasonal forage changes will have a good opportunity to boat more of Florida's premier inshore gamefish.
Some fishermen in the Philippines are using fishing from refrigerators after Typhoon Haiyan destroyed their boats.
Learn how to tell the difference between Asian carp and indigenous species.
A recent water sample from Lake Michigan's Sturgeon Bay in Wisconsin has tested positive for Asian Carp DNA.
Debbie Miller topped the King of the Beach tournament with a 44.5-pound king mackerel.
Score one for the Sunshine State's marine resources. Florida's inshore net ban -- the one approved by 73 percent of voters way back in 1994 -- has survived the latest, and possibly the most egregious assault on this constitutional amendment.
Florida's heralded inshore fisheries – currently in their best shape in decades – face a potential threat previously vanquished 19 years ago.
Patience and diligence are required to experience this spine-tingling giddiness.
While docks are known to hold largemouths, don't overlook their ability to gather crappies.
State biologists had initially estimate 600,000-plus fish for a "good" run. The revised expectation of over 1.2 million blows away the highest of hopes. In fact, that's the largest run since the Columbia River dams were built and salmon counts began.
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