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Piebald catfish are quite rare. There’s one-in-a-million chance of getting one!
Two fisherman were reeling in a small bonnet shark at sunset in Dunedin when an eagle swooped in for dinner. They took some pictures with the majestic bird, cut the line and gathered the hook, then let her feast on her "catch."
With over 40 million people fishing each year, it can be a great way to spend time outside with family and friends. Whether you’re revisiting something you haven’t done in years or you’re wanting to try it for the first time, don’t feel overwhelmed! These basics will get you started.
This is the first video from my fishing trip to Panama. We stayed at the Panafishing lodge in Pedasi, Panama …
There’s just something about these fish. These beautiful, tasty Coregonids live interesting, long lives and are a beloved food fish in Northwest Alaska.
Not only are flounder easier to find when they travel though the passes in their voyage to their spawning grounds, they also feed aggressively as they follow baitfish out of the bays. When I focus on flounder, I change my presentation dramatically. I like to apply scent to my lures, which gives you a great advantage when it comes to catching flounder.
Catch and Release Best Practices
According to a release from Get Maine Lobster, a direct-to-consumer seafood company based in Portland, the rare crustacean is a 1-in-100 million catch.
Captain Pete Speeches of Scarborough, ME and the crew of Backstabber, brought a giant bluefin to the scale weighing 719 pounds to win the Third Annual Casco Bay Bluefin Bonanza and the coveted Casco Bay Cup, their second consecutive victory.