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Travel Bottomfish offshore wrecks, cast the inshore bays and hunt hogs in the hammocks. Crystal River, on Florida's Nature Coast, offers saltwater cast and blast opportunities, including offshore and inshore fishing as well as hunting.
Tippets: Yellowstone National Park Bans Felt Soles, Florida’s Coastal Collapse, Donlin Gold Mine Proposed in Alaska
Concern over invasive species has led Yellowstone National Park to ban the use of felt sole wading boots. Inspection of watercraft will also be available. Via U.S. News and World Report. Coastal Florida ecosystems are collapsing, threatening sea grass, fisheries, recreation … more →
March marks the release of a new collection of short stories from Thomas McGuane. Callan Wink sits down with the author to talk about Montana, early years in the Florida Keys, his friendship with Jim Harrison, and balancing outdoor pursuits … more →
Travel When king mackerel swarm in the Atlantic off north-central Florida, sport fisherman can have a field day. A photographic record of an exciting day fishing for king mackerel off north-central Florida.
Videos Key West Fishing: Inshore, Backcountry and the Great Blue Florida Straits Key West Fishing: Inshore, Backcountry and the Great Blue Florida Straits…
News Take just minutes to save thousands of juvenile swordfish as well as marlin and sailfish off the coast of Florida Your action can help dissuade federal fishery managers from allowing exempted fishing permits for longliners.
Products will be to the fore on the American Tackle booth at China Fish this week. The Florida-based company – a regular winner at the trade show’s Best New Product Awards – will be displaying an array of new launches, including Black Titanium Guides which will be its entry in the terminal tackle category. Led […]The post American Tackle has high hopes for Black Titanium Guides appeared first on Angling International.
Now or Neverglades Declaration is a nonpartisan group of 20 like-minded and knowledgeable individuals and organizations working to find a solution to Florida’s water pollution problems. They have issued an urgent call to action for anglers to voice their concerns … more →
News A bluefin tuna estimated at 600 pounds has been caught and released in shallow water off Islamorada A group of day charter anglers on the Kalex expecting king mackerel ended up releasing a 600-pound bluefin tuna.
The world’s largest trade show takes place from July 10 to 13 in the Orange County Convention Centre, Orlando, Florida, but those intending to attend can register for the event now. Pre-registration for the event is open. For more information, visit www.icastfishing.org now.The post Pre-registration opens for ICAST 2018 appeared first on Angling International.