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News Boaters will be asked to upload sonar logs and debris locations to improve safety in coastal zones. Navionics has announced a partnership with industry leaders and boaters to remap South Florida marine and inland waterways impacted by Hurricane Irma. Stay tuned for…
I thought we would look back at 2017 and how we have fared in the anglers’ calendar year on our part of the coast. We started off January with news that there would be a ban on catching and keepingThe post Essex Sea Angling Retrospective 2017 appeared first on Planet Sea Fishing.
News FWC announced charges against Michael Wenzel, Robert Lee Benac, and Spencer Heintz for dragging a shark behind their boat. FWC and Hillsborough County State Attorney’s Office announced charges against three individuals connected to a video of a shark being dragged behind a boat at high…
News The fishing method, in widespread use, reduces bycatch when targeting tuna for recreationally or commercially. Countries have successfully used green-stick fishing in commercial and recreational tuna fishing, and now Costa Rica is considering it.
News Series includes four custom headwear products designed for four different regions Buying one of the [AS ONE] Buff headwear products means you'll be helping the communities hit by recent natural disasters. Here is how to help.
News Revisions include reduced daily bag limits for commercial and recreational fishermen. The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission made some important changes to Florida's management of cobia in Gulf waters. Here are the new regulations.
News Costa Rica's sport-fishing advocacy group lists its issues with the bill. Learn why eight sport-fishing associations and two fishing clubs represented by FECOP have voted against the Alvaro Ulgalde Marine Reserve in Costa Rica.
News Recreational anglers can fish for popular species in federal waters Dec. 8-10. Recreational anglers can fish for popular species in federal waters Dec. 8-10.
News For the first time in the history of IGFA’s Great Marlin Race, a striped marlin has won first place, traveling 1,397 nautical miles in 216 days. This years winner of the IGFA Great Marlin Race was a striped marlin that traveled 1,397 nautical miles, a first for striped marlin in the history of the tournament.
News The Guides Trust Foundation and Islamorada (Florida) Charter Boat Association each will receive $10,000. Learn how you can help recreational fishing communities affected by natural disasters through the IGFA's and Costa's Worldwide Anglers Relief Fund.