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Under The Sea

One of the most dangerous risks to divers is being struck by boat propellers while at the surface. I have personally experienced more close calls with boats than any other hazard, and I’ve witnessed the results of some horrific accidents.

Tips for Snorkeling Safety

Summer is just around the corner. From the bathtub to the open ocean, kids need to feel comfortable and confident about their in-water skills.

Under the Sea – What to Wear?

Who says you can’t have it all? When it comes to wetsuits—whether man or woman, warm or cold water, scuba or freediver — there are many great choices.

Wahoos – Wonderful and Wily

Wahoos are one of the most coveted fish for bluewater hunters. That is because they are stealthy, good-tasting, and way smarter than you are.

Under the Sea – Speargun Basics

Like enthusiasts of any sport, if you stay with spearfishing long enough, you become intimately familiar with every detail of your equipment. Here’s an overview of what a newbie might want to know before buying that first speargun.

King of Sling – Art Pinder

In the spearfishing community, there is one man that everyone could probably agree that deserves the title of “legend.” That is Art Pinder.

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Supreme Court Strips Federal Agencies of Interpretive Power

It’s going to interesting to see where this one goes. On June 28, commercial herring fishermen won a case before …

508-Pound Blue Tops Emerald Coast Marlin Tourney

The 22nd Annual Emerald Coast Blue Marlin Classic (ECBC), held at Sandestin Golf and Beach Resort from June 19-23, featured a total payout of $849,200 and a top prize of $95,040 for the tournament’s heaviest blue marlin—a 508.6-pounder battled in by Paul McMullen aboard Just The Tip.

Stud AJ is a South Carolina Record

Fishing out of Murrells Inlet on May 23, angler James Carroll battled in a 129-pound amberjack that is a new South Carolina state record. Here is the story in Carroll’s own words: