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Andy Poss was watching Animal Planet when he came up with the idea for the Alabama Rig, which has caught on with anglers and now lure-makers at ICAST. Stories

Alabama Rig Dominates ICAST

Steve Wright, OutdoorChannel.com

Andy Poss was watching Animal Planet when he came up with the idea for the Alabama Rig, which...

Normally, running wide open toward a bunch of herons and egrets standing ankle-deep qualifies you as certifiably insane. But for every rule, exceptions exist. Capt. Greg DeVault had no intention of harming the birds, and running an airboat allows him to get over skinny water to the fishing spots. Stories

Air Heads

David A. Brown, OutdoorChannel.com

Normally, running wide open toward a bunch of herons and egrets standing ankle-deep qualifies...

Our seven-member Bahamas bonefish tagging group anxiously waits for news that someone in South has recaptured one of the 71 fish we tagged in a week-long expedition last June. Stories

Against Odds, Tags Help Anglers Recapture Bonefish

Susan Cocking, McClatchy Newspapers

Our seven-member Bahamas bonefish tagging group anxiously waits for news that someone in South...

Chatt Martin displays a crappie he caught at Clinton Lake in Lawrence, Kansas, May 18, 2008. Martin has a kaleidoscope of colors in his tackle box full of tube jigs when he chases big crappies at Clinton Lake and other eastern Kansas reservoirs. Stories

Abundance and Size of Crappies make Eastern Kansas a Fishing Paradise

Brent Frazee, McClatchy Newspapers

Chatt Martin displays a crappie he caught at Clinton Lake in Lawrence, Kansas, May 18, 2008....

One Major League Fishing angler caught nearly 60 pounds of bass on the first day of competition using the Alabama rig. His performance with the popular, yet somewhat controversial, bait will be featured during the first episode in primetime, Thursday, March 29, at 9:00 p.m. ET on Outdoor Channel. Stories

A-Rig Dominates Episode One

Major League Fishing Communications

One Major League Fishing angler caught nearly 60 pounds of bass on the first day of...

Anglers fish the pool under the white water roaring over the dam on 18 Mile Creek in western New York. Stories

A Place Where Big Trout Grow

Eric Sharp, Detroit Free Press

Anglers fish the pool under the white water roaring over the dam on 18 Mile Creek in western...

Day three saw a lot of action and a lot of firsts - first fish, first hammerhead, and the first tie. For the first time in a Madfin Shark Tournament event, there's a tie. A one-day fish-off at a later date will determine the winner. Stories

A Day Of Firsts

Mike Holliday, OutdoorChannel.com

Day three saw a lot of action and a lot of firsts - first fish, first hammerhead, and the...

Rodney Ply's 68-pound striper that could earn him life-changing payday in Mustad's Hook A Million contest is caught in certification limbo. Stories

A $1.1 Million Fish Story

Jay Kumar, OutdoorChannel.com

Rodney Ply's 68-pound striper that could earn him life-changing payday in Mustad's Hook A...

Nine-year-old Noah Smith represents at least the fourth generation in a long line of fishermen and the first among them to catch a gar. Stories

9-Year-Old Scores Spotted Gar Record in Indiana

Indiana Department of Natural Resources

Nine-year-old Noah Smith represents at least the fourth generation in a long line of fishermen...

With heavy winds blowing the entire time, the first two days of the 2012 Madfin Shark Tournament offered challenging fishing conditions. So when the event ended in a tie, both teams qualifying for the one-day fish-off felt they'd catch considerably more sharks in better weather. Stories

2012 Madfin Final a Blowout

Mike Holliday, OutdoorChannel.com

With heavy winds blowing the entire time, the first two days of the 2012 Madfin Shark...

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