We are always talking Lionfish, with our own Fred Garth heavily involved in establishing – with FWC – the Lionfish Symposium. This article from Colorado State University shares an interesting take on creating jewelry from the invasive aquarium fish gone wild.
Cuba announced Wednesday that it is launching a long-term plan to preserve its sharks in cooperation with a U.S. environmental group, part of a rapidly accelerating partnership between the two countries aimed at preserving their shared waters in the Gulf of Mexico and Florida Straits.
A poisonous substance linked to a massive algae bloom off the West Coast has prompted officials to halt recreational shellfishing from Washington to California and is blamed for sickening dozens of seabirds, seals, whales and other marine life.
The lawsuit is the latest twist in more than 40 years of litigation between Washington and Native American tribes over fishing rights since a federal court decision guaranteed the tribes the right to half of Northwest salmon harvest.
Many anglers understand the delicate nature of these areas, but delving deeper into their mysterious life cycles will benefit both the environment and the overall experience in fishing these benign looking areas.
They say that there are three things you should never talk about, and politics is high on the list. But this story from our friends north of the still-legal border with Canada recently replaced the “Conservative????” Federals with true progressives.
There’s a lot of talk these days about aquaculture in this country because our appetite for fish is increasing, yet we still import more than 80% of the seafood we eat. In Gulf Shores, Alabama, multimillion dollar hatchery has recently been completed, which will release millions of fish into the gulf.
David Dunleavy's large-scale creation, featuring a bull and cow dolphin fish leaping to feed on flying fish, stretches 252 feet wide and 32 feet high. The New Jersey-based artist says they are the largest dolphin fish, also known as mahi-mahi, ever painted in the world.
A how-to guide for any parent that wants to introduce their kids to fishing. These tips will work anywhere, any place, at any time, for any body of water, saltwater or freshwater, providing, of course, there are fish present.
The tagged redfish tournament offers hundreds of thousands of dollars in prizes, supports some very cool programs at the Coastal Conservation Association, and can even result in helping an educated kid or two through its incredible education program.