Dakota Beagle acting as the first mate for the cast for children. By Michael Murphy It’s hot! The bite was on fire and so was the weather. Bait is plentiful on the flats right now, and the fish know it. Water temperatures are soaring into the mid 80’s causing theRead More →

Do you have any advice? Call Crimeline at 1-800-423-TIPS (8477) VIDEO ABOVE: The Brevard County Sheriff’s Office is looking for suspect Rashaad Inman Thompson in the latest edition of “Fishing for Fugitives,” as Sheriff Wayne Ivey comes to you from the intercoastal waterways of Merritt Island. BREVARD COUNTY, FL –Read More →

MONTICELLO – Fraternal Lodge #58 held its sixth annual Children’s Fishing Contest at Lodge Park in Monticello earlier this spring. This year’s event brought together 31 children and 36 parents. The event started with a short discussion about safety and tournament fishing rules. After that, the kids were given baitRead More →

“When the market is in a corrective phase or trying to find a potential bottom before the rally begins, investors should not fish for the bottom because a falling knife is always dangerous,” says Mayuresh JoshiHead of Research – Equities, William O’Neil India. In an interview with ETMarkets, Joshi said,Read More →

On Saturday, June 11, 2022, Alabamians and out-of-state visitors will have the opportunity to fish for free in most public waters, including freshwater and saltwater. Free Fishing Day allows residents and non-residents alike to enjoy the exceptional fishing Alabama has to offer without purchasing a fishing license. The event isRead More →

Fishing was a bit slower with cooler temperatures, but picked up again for contest participants when the sun rose in the early afternoon on Sunday for the fishing contests. Hopatcong Lake Guide Service Updates LAKE RECORD HYBRID STRIPER!! Caught, officially weighed and released by LHGS guide, KevinRead More →

Wielding a fishing rod in a photogenic way your correspondent has never succeeded. Photo: Mitch Teich April 23, 2022 — We are nearing the end of the school holiday triumvirate here. Our son’s February break, our daughter’s spring break at college, our son’s spring break – they come and go,Read More →

Kenneth L. Swift, 74, of Lewes, formerly of Wilmington, died Thursday, March 31, 2022 at his home. Kenny was born May 16, 1947 in Wilmington, the son of the late John and Emily (Higley) Swift, and is the youngest of eight children. Kenny was a 1965 graduate of Wilmington HighRead More →

People who go fishing regularly really enjoy the feeling of waiting and reaping a big catch. However, fishing is not just about catching fish. It’s an activity that can bring many physical and mental health benefits and give you a better connection with nature, says Insider.com. Keep reading below toRead More →

Eureka, California – A coalition of environmental and fisheries groups has informed Pacific Gas and Electric (PG&E) that its two outdated dams on the Eel River violate federal endangered species law by harming salmon and rainbow trout federally protected rainbows. The five groups – Friends of the Eel River, CaliforniaRead More →

By Adrian PerronPhotographed by Jason FrankExcerpt from our April 2022 issue In the late 1980s, when interest rates on commercial production loans became too high to generate a reliable income, Valerie Beggs quit working as a freelance fashion designer and started doing construction. Before the first job of her three-monthRead More →

If you’re like many deer hunters, the last time you touched your shotgun was several months ago, at the end of deer season, when you gave it a quick squirt. gun oil, wiped it off and put it in your gun cabinet. If you take a quick look at yourRead More →

The fishing industry is taking on a new practical role in collecting data on herring, mackerel and blue whiting stocks. Since the 1970s, the Scottish Government has collected data on catches of pelagic species, mainly from fish obtained from processors when vessels land their catches. Now fishermen will take fishRead More →

Wellsboro – An International Fly Fishing Film Festival is two weekend activities in one: a fly fishing experience while watching an entertaining show. Hosted by Trout Unlimited Tiadaghton Chapter #688 of Tioga County, the festival showcases the work of professional filmmakers from around the world as they showcase the passion,Read More →

GRAND RAPIDS – The ice fishing season continues to be successful in the region. Brad Cox of Buck’s Country Bait store in LeRoy reports that all lakes continue to do well for panfish, including Rose Lake. In Mecosta County, “I’m doing well in Haymarsh but I live near Hillview Lake,”Read More →

Ice fishing language If you’ve ever ice fished, you might have noticed that ice fishermen practically speak their own language. To clear up any confusion, we thought we’d cover some commonly used terms that you might hear thrown around the next time you’re on the ice. Enjoy! Spikes – bottleRead More →