Recreational fishermen put up some big numbers in 2004. According to "Fisheries of the United States 2004," a recent report from the National Marine Fisheries Service, 14 million anglers took 82 million trips and caught 441 million fish-55 percent of which were released alive. Not a exactly a bad year's fishing. Overall, recreational catches increased 18 percent since 1995. Here's a breakdown (not including the data from Puerto Rico) of who caught what-and the most-in 2004.