Fishing Information

Why Do You Need a Tacklebox?

A tacklebox or a tackle bag is a necessity to store your fishing lures, bobbers, and hooks.

The Fish Dont Care What You Wear

The fish don?t care what you wear. Waders, vests and hats for fishermen are necessities to brave the elements.

A Big Fish Story

Ketchikan, located in southeast Alaska, is a good place to fish for halibut. Sally and John Balch live in Ketchikan and have a favorite spot nearby to halibut fish. It?s a secret spot, so don?t ask where it is.

Four Fly Fishing Tips

Good Fly Presentation

10 Fishing Gems

Fishing Gem #1 ? When Is Best?

What Has Happened to the Cod Stocks Off the Shores of Newfoundland?

The Newfoundland cod stocks. What has happened to cod fishing off the Grand Banks of Newfoundland?

Do You Know How To Clean A Fish?

Now that you have caught your dream fish, do you know how to clean?

Do You Know How to Fillet a Fish?

Finally you've caught the perfect fish. Now, do you know how to fillet your fish?

Do you Know How to Take the Perfect Picture of Your Fish?

Nothing is better than to snap a photo of your big fish that you just caught.

The Yellowfins from HELL!

Hi Lee Palm/Red Rooster crew(San Diego - California).. Keep my rail spot cool for me - won't you?

Understanding the Effects Moonlight on Swordfishing

In order to better understand why swordfish concentrate their feeding habits in certain depths on any given night or why the bite is better during different times of the month requires you to better understand how the effects of moonlight influence swordfish.

Importance of Artificial Light While Swordfishing

The use of light, either chemical or battery powered plays an important role in catching swordfish. There is no question that the use of artificial light increases the probability of catching a swordfish.

Fishing for Salmon? Do You Know the Different Salmon Species?

Did you know that there are five species of Pacific salmon and one species of Atlantic salmon? Further, did you know that all 5 species of Pacific salmon run wild in Alaska?

Marine News Fall 2004 - Endangered and Threatened in Florida

Our oceans are home to many marine mammals, fish, turtles, corals and others. The delicate balance between man and the ocean is constantly being challenged by the demands of our society. Most of our planet is covered by water, a necessary ingredient of human life. The state of our oceans should be uppermost in our minds in order for quality of life for all species to remain as it is.

Swordfishing in South Florida

Southeast Florida Swordfishing ? ?Purple Fever?

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Bend Bulletin

Fish and Game Commission will consider closing steelhead fishing season
Lewiston Morning Tribune
The Idaho Fish and Game Commission could decide at its meeting Wednesday in Coeur d'Alene to shut down the steelhead fishing season on Dec. 7 and not open a spring season. The move to close fishing would be made in response to the threat of a ...
Columbia salmon season won't reopen until Jan. 1Chinook Observer
The lure and fanaticism of steelhead fishingBend Bulletin

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Jacksonville Daily News

Area Fishing Report for Nov. 14
Jacksonville Daily News
Strong winds and rough seas hampered area anglers for the second straight week. Inshore fishing is producing really nice catches of larger speckled trout. Fishing along the surf zone is producing catches of bluefish, sea mullet, small speckled trout ...

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In Montana, group uses fly fishing to help vets
Bozeman, Montana (CNN) For a few hours on a sun-soaked autumn morning, Dan McGuinness stands ankle-deep in Montana's idyllic Sixteen Mile Creek. His thoughts focus on casting a fly lure to the perfect spot, drawing the attention of spawning brown ...

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Fresno Bee

Fishing report for week of Nov. 14-20 | Bass hitting at Pine Flat, Success
Fresno Bee
The big fish of the tournament was only 5 pounds with the winning limit close to 15 pounds. Most of the limits ranged from 8 to 11 pounds, and the big fish was landed on a Huddleston swimbait in a bluegill pattern worked slowly on the bottom. The bass ...
Perch, pier passes, ice creeping closer: Chicago fishing, Midwest Fishing ReportChicago Sun-Times

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The Coastland Times

Outcasters win CHAC Invitational Surf Fishing Tournament
The Coastland Times
This is the third year that a local team has won the prestigious tournament, the world's largest surf fishing contest. The Outcasters team caught 47 fish and racked up 218 points to claim first place and the club's Lighthouse Trophy for a year ...


Montana group uses fly fishing to help vets
Montana group uses fly fishing to help vets. The Lead. Warriors & Quiet Waters, a nonprofit group based in Bozeman, Montana, is helping wounded veterans discuss mental health issues by using fly fishing. Source: CNN ...

The Anna Maria Island Sun Newspaper

Reel Time: Preparing for fall fishing
The Anna Maria Island Sun Newspaper
The golden lining is the coming cooler weather, the passing of the red tide and hopefully some of the season's best fishing. When you read this, a front will have just passed through and as water temperatures drop, schools of bait should migrate ...

Science Daily

New light cast on fishing throughout history
Science Daily
Lead archaeologist Dr Sofia Samper Carro of the ANU School of Archaeology and Anthropology said on the study identified a shift in fishing behaviours about 7,000 years ago. "People on Alor people were fishing for open water species about 20,000 years ...
Study casts new light on fishing throughout historyPhys.Org

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Fishing The Overton Arm (November 14, 2018)
As captain of the boat, I always pack extra food and drinks in a lunch box for myself and others as we fish the Overton Arm of Lake Mead. When I offer a drink or a snack on the boat, the most common response from anglers is, “I'm good.” Maybe it's my age.

New fly-fishing brand aimed at women, designed by Northern Michigan native
When Cara Smith was a teenager growing up in the Traverse City region, she often spent time at her grandparents' house on the Boardman River, sewing fishing rod bags with her grandmother and helping her grandfather tie thread around fly rods.

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