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Gaffers to Peanuts

The slammer dolphin of spring were replaced by a bunch of peanuts. That’s the trend this summer along the southeast U.S. coast, says Don Hammond, director of the Dolphinfish Research Program (DRP). Hammond and his team have been recording dolphin catches from South Carolina fishermen. “Catches have gone from a solid six to 35 fish [...]

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Best of Show Products from ICAST 2013

Each July, the best new products and accessories are introduced at the world’s largest sportfishing trade show. Officially called the International Convention of Allied Sportfishing Trades — but better known as ICAST — this years’s event is being held July 9–12 at the Las Vegas Convention Center in Las Vegas, Nevada.Probably the single most important feature [...]

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KeepAmericaFishing just reached the 1-million-member milestone. Who cares? You, if you care about the future of sport fishing in our great country. Putting it the simplest way I know how: Gun-rights advocacy has always been an incredibly powerful force in the United States. Why? One reason: the NRA. Sport-fishing advocacy has always been weak, lackluster [...]

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Don’t Mess with Lightning

Here’s more proof why you should always get off the water when a lightning storm approaches.A recent analysis by Lightning Safety Specialist John S. Jensenius, Jr., of the National Weather Service, found that fishing was the most-likely activity to get you struck and killed by lightning.From 2006 through 2012, 238 people died from lightning strikes [...]

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Order Your Mount from the Boat

A new mobile-friendly website by King Sailfish Mounts gives anglers the opportunity to order a mount of their trophy fish directly from the fighting chair.  The website name is www.IGotOneOn.com and its easy-to-use layout simplifies the fish-replica ordering process. Years ago, sportsmen would send their actual fish to taxidermists for mounting.  With the development of new [...]

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Catchin’ Up with Maverick Boat Company

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Astonishing Catch: 200-Year-Old Rockfish

  A record-breaking rockfish was weighed in near Sitka, Alaska, last week, according to the Sitka Sentinel, but the real story is estimated age of the fish — around two centuries. That means the fish began life in 1813 when James Madison was the U.S. president, decades prior to the Civil War and before Alaska was [...]

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Millions of krill have been washing up on beaches in southern Oregon and northern California for the past few weeks, according to a report from Associated Press.  The reason why these tiny shimp-like creatures are washing ashore is unclear. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration oceanographer Bill Peterson says they may have been blown into the [...]

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Some kids get all the luck. On his first offshore-fishing trip ever, 13-year-old Will Kilpatrick scored an offshore grand slam — a blue marlin, white marlin and sailfish — according to a report on The News & Observer’s website. The site reported that Will earned the trip by making good grades last year. The youngster [...]

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