Orvis Podcast: Why Young People Fly Fish
Tom Rosenbauer is doing a two-part podcast diving into why fly fishing is suddenly popular among young people. The post Orvis Podcast: Why Young People Fly F...
Menhaden fleet provides flashback in Lewes history
Although the industry has roots as far back as the late 19th century in Lewes, it was Otis Smith, who was also elected mayor, who revolutionized the industry...
Port aux Basques declares state of emergency as Hurricane...
A social media post by former provincial cabinet minister Steve Kent claiming one person had been swept out to sea in Port aux Basques because of Hurricane F...
These young black men catch more than lobsters. They also...
At 15, Cristiano Silva thought he might spend the summer working at a McDonald’s near his home on the outskirts of Portland, Maine, and help with house...
Southeastern fishery closures floated for 2023 federal ri...
Don’t call them “proposals,” but four draft packages arose this week in high-level brainstorming sessions among scientists and fishers on the National Oceani...
Hundreds of thousands without power in Atlantic Canada as...
Hundreds of thousands of customers in eastern Canada are without power as post-tropical storm Fiona brings intense, hurricane-strength winds and torrential r...
Learn to Love Small Fish Again
I had the chance to write a fun story for Hatch Magazine about my rekindled love with small trout. The post Learn to Love Small Fish Again appeared first on ...
‘This is going to be a bad one’: Newfoundland’s hardy fis...
Andy Francis points to the sky, where low-lying clouds race north. Francis, like so many Newfoundlanders along the island’s southwestern shore, comes f...
Canadian Hurricane Centre says Hurricane Fiona will be ‘h...
The Canadian Hurricane Centre says Hurricane Fiona will make landfall in eastern Nova Scotia as a powerful post-tropical storm early Saturday. In a Friday af...
Plans to increase no-fish zones in Great Sandy Marine Par...
It is considered a win for conservationists and recreational fishers, but seafood lovers and commercial fisheries will pay the price for proposed changes to ...
Ocean City Presses Fight Against Offshore Wind Farm
The city has intensified its criticism of plans by developer Orsted, a Danish energy company, to run a transmission line under Ocean City’s streets to connec...
Deadliest Catch Vessels Burn Through a Staggering Amount ...
Andy Hillstrand spoke about his famed “Deadliest Catch” vessel Time Bandit in an interview with Dockworld. And yes, his knowledge of the crabbing...
SEA-NL recommends electronic auction pilot project for 20...
Seaward Enterprises Association of Newfoundland and Labrador recommends the introduction of an electronic auction pilot project for the 2023 fishing season t...
“It’s a step too far for us” – New Jersey lawmakers advan...
When it comes to renewable energy, solar power and wind turbines hog all the headlines. Thursday, legislators advanced Assemblyman Robert Karabinchak’s bill ...
Deer Hair Fly Tying Tips and Tricks
This story from Christopher Helm in Fly Fisherman Magazine is a great primer to help you become more adept at tying with deer hair. The post Deer Hair Fly Ty...
Story: Patagonia’s Endless Summer
If you've ever wondered why Patagonia has such a magical hold over the minds of so many anglers, then you need to read to this story from Louis Cahill. The p...
F/V Aleutian Isle: Fishing vessel lifted out of orca wate...
A salvage team successfully lifted the F/V Aleutian Isle onto a barge Wednesday afternoon, more than five weeks after the fishing boat sank into the depths o...
Maine lobstermen say ‘red listing’ a threat to their live...
“I truly believe the lobstermen have done everything we’ve been asked by National Marine Fisheries and the DMR,” said Gerry Cushman, who has been lobst...
Shrimp boat found capsized in Lake Pontchartrain; 1 dead,...
U.S. Coast Guard members found a capsized shrimp boat with two boaters, one dead and one injured in Lake Pontchartrain Thursday morning, according to a socia...
Hurricane Fiona threatens severe impacts across Atlantic ...
Hurricane Fiona is roaring through the western Atlantic Ocean as a powerful Category 4 storm. The hurricane will brush Bermuda overnight Thursday before thre...
Shetland fishermen on the big screen in campaign to highl...
Scottish fishermen are playing a starring role in a new television advert for a nationwide campaign to support sustainable fishing practices and promote heal...
Lobstermen Don’t Deserve Monterey Bay Rating
This past February Monterey Bay hinted it might consider red listing Northeast lobster, not because the fishery isn’t healthy but because of the danger of en...
Louisiana Shrimpers want lobbyist to help voice their con...
The Louisiana Shrimp Association is fighting back against imported shrimp and their goal is to save their livelihood. They want their voices to be heard in W...
Is Florida the New Amazon?
Exotic, nonnative fish are as much a part of Florida's fishing as tarpon in Key West. The post Is Florida the New Amazon? appeared first on MidCurrent .
ASA to Increase Fly Fishing Focus at ICAST
The International Convention of Allied Sportfishing Trades is one of the biggest fishing tradeshows in the world, but it traditionally has a small fly fishin...
Four Generations at Hickey Brothers Fishery
When Hickey’s grandfather, Martin Hickey, sold land to build the town hall, he moved the Kilgore house, built in 1860, to a site across from The Ridges Sanct...
Athearn Marine Agency Boat of the Week: 74′ Steel Scallop...
To review specifications, information, and 38 photos’, >click here<, To see all the boats in this series >click here< 13:00
Digby County lobster boat wedding adds extra love to brid...
Ontario resident Gypsy Provost-Larocque always had a major dream in life. She wanted to visit Nova Scotia because she wanted to see the ocean. To be near it....
Fresh Off the Boat: Dogfish Available to Local Fish Lover...
For a number of years now, the spiny dogfish has been a mainstay of the town’s commercial fishing fleet. Along with skate, it is by far the largest spe...
Lobstermen vs Whales?
To: Scientists at the Monterey Bay Aquarium. From: Uncle Joe. Subject: The Scientific Method. Dear scientific friends from away, I am not a scientist, althou...
Underlining and Overlining Rods
In the most recent video in the Basic Fly Fishing Tips series from Orvis, Tom Rosenbauer talks about over or underlining fly rods. The post Underlining and O...
Mayflies Are in Trouble
Mayflies are the oldest winged insect in the world, and they're currently in decline all across the globe. The post Mayflies Are in Trouble appeared first on...
Future of right whale safe fishing gear could be in South...
Getting heavy ropes out of the water column in Atlantic Coast saltwater fisheries is key to averting the extinction in our lifetimes of the North Atlantic ri...
F/V Joanna C: Fishermen deaths were accidental, inquest says
Two fisherman died accidentally when their trawler capsized and life raft failed to inflate, an inquest has concluded. The 45ft scalloping vessel capsized af...
This National Lobster Day, Sept. 25th, Help Support the M...
The Maine Lobster fishery is one of the most sustainable fisheries in the world, thanks to the hard work by generations of lobstermen to protect both the lob...
Fishing No Longer a Viable Career for Aran Islanders
Several leading Aran Island fishers have spoken of how impossible it is for family businesses to continue fishing due to Brexit-related quota losses and esca...
1 of every 70 jobs in Louisiana is in seafood. Many of th...
Stacks of crab traps and fishing nets lay idle on the shoreline. Occasionally, there is the whir of a propeller, which barely registers above the sound of wi...
Coast Guard responding in wake of Hurricane Fiona, contin...
Personnel from the Seventh Coast Guard District in Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands are responding to the aftermath of Hurricane Fiona, Monday. Crews ...
FFAW, N.L. government team up in push back against lobste...
Monterey Bay Aquarium’s Seafood Watch program which runs what it calls a science-based seafood recommendation list to inform consumers, chefs, and busi...
Tying Tuesday: Tips on Soft Hackles
If you've ever wondered how to tie with soft hackles, or even what flies to use these feathers for, then this video from Fly Fishing the Ozarks is for you. T...
Story: Back to the Bighorn
In this great story for Fly Fisherman Magazine, Cathy and Barry Beck walk us through the fly fishing on Montana's Bighorn River. The post Story: Back to the ...
Fishermen sentenced for poaching paddlefish in MS lake
Two commercial fishermen from Kentucky illegally harvested paddlefish and paddlefish roe from a Mississippi lake, and it cost them their livelihood for five ...
DEM seizes 9ft tuna from Massachusetts charter they say w...
The Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management seized a 113-inch giant bluefin tuna from a Massachusetts charter boat last week and issued a crimina...
Fishermen’s deal with Swedish firm clears way for huge of...
Fishermen have traditionally opposed offshore wind farms because of the impact on their access to their fishing grounds, but a new partnership in Donegal wan...
Maine lobstermen appeal federal judge rejection of lawsuit
The Maine Lobstermen’s Association is appealing a federal judge’s ruling that rejected a lawsuit aimed at blocking new regulations designed to protect the en...
F/V Aleutian Isle: Coast Guard postpones effort to remove...
Salvage crews raised a sunken fishing boat from the bottom of the sea near San Juan Island Saturday, but they have been unable to remove enough fuel and seaw...
Story: Appropriate Feelings of Superiority
Matt Dunn put together this wonderfully fun read in The Flyfish Journal about fly fishing for striped bass in the East River in New York City. The post Story...
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