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Electronics Popular plotter/sonar units now come in 16-, 19-, 22-, and 24-inch versions. Raymarine's new Axiom XL multifunction displays pack the company's latest technology into extra-large sizes.
Videos Watch a mind-blowing school of mullet move as a single organism — and the explosions when big tarpon start ambushing them. Only a drone can capture the drama of large tarpon exploding amidst endless schools of mullet off east central Florida.
This month, the Recreational Boating & Fishing Foundation (RBFF) turned 20 years old. A lot has happened in that time and the organisation says it is happy to have been a large part of the fishing and boating landscape. Through various campaigns, programmes, partnerships and grants, RBFF has been able to make a lasting mark […]The post RBFF celebrates 20 years of bringing anglers and boaters together appeared first on Angling International.
We are against opening the EEZ to striper fishing (recreational and commercial) as we believe it is an effective conservation measure that protects a significant portion of the striped bass population, especially large female striped bass.The post SPEAK UP: Managers Consider Allowing Striped Bass Fishing in EEZ appeared first on On The Water.
In this video, Jay goes over a relatively new product from Hareline Dubbin – Mangum’s UV2 Dragon Tails. These come in two sizes (small and large) and they are great for predator fish in both freshwater and saltwater environments (Bass, … Continue reading →
Designed primarily for freshwater, the floating Frigg .5oz Top-Water Walking Popper from the Odin Lure Company, features a built-in rattle chamber and a patented baitwell that can be filled with its Fish Smack attractant. It has a large cupped face to churn plenty of water and create major surface disturbance that will attract bass and […]The post Odin Lure Company introduces Frigg .5oz Top-Water Walking Popper appeared first on Angling International.
From the McKenzie Watershed Council Phase I of the Lower South Fork McKenzie River Floodplain Enhancement Project is nearing completion. Over the course of the last 10 weeks, the Project has placed over 1,300 pieces of large wood, and redistributed … Continue reading →
I captured this poor Corkwing Wrasse that was host to a fairly large Anilocra parasite - a type of isopod. Was able to carefully remove the parasite and release the fish.
Keep America Fishing (KAM) – the grassroots advocacy arm of the American Sportfishing Association – is urging anglers to make their voices heard on two conservation bills being voted on by the US Senate Commerce Committee on August 1st. Although banned in the rest of America, large mesh drift gillnets used off the coast of […]The post American anglers urged to make voices heard on two new laws appeared first on Angling International.
Electronics Live sonar, integrated vessel systems and extra large displays highlight annual trade show. The ICAST fishing-tackle trade show, held last week in Orlando, featured a number of new marine electronic devices and boating accessories.