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News The shark has traveled more than 37,500 miles in 1,240 days. How far has "Andy" the tiger shark traveled? Scientists from the Guy Harvey Research Institute checked in and revealed the shark's record-setting path.
Tippets: Offshore Drilling Bad News for Anglers, Pebble Partnership Application, Climate Change and Dead Zones
The Trump administration has announced it will open most offshore waters for drilling and anglers should be concerned, writes Monte Burke. “It’s now time to sit up and pay attention now. Sign petitions. Call your local Congressmen and women. Stand … more →
News Research project hatches live bonefish larvae in captivity for the first time ever. Bonefish Restoration Research Project successfully induced spawning of wild bonefish for the first time – a step towards replenishing the Florida Keys bonefish…
News The latest data analyses by scientists show widespread decreases in life-sustaining oxygen levels in more and more large areas of our oceans A new study explains why you catch more billfish in the Eastern Pacific now but might find them scarce in the future.
News Costa Rican Fisheries Federation to represent Costa Rica in the Pan-American sport-fishing delegation, an association attempting to make sport fishing a competitive sport. Costa Rican Fisheries Federation has been chosen to represent Costa Rica in the Pan-American sport-fishing delegation, a combined effort to make sport fishing a…
News Fishing guides and charter captains are truly ambassadors to the sport of fishing Great credit is due most professional fishing guides and captains who present the sport in a positive light while promoting conservation.
News The 1,090-pound marlin, taken on a day charter out of Exmouth on the northwest coast, is the country’s first grander blue While a number of grander black marlin have been caught over the years off northeastern Australia, this catch off the west coast marks the first blue marlin more than…
Rapala VMC Corporation has confirmed that it will be exhibiting at this year’s EFTTEX, but Westin, the Danish tackle company, has announced that it will not be at the European trade’s showcase event in Amsterdam. Rapala’s decision to attend is good news for the show following the decisions of Shimano, Zebco Europe and Leeda not […]The post Boost for EFTTEX as Rapala confirms booth in Amsterdam appeared first on Angling International.
Cabela’s employees have been given a clearer indication of their future and that of the company’s Sidney, Nebraska, headquarters by its new owner, Johnny Morris, Bass Pro Shops’ Chief Executive. While not revealing how many jobs will be cut in the city, where Cabela’s employs 2,000 of its 6,800 population, Morris has detailed, in a […]The post No news yet on jobs as Cabela’s new owner outlines plans appeared first on Angling International.
News Tagging program reveals migration patterns, travel speeds and more Thanks to the Cooperative Science Services' Dolphinfish Research Program, we now know a lot more about dolphinfish (mahi), from migratory patterns to travel speeds.