Anglers are fighting to restore Florida’s estuaries. They won’t quit, no matter how many years it takes.
Let me be clear about something before I even begin here… Mother nature hates cameras. Seriously, she does. See a whale breach 20 times? As
Some 17 months after Hurricane Ian made landfall, life is slowly returning to normal. And the fishing? It’s as good as it ever was.
New speckled trout limits are taking a proactive approach.
Say goodbye to the winter doldrums with a bent rod by chasing one of these favorite species this March. Here’s where to score.
Louisiana’s coast gets a glimmer of hope for limited protection from the foreign menhaden fleet.
Spawning fish returning to the Chesapeake will get a break from fishing pressure this season.
No-target closures will hurt a lot of people and won’t do much for the bass, but that doesn’t mean they aren’t coming.
The new mobile app will now integrate with Yamaha outboards and control systems to make boating even easier.
The 4.3-liter outboard boasts a more displacement, longer stroke and bigger intake and exhaust valves than the Yamaha F300.
A brief puzzle over the identity of the rarely seen species, which was promptly released, is solved with good photos and well-worn reference books.
A first-time blackfish angler hooks the fish of a lifetime, but lightning strikes twice for the captain.
Tom Richardson, host of Explore New England and former Salt Water Sportsman editor, shares some of his favorite memories of Barry Gibson.
West Coast Editor Jim Hendricks shares fond memories of Salt Water Sportsman great Barry Gibson.
Rip Cunningham shares some of his favorite memories of Barry Gibson, a Salt Water Sportsman legend.
The surf-fishing tournament, spanning close to two months, has upper Gulf anglers thrilled to hit the beaches.