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Keys Alliance, a non-profit dedicated to improving marine ecosystem health and quality of life in the Florida Keys, will host a presentation and Q&A session with FIU’s Jim Fourqurean and Bullsugar’s Dave Preston on May 26. The event will take … more →
ICAST veteran Tony Murphy gives it to you straight when asked whether fishing tackle retailers should attend ICAST. The owner of The Saltwater Angler, based in Key West, Florida, says bluntly: “Why wouldn’t you go? You would be stupid not to. Anyone who is in the fishing tackle business needs to go to ICAST. It […]The post ICAST? You would be stupid not to go, says top retailer appeared first on Angling International.
News Anglers this year will enjoy a 40-day red snapper season in both state and federal waters beginning June 11. Anglers this year will enjoy a 40-day red snapper season in both state and federal waters beginning June 11.
News The state’s Fish and Wildlife Commissioners will consider a limited harvest among management options for goliaths. The state’s Fish and Wildlife Commissioners will consider a limited harvest among management options for goliaths.
In the new episode of The 5wt Chronicles from Eric Estrada, follow the journey as anglers fly fish the Low Country flood tides of North Florida and South Carolina.
“FOR MOST of my fish-addled life, a winter trip to Florida was a sanity-saving jump into summer for a week or so,” writes Chester Allen in his new column. “I made the jump to Florida the second week of March this … more →
In this recent essay and film from Sage and Tributaries Digital Cinema, follow the journey of Camp Walker as he “navigates the high stakes work of guiding in the Florida Keys to become one of the best in the game.” … more →
Carl Liederman, President of Captain Harry’s Tackle, based in Miami, Florida, understands the dilemma faced by small independent retail stores when it comes to attending ICAST, the world’s largest recreational fishing trade show. He said: “Solving the issue of leaving their business is difficult for them, but there are many plusses which make it worthwhile.” […]The post Top retailer identifies three reasons to attend ICAST appeared first on Angling International.
News Scientists have tracked “Rob,” a mako shark tagged off Maryland, to Rhode Island and south to Florida in 283 days. A mako sharked tagged off Maryland has been tracked swimming from Rhode Island to Florida.
News Federal fishery managers are considering allowing commercial longlining in the closed conservation area off Florida protecting young swordfish: Express your outrage now. Federal fishery managers are considering allowing commercial longlining in the closed conservation area off Florida protecting young swordfish: Express your outrage…