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Recreational Limit Slashed In Draft Flounder Regs

At its October meeting, the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) approved draft changes to management of Florida’s flounder …

New Maryland Record Triggerfish

A Pennsylvania angler fishing a shipwreck about 14 miles off the coast of Ocean City, Maryland recently caught a new Maryland state record gray triggerfish that weighed 6 pounds and measured 20 inches in length.

Fish of a Lifetime

The all-white tope shark caught by an angler off the coast of Britain might just be the first of its kind ever captured.


Team IRT came down to Hatteras, NC to fish with Capt. Aaron Aaron on Tightline Charters for some MONSTER Cobia! We stumbled upon the best day of Cobia Fishing of the entire season, and it was absolute chaos. Enjoy the Action!

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Stone Crab Harvest Opens With Regs Changes

In previous years, the season has run through May 15. FWC implemented several regulations changes this year to bolster populations. Along with changes to trap requirements, the minimum length for legally harvestable claws has been increased from 2 ¾ inches to 2 7/8 inches. That means you’ll need a new measuring device to make sure your dinner is legal.

New Gulf Record Lionfish

Donald C. Vautrinot was spearfishing for red snapper off Destin, FL Oct. 18 when he went back down to snag a few lionfish. And there it was.

Kayakers swallowed by a humpback whale in Avila Beach, California

Two kayakers ended up inside the whale's mouth while the whale was feeding in the waters off Avlia beach, California. The whale released them and both survived and were unharmed.

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Contagious wins 57th Annual Islamorada Sailfish Tournament

In true Islamorada style, the sailfish weren’t the only fish biting on this beautiful weekend.

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