West Country resident Zyg Gregorek is hailed by many as the world’s greatest fisherman, a title he received in 2007 after becoming the first person to catch all 27 species in the three "royal slams" set by the International Game Fish Association (IGFA). Mr. Gregorek’s notoriety grew in 2012 when he became the first recreational angler in history to catch five different species over 1,000 pounds.
Federal researchers announced Tuesday that the invasive Asian carp has spread as far as the upper Mississippi River.
A hunter in Sweden faced such a moment when a Eurasian boar flanked him from the left, according to the individual that posted the video.
This is why we fish! Check out the absolutely infectious excitement these two anglers expend when one of them hooks into a monster 40-inch-plus lake trout.
Yesterday we showed you some of the cutest 10-month-old cougar kitties ever caught ripping a deer carcass to shreds.
The 98-year-old government agency’s Malibu Creek State Park trail camera snapped off 350 color photos of three 10-month-old cougar cubs and their mom ripping into a deer carcass.
A 12-year-old landed a state record catfish from the Mississippi River.
Massachusetts Environmental Police responded to a mountain lion sighting claim and found paw prints at the scene.
Potential world record trout disqualified from record books because angler caught it illegally.
A family in South Texas claims to have shot a chupacabra on their ranch in Victoria County.
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