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Author Bob Romano will attend the International Fly Tying Symposium to promote and sign copies of his new book, The River King. The International Fly Tying Symposium is set to be held November 17-18, 2018, in Parsippany, NJ. Read more in … more →
Fast-growing Lew’s Holdings Corporation (Lew’s), the owner of Lew’s Fishing and Strike King, has added to its lure portfolio with the acquisition of Southern Plastics Company, a significant player in the soft plastics bait sector. Based in Eufaula, Alabama, Southern Plastics has supplied it baits, which feature a unique variety of scents, additives and colours, […]The post Lew’s Holdings acquires Southern Plastics Company appeared first on Angling International.
New gear and equipment for every method of fishing was unveiled at the Mikado New Product Show in Poland over the last weekend. The event was attended by customers of the brand and representatives from companies that are distributed by Abramis, including Garmin and the award-winning Chinese terminal tackle manufacturer, Black King Kong (BKK), which […]The post Abramis introduces 2019 products and new sales partner appeared first on Angling International.
As we near the end of a summer of weird catches including cobia and barracuda in New Jersey and king macks and a tarpon on Cape Cod, the recent find in a Rhode Island fishThe post 70-Pound Cubera Snapper caught in Rhode Island appeared first on On The Water.
Game Fish Sport Fishing readers try to stump the Fish Facts experts with strange catches. Sport Fishing readers try to stump the Fish Facts expert scientists with photos of strange catches, including an unidentifiable sea bass, a rare king-of-the-salmon and…
Researchers from Alaska and Washington recently analyzed 40 years of data taken from 85 king salmon populations ranging from California to Alaska. “The results show that the fish are both decreasing in size and maturing earlier,” writes Mark Hieronymus in The … 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.
The University of Washington’s Friday Harbor laboratory is tackling one of its biggest projects to date: CT scanning and cataloging every fish species in the world, an estimated 66,000. About 2,700 are finished. Via King 5. Learning to double haul … 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.
This film from LOOP Media features amazing footage of fishing for King salmon near Torres Del Paine National Park in Chilean Patagonia.