Latest in Fishing & Outdoors

Texas Moves to Save its Seatrout

The sprawling bays and flats of the Texas coast have long been considered some of the best fishing anywhere for giant spotted seatrout. This spring, with widespread support from the angling community, Texas Parks and Wildlife (TPW) has moved to protect that reputation by enacting stricter regulations designed to protect the fishery, and specifically big seatrout.

Algae Blamed for Keys Fish with “The Spins”

Since early November, when the first reports came in from the Florida Keys, scientists have been looking into reports of fish exhibiting abnormal behavior referred to as “the spins.” Bonefish & Tarpon Trust (BT&T) recently pointed its finger at harmful algae as a likely reason for this phenomenon that has killed at least 16 endangered sawfish and affected fish of 30 different species.

Gator Attacks Florida Angler

On March 10, a man was attacked by an alligator while fishing a pond in the Pennbrooke Fairways community in Leesburg, Fla. According to numerous media reports, the unidentified man is recovering at Orlando Regional Medical Center after the gator bit off his hand and part of his wrist after it got a hold of him when he was retrieving a fish.

Pre-Spawn Fish Break State Records

Along with blooms on the trees and frogspawn in the ponds, the annual rites of spring include an uptick in anglers reporting heavyweight catches.

Georgia Looks at Changing Shoal Bass Regs. Angler survey seeks your input!

To measure public interest and gather input, the WRD Fisheries Management Section developed a Shoal Bass Survey. This survey only takes a few minutes to complete and can help fisheries managers make informed decisions about future shoal bass harvest regulations.

Best Baits For Spring Bassin’

What Do a frog, a dog and a Red Eye Shad have in common? They are all made for spring fishing.

Gaining Confidence in a New Lure is Key

Gaining confidence in a new lure is key to having success fishing with it. Without confidence you might not tie it on or keep it on for long.

Win A Loaded ’Yak in FWC’s Triple Threat Throwdown

The Triple Threat Club is for anglers who have achieved all three of Catch a Florida Memory’s recognition programs: Saltwater Grand Slam, Saltwater Reel Big Fish and Saltwater Life List 10 Fish Club. Anglers who reach Triple Threat Club status will be entered into a drawing for the kayak bundle after the Throwdown season ends on Sept. 29

News, Events & TournamentsView More

Jimmy Johnson’s Quest for the Ring Championship Fishing Week Returns to South Florida, March 5-9, 2024 Featuring the World’s Richest Guaranteed Purse

JJ FISH Week Delivers a Five-Day Fishing Extravaganza Across South Florida and Continues its Legacy as The Longest Running $1 Million Guaranteed Sportfishing Tournament in History

Latest in Fishing & Outdoor GearMore Gear

Latest in TravelView More

Leland, Michigan and Carlson’s Fishery – Fishtown, USA

Leland, Michigan and Carlson's Fishery - FISHTOWN USA is a must visit if you are in northern Michigan!

Diving & SpearfishingView More

Why Try Technical Diving?

Tec diving is obstacle-ridden and humbling, but can reignite a fading passion. It can leave you with a sense of accomplishment and a refined set of diving skills. It grants access to depths beyond recreational limits, where lesser-known shipwrecks and deep reefs lie, waiting to be explored.

Latest in BoatingView More

Suzuki Marine Unveils New Stealth Line™ Outboards

Five New Models Combine Legendary Suzuki Performance With a Bold New Look

Your Franchise Opportunity is a Phone Call Away LEARN MORE