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state record swordfish

What’s a State Record Swordfish Worth? $325,000!

by Game & Fish Staff 0

For most anglers, time on the water is pretty valuable. For one South Carolina man it led to a state… more »

fishing guides

Dream Job: ‘We Love the Work,’ Says Fishing Guides

by Judy Bishop Jurek 0

Here’s the story behind two Texas outdoorsmen who are making a living doing what they love most — they’re fishing… more »

circle hooks for catfish

Why You Should Use Circle Hooks for Catfish

by Keith Sutton 0

Using circle hooks for catfish can result in more hook-ups and reduce mortality of caught-and-released fish. By Keith “Catfish” Sutton… more »

best bass fishing

Best Bass Fishing: Think Big Fish, Small Lakes

by Paul Moore 0

While the big lakes and reservoirs get the tournaments and the press, some of the best bass fishing can be… more »

Baffin Bay

Baffin Bay: Flounder, Redfish, Trout on the Rocks

by Robert Sloan 0

If you are catching flounder, redfish and speckled trout on the rocks, you must be fishing Baffin Bay. Here’s why…. more »

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Wow! Huge Record Hybrid Striped Bass Caught in Illinois

by Scott Bernarde 0

It’s been a stellar fishing year so far in Illinois, where a 21-plus-pound record hybrid striped bass was recently caught. Seven new… more »

New York Trout Stream

A Trout Stream for a Lifetime

by J. Michael Kelly 0

When you have found the river or creek that matches your angling persona, you will know it. If the stream in… more »

New England trout

6 Summer Trout Trips in New England

by Al Raychard 0

If catching New England trout is on your to-do list, now is the time to go fishing. Here are some suggestions…. more »

best bass fishing

Best Bass Fishing in Louisiana’s Bayou Rivers

by Kody Chase 0

While there are a lot of great bass lakes throughout Louisiana, some of the best bass fishing can be found… more »

nighttime crappie

6 Tips for Nighttime Crappie

by Keith Sutton 0

Fishing for nighttime crappie gets you out of the summer heat and puts more fish in the cooler. By Keith… more »

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