Wendell Ko landed a 506-pound blue marlin the hard way: with a speargun. The avid spearfisherman was hunting two miles off the Kona Coast on Hawaii's Big Island on November 20 when he spotted the monster fish cruising the depths.
Yeti announced its latest – and most expensive – product today: the Yeti casket.
A Florida angler that caught an odd-looking fish he couldn’t identify is lucky he wasn’t poisoned or shocked by his catch.
Unfortunately, the above comparison of fishing techniques will never come to fruition. And not just because I can’t afford to go to Bangladesh. It won’t happen because the centuries-old Narail method is almost a thing of the past, due in part to depleting fish stock, human encroachment, and pollution.
Alaska has become the latest entity to ban drone assisted hunting.
A group of Forida anglers calling themselves "Landshark Fishing," recently caught this goliath hammerhead on the Atlantic side of the Florida peninsula. The brute measured 14 feet in length (For comparison, a 2015 Suburban is a little over 18 feet) and weighed over 700 pounds.
Zoo attendees in Billings, Montana were treated to a scene of destruction Saturday as grizzly bears Bruno and Ozzy were let loose in a fake campsite to do what bears do in the woods. The bears shredded a tent, a sleeping bag, and chairs, knocked over and tore through a garbage can, and ripped into food containers. The only thing that survived was a bear-proof cooler that neither bruin could manage to get into.
A 60-pound Pacific snook caught in Costa Rica two weeks ago may be headed for the International Game Fish Association (IGFA) record book. The monster fish was caught by Orlando guide Ward Michaels who has made more than 80 trips to Costa Rica in 27 years after his favorite species.
Diver Jason Dimitri captured a nightmare scene on video in the form of a shark attack on March 13 while diving in the Caribbean. Mr. Dimitri was spearfishing for the invasive lionfish 70 feet below the surface when a reef shark took an interest in his catch…
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.
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