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 Rick Whitley and his Florida-record bluefin tuna, along with Capt. Joey Birbeck and mates DennisHuge Tuna Among 5 Saltwater State Records Approved in Florida

Huge Tuna Among 5 Saltwater State Records Approved in Florida

Rick Whitley and his Florida-record bluefin tuna, along with Capt. Joey Birbeck and mates

Game & Fish Online Staff

 Photo By Polly Dean

The Chandeleur Islands, off the Mississippi and Louisiana coasts, are inChandeleur Islands are Last True Frontier

Chandeleur Islands are Last True Frontier

Photo By Polly Dean The Chandeleur Islands, off the Mississippi and Louisiana coasts, are in

Polly Dean

 Chesapeake Bay offers great later-summer fishing for red drum and other species. (Photo by RonQuick Trip: Summer Saltwater Fishing on Chesapeake Bay

Quick Trip: Summer Saltwater Fishing on Chesapeake Bay

Chesapeake Bay offers great later-summer fishing for red drum and other species. (Photo by Ron

Mark Fike

 Sea bass numbers are on the rise in most areas. Sea bass are a blast to catch and wonderful tableSpring Black Sea Bass Bonanza

Spring Black Sea Bass Bonanza

Sea bass numbers are on the rise in most areas. Sea bass are a blast to catch and wonderful

Tom Migdalski

From the Red River to the Rio Grande, there is plenty of action for Texas saltwater wade-fishing.Wade-Fishing Tactics in Texas Saltwater

Wade-Fishing Tactics in Texas Saltwater

From the Red River to the Rio Grande, there is plenty of action for Texas saltwater

Robert Sloan

Test your tackle against North Carolina sheepshead, red drum, flounder or pompano for some greatGreat N.C. Summer Saltwater Fishing Trips

Great N.C. Summer Saltwater Fishing Trips

Test your tackle against North Carolina sheepshead, red drum, flounder or pompano for some

Mike Marsh

 Shallow water summertime action is heating up for those who are willing to get out early or staySouth Carolina's Best Inshore Fishing

South Carolina's Best Inshore Fishing

Shallow water summertime action is heating up for those who are willing to get out early or

Captain John Gribb

 Sea trout abound along the coast of Florida. (Photo By Ron Sinfelt)

Whether from a boat, a pierInshore Hotspots, Techniques Along Florida Coast

Inshore Hotspots, Techniques Along Florida Coast

Sea trout abound along the coast of Florida. (Photo By Ron Sinfelt) Whether from a boat, a

Carolee Boyles

 Locating nutrients, like chlorophyll, is a key element to combine with water temperatures from 595 Tips for More Tuna

5 Tips for More Tuna

Locating nutrients, like chlorophyll, is a key element to combine with water temperatures

Scott Haugen

 Redfish are easily fooled using loud baits; even flies which incorporate rattle chambersRattle Up Redfish With These Lures

Rattle Up Redfish With These Lures

Redfish are easily fooled using loud baits; even flies which incorporate rattle chambers

Mike Marsh

 Warming water temperatures in May cause a rapid increase in the inshore bite for many species.The Best of North Carolina Summer Saltwater Fishing

The Best of North Carolina Summer Saltwater Fishing

Warming water temperatures in May cause a rapid increase in the inshore bite for many species.

Craig Holt

 There are numerous piers across Florida, where anglers can pursue fish. (Photo by RichardFlorida Pier Fishing: No Boat? No Problem!

Florida Pier Fishing: No Boat? No Problem!

There are numerous piers across Florida, where anglers can pursue fish. (Photo by Richard

John Felsher

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