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After the dramatic announcement at the end of Day Two that no team was going to be eliminated and all four teams will carry their points into the last day of fishing, each team feels they can still win the 2012 Madfin Shark Tournament if they get a day of fishing more typical to the area waters. Stories

Four For The Final

by Mike Holliday, OutdoorChannel.com

After the dramatic announcement at the end of Day Two that no team was going to be eliminated...

With the cool season igniting east coast sailfish action, anglers will be taking to the near shore waters in search of the spindlebeak ballerinas knows as much for their acrobatic leaps, as their distinctive dorsal assembly. Stories

Flying High

David A. Brown, OutdoorChannel.com

With the cool season igniting east coast sailfish action, anglers will be taking to the near...

National Guard FLW College Fishing is headed to Sayers Lake Sept. 1-3 for the Northern Regional Championship which is being hosted by Penn State. Stories

FLW College Fishing Northern Division Headed to Sayers Lake

by FLW Outdoors

National Guard FLW College Fishing is headed to Sayers Lake Sept. 1-3 for the Northern...

I shouldn't have assumed, but when my pal Capt. Richard Seward shouted Stories

Flounder Fun

David A. Brown

I shouldn't have assumed, but when my pal Capt. Richard Seward shouted "Got one," the scenario...

DeeDee Pegg and captain Ralph Hawkins hold an amberjack that Pegg caught and released on a wreck off Golden Beach in Florida. Stories

Florida wreck fishing offers challenge

By Susan Cocking, McClatchy Newspapers

DeeDee Pegg and captain Ralph Hawkins hold an amberjack that Pegg caught and released on a...

Less than two weeks was all it took to decimate a fish population that took a half century of protective legislation to rebuild. Stories

Florida Snook Line Up for a Comeback

by Mike Holliday, OutdoorChannel.com

Less than two weeks was all it took to decimate a fish population that took a half century of...

The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) reopened state waters offshore of Escambia County to the harvest of saltwater fish, at 12:01 a.m. July 31. Stories

Florida Reopens State Waters Off Escambia County

The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) reopened state waters offshore of...

Because of the large number of oil-containment booms and cleanup equipment being deployed around the state in response to the Deepwater Horizon oil spill, the Florida FWC Boating and Waterways Section is asking boaters to slow down where oil cleanup is under way. Stories

Florida FWC encourages boaters to slow down in areas of oil cleanup efforts

Because of the large number of oil-containment booms and cleanup equipment being deployed...

Historically high flooding along the Mississippi River has driven hungry whitetail deer onto valuable agricultural fields, where they have decimated crop lands. Stories

Floodwaters Drive Deer Onto Agricultural Fields

Historically high flooding along the Mississippi River has driven hungry whitetail deer onto...

With the Mississippi River flexing its muscle, reaching record levels up and down its lower portion, the “Big River” is having a profound effect on fish and wildlife and the people who pursue them. Stories

Mississippi River Flood: Threatens Wildlife and a Way of Life

Trey Reid, OutdoorChannel.com

With the Mississippi River flexing its muscle, reaching record levels up and down its lower...

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