Following the trends of today's tackle and you can see how it evolves into the tools and knives fisherman use. While offshore trolling tools are still skewed towards cutting mono, the new braids and superlines are reshaping many tools used by today's crews. Here are a few new tools that
New Technology Makes Stabilization A Reality For Small Boats
Until now, owners of smaller boats put up with a rolling vessel in rough weather, or simply stayed ashore. With the recent launch of the state-of-the-art Seakeeper 5, they now enjoy the comfort and safety of gyro stabilization, in a wide range
Birmingham, Ala- A federal judge yesterday(Jan 28, 2015) sentenced three south Alabama family members to prison for running a scheme to steal more than $3 million from the claims fund established by British Petroleum for victims of the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill, announced U.S. Attorney Joyce White Vance and
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52nd Buccaneer Cup is History!
After months of preparation, the 52nd Annual Buccaneer Cup Sailfish Release Tournament was held on January 23 and 24, 2015. The Captain Meeting and Party at the legendary Buccaneer Restaurant and Marina has become a gathering place for competition teams to hoist a few drinks, snack
The first three weeks in January are prime tournament time in Florida with teams competing from Ft. Pierce to Key Largo. This year Captain Jimmy Garner has led his Wrenegade team to a first and second place finish. Captain Garner explains, "You have to be 80% or better with your
Corpus Christie, Texas - The Coast Guard interdicted a Mexican fishing crew attempting to poach red snapper in South Texas Saturday night.
At approximately 7 p.m. Saturday, the crew aboard the Coast Guard Cutter Amberjack sighted a Mexican fishing boat, also known as a lancha, heading north in U.S. waters.
2014 Tagging Award Winners
The 2014 dolphinfish tagging activity was surprisingly strong. Anglers tagged an amazing 2,096 fish during 2014. This is the second-highest number tagged in a single year and comes just two years after the Dolphinfish Research Program (DRP) experienced its lowest tagging activity, in 2012. The increase in
[caption id="attachment_20571" align="aligncenter" width="600"] New Jersey is a fine striper destination. Tough on drag, easy on the palate.[/caption]
New Jersey boasts a long, influential position in the history of sportfishing. In addition to the many captains and crews who earned their stripes fishing the Garden State, New Jersey is home to
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By Mike Calabrese- For over a week now, most boats fishing the waters of Isla Mujeres have been on the receiving end of steady Sailfish action. While the bite has moved a bit further north, the fleet is consistently getting 25+ shots a day.