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Over 2.5 million households in America keep saltwater fish in their homes. They come with numerous health benefits including reducing stress, lowering your heart rate and blood pressure, and even improving disruptive behavior in dementia patients. Now you know why so many doctors and dentists have fish in their waiting rooms.
Featuring Flip Pallot, Chico Fernandez, Lefty Kreh, Stu Apte, Nat Ragland, Joan Wulff, Nick Curcione, Mark Sosin and Bill Curtis, telling their stories from the early days of saltwater fly fishing in America.
Read the June 2020 issue of Coastal Angler and The Angler Magazine in your area!
Spearfishermen experience a once in a lifetime opporunity getting to see a Great White Shark off the Alabama Coast
In case there was any doubt, here’s proof that tournament bass fishing is big business. B.A.S.S. recently released figures from the 2020 Bassmaster Classic held in Birmingham, and the event generated an economic windfall of $35.9 million.
With the short growing season in South Dakota, a 9-pounder is the fish of a lifetime.
Clocking in at around 2,000 acres in size, Kingsley Lake is special because it is almost perfectly circular in shape—but also considered the oldest and highest lake in Florida. It also happens to be an amazing fishery.