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Travel A wide range of fishing targets and tactics make Florida’s Sebastian Inlet area a top inshore spot Plenty of different species, each requiring their own strategies, await in Sebastian Inlet. Here's your guide for this popular Florida destination.
News Conservation groups allied with Florida Keys guides associations push for an early close of the Permit season within the Keys’ Special Permit Zone. Conservation groups would like to see the permit season in the Florida Keys extended to include the month of April after observing new research of spawning habits.
The American Sportfishing Association’s (ASA) ultimate award was among the talking points at its Summit last week at Clearwater Beach, Florida. The ASA also announced a new man at the helm for the Association. Industry Relations Vice President Glenn Hughes was confirmed as President on the eve of the Summit. He will take over from […]The post ‘Extraordinary leader’ presented with ASA Lifetime Achievement Award appeared first on Angling International.
Costa Del Mar, the manufacturer of fishing sunglasses, has appointed T.J. McMeniman as its new Vice President of Marketing. He has joined the Florida-based company from Bauer Hockey, where he led global marketing for eight years, and will spearhead Costa’s strategic international brand initiatives across channels and categories, including sunglasses and apparel. “T.J. brings exceptional […]The post New man to lead Costa’s marketing effort appeared first on Angling International.
In the aftermath of Hurricane Irma, which devastated parts of Florida, and other natural disasters, two of the best known names in fishing have teamed up to create an international rescue fund to speed the recovery of stricken angling communities. Costa Sunglasses and the International Game Fish Association (IGFA) have announced the creation of the […]The post Costa and IGFA create international rescue fund appeared first on Angling International.
Travel Visitors welcomed back to popular destination three weeks after storm The Florida Keys have reopened to tourists three weeks after Hurricane Irma hit the island chain. Here's how it happened so fast.
Issues impacting on recreational fishing will be addressed by fisheries expert Chris Oliver at next week’s American Sportfishing Association (ASA) Summit in Clearwater Beach, Florida. Oliver, who took up his role as Assistant Administrator of the NOAA’s National Marine Fisheries Service in June this year, is the guest speaker at Wednesday’s lunch, to which all […]The post Fisheries expert to address ASA Summit delegates appeared first on Angling International.
News Federal-permit-holder Nova Southeastern University says it will discontinue longline fishing in the name of research in Florida’s closed zone See why The Billfish Foundation is gratified that NOVA Southeastern University has stopped its pelagic longline research in Florida's east coast closed zone.
The Atlantic coastal states of Maine through Florida have scheduled hearings on Draft Amendment 3 to the Interstate Fishery Management Plan for Atlantic Menhaden. Read more →The post States Schedule Hearings On Interstate Fishery Plan for Atlantic Menhaden appeared first on On The Water.
The Everglades is the sixth stop and first eastern effort in the Simms 2017 Save Our Streams campaign. During the month of September, Simms will offer a limited edition T-Shirt designed by Jorge Matinez, a Florida native who grew up … more →