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The “fish of a lifetime” for one angler turned out to be the fish of the month for Maryland, as two state-record swordfish were caught during a two-week period this summer.
Featuring how to target a wide range of species with several different rigs. Including Speckled Trout, Redfish, Black Drum, Flounder, Pompano, Tarpon And More!
Matt Neuling, of Perryville, Missouri, arrowed a 125-pound, 5-ounce bighead carp on July 24 to set an alternative methods state record for the species. The fish also outweighed the existing bowfishing world record of 104-pounds, 15-ounces.
Fishing records were made to be broken. Frequently.
U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary Flotilla 59, Stuart, was recently selected as the National Flotilla of the Year. This award annually recognizes the most exemplary auxiliary flotilla in the nation. With more than 800 flotillas in all 50 states, Puerto Rico, American Samoa, Guam and the U.S. Virgin Islands, it is truly an honor for the 55-plus members of Flotilla 59
With a mouth full of fangs, beady black eyes and a body covered in slippery slime, it was quite the haul for Mike Powell of Canton.
If you fly fish and would like to be a world record holder, right now is a very good time to go catch one. The International Game Fish Association (IGFA) recently announced the addition of a fly-fishing category for its All-Tackle Length record program, a record program that requires the potential record catch to be released alive.
Mark Bowditch found the deer swimming in waters that were over 150-feet-deep off the coast of England
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.