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Habitat on the Half-Shell: Eat an oyster; save an estuary!

By Vincent Encomio, Ph.D Although we all enjoy eating a great meal, we often don’t think about where our food …

Good on the Fish and Fisherman – Dehooking Device

A simple T-handle de-hooker can be a total game changer, especially if you do any bottom fishing. It can minimize the injuries that your caught fish take.

Angler Tips: Best Bird Practices

Florida experiences a large influx of migrating marine birds during the winter months, including terns, cormorants, gulls, gannets, and white …

Atlantic black sea bass recreational, commercial changes approved by FWC

Effective February 1, 2013, the following changes will go into place in Atlantic state waters: Minimum size limit for commercial …

Saltwater game fish and sport fish designations under consideration

Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) approved a draft rule creating saltwater game fish and sport fish designations in …

Atlantic black sea bass recreational, commercial changes approved by FWC

At its Dec. 5 Commission meeting in Apalachicola, the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) made changes to black …

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11-Year-Old Maryland Girl is a Master Angler

Lucy Perez, 11, of Cecil County, Maryland, recently became the first youth angler to achieve the state’s Master Angler Milestone, an impressive feat that requires catching 10 trophy-sized fish of different species from Maryland waters.

Trout Fishing North Carolina’s Oconaluftee River

North Carolina’s Oconaluftee River has a multiple personality disorder. Its headwaters fall from an elevation of more than 5,000 feet via a little creek...

How To Catch And Cook Walleyes This June

Snap Jig Your Way to Fresh Fish in the Pan

Sight Fishing Tripletail and Cobia in the Bay

Now is a great time to hit the bays and the edge of the Gulf of Mexico for some great tripletail and cobia action!