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  • Vendor selected for Atlantic surfclam and ocean quahog cage tags
    Vendor selected for Atlantic surfclam and ocean quahog cage tags
    Anyone with an individual transfer quota for Atlantic surfclams and ocean quahogs next year will have to get in touch with the National Band & Tag Company (NBTC). The National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS) of the National Oceanic &...
  • Streamsong Resort fishing and golfing conservation makes it possible
    Streamsong Resort fishing and golfing conservation makes it possible
    Tom Bie over at The Drake Magazine spills the secret about the mid-Florida bass fishing bonanza that is the Streamsong Resort which opened in 2013. Near Polk County, in Bowling Green: The legendary 54-hole golf course and 21 lakes of fishing all &...
  • Float-N-Fly
    Float-N-Fly for smallmouth bass
    Savvy anglers know that when the water temperature reaches 52 degrees smallmouth bass begin to migrate out of the creek channels and into the main lake. “When the water is 56 or even 54, the smallmouth all run back in the creeks and they...
  • NOAA taking ideas on vessel ID and navigational charting
    NOAA taking ideas on vessel ID and navigational charting
    The National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) at the United States Department of Commerce is taking public comment on a few of its nautical requirements. NOAA announced the public comment periods in the Federal Register of Friday,...
  • Ocean acidification poses unknown threat to coastal fishing
    Ocean acidification poses unknown threat to coastal fishing
    Ocean acidification is causing tremendous harm to coastal fishing. So says a review of studies released by the Government Accountability Office (GAO) on Tuesday, Oct. 14, 2014. The GAO reviewed six reports and the federal government's...
  • Georgia Coast Bull Redfish
    Bull fighting redfish on the coast - Georgia's Golden Isles
    Pamplona has its running of the bulls and a host of other Spanish towns feature bull rings. But that bull fighting is very different from battling the “bulls” that run off the beaches of Georgia’s Golden Isles in the late summer...
  • Traditional trout season to close October 15th
    Traditional trout season to close October 15th
    For anglers who like to fly fish for trout, the end of the traditional season is coming. The general statewide regulations for trout (brook, brown, rainbow, hybrids, and splake - a brook trout / lake trout cross) will close on Wednesday, October...
  • Prospect for fall-run salmonids with the bunny leech
    Prospect for fall-run salmonids with the bunny leech
    As chill nighttime temperatures coax autumn leaves to reveal the fiery hues hidden under their green summer coats, river water temps drop correspondingly. This combination of lowered water temps and shortened periods of daylight triggers salmon...
  • Southern tier fly fishing: October fly fishing, BC Flyfishers
    Southern tier fly fishing: October fly fishing, BC Flyfishers
    Fall is fully entrenched. Peak colors can be seen in the hills and water temps are cooling but not as fast as nightly lows. Heavy fog is common in the river valleys as warmwater rivers release their latent heat. Fallen leaves are becoming a pain...
  • AFC 3rd Annual Space Coast Surf Fishing Tournament Has Started
    AFC 3rd Annual Space Coast Surf Fishing Tournament Has Started
    Melbourne, FL – October 12, 2014 – The game is on! The 3rd Annual Anglers for Conservation Space Coast Surf Fishing Tournament started on Friday night at Harry Goode’s Outdoor Shop at the Anglers Meeting.This charity catch and...
  • Snag a great deal at Cortland Line Factory Store sale
    Snag a great deal at Cortland Line Factory Store sale
    Cortland Line has a factory store that features a wide range of fly fishing products. The store offers Cortland fly rods, reels, backing, leaders, tippet, and their world-famous fly lines along with a good selection of fly tying materials, flies,...
  • Ring Line Cutter
    Angler invents problem solving fishing line cutter
    Necessity is the mother of invention and no one is better at it than fishermen. One Texas angler solved his problems associated with cutting fishing line by creating a cutter in a ring That’s right, a ring that you wear on your finger.With...
  • Reno Orvis Event Day set for Oct. 18
    Check out free BBQ, beer, seminars and more at Reno Orvis Oct. 18!
    It's time for Fall Orvis Days at all Orvis stores and that means events are set at Reno Orvis. This year, the store located at the Sierra Summit Mall in South Reno, is hosting a day filled with fun, games and a free BBQ on Oct. 18.Kicking off...
  • Southern tier fly fishing: Fall fly fishing report
    Southern tier fly fishing: Fall fly fishing report
    It's been a nice fall so far, but that is somewhat dependent on one's fishing outlook. The weather has been relatively dry, which has been great for warmwater river fishermen, but not so good for fishermen looking for a piece of the...
  • Asian Silver Carp DNA Testing
    It Had To Happen: Silver Carp DNA Found in Michigan rivers
    We all knew we'd be reading this someday, didn't we?The Michigan Department of Natural Resources (MDNR) and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) are collaborating to assess a recent positive environmental DNA (eDNA) result for silver...