Agents found Jimmy L. Brown in possession of 90 pounds of red snapper filets, 9.9 pounds of Spanish mackerel filets and 6.5 pounds of cobia chunks, and Eric J. Breaux in possession of 16 pounds of red snapper filets and 7.1 pounds of blacktip shark filets.
The annual hypoxia, or "dead zone," forecast from University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science and the University of Michigan shows that the Chesapeake Bay will host the largest dead zone this area has seen in decades.
The Department of Natural Resources will hold a public meeting on June 25 to provide updates on the Lake Superior Fishing Agreement, Lake Superior Management Plan, ongoing management activities and research, and more.
Fourteen-year-olds Andon Goins and Blake Wheat started the year fishing the Junior Bassmaster tournaments, but the Tennessee youths “graduated” to the high school series — and won the Mossy Oak Fishing Bassmaster High School Wild Card presented by Academy Sports + Outdoors by almost 4 pounds.
The Student Angler Federation, (SAF) announced today that Student anglers will compete for a share of the record $2.7 million prize purse offered at the 10th Annual High School Fishing World Finals and National Championship dual event June 19-22 on Pickwick Lake in Florence, Ala.
A partnership overseeing fish passage at Conowingo Dam reports that 81 northern snakeheads were caught in the dam’s fish lift this spring, a dramatic increase after only one snakehead was found there the past two years.
The Special Events Coordinator oversees Tampa Bay Watch’s major fundraising special events to include existing annual events like Bay Life Art Exhibition, Tarpon Rodeo & Castaway Soiree, and Evening for the Bay.
Mille Lacs provided one for the record books with the AIM Weekend Walleye SeriesWarrior Boats/Highway 3 Marine Open, as it took five fish each averaging more than 10 pounds—yup, 10—to win Jason Slipy and Jeff Sobiech $8,000 Sunday in the first Minnesota tournament qualifier this season.