Archive | March, 2015

The Future for Australian Anglers

Courtesy of Capt. Tim Richardson.

The management of natural resources, whether on land or in water, is an extremely complicated endeavor. Scientists and policy makers have to take into consideration of the countless scientific, socioeconomic and even cultural factors that come into play. Successful management practices seeks to strike a balance between all of these factors and history has shown […]

2015 GREAT TUNA RACE IS READY TO GO!

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The Great Tuna Race is a two-day scientific fishing event organized by the Recreational Responsible Fishing Association in collaboration with WWF and IGFA (www.igfa.org), and will begin on May 16, 2015 in Blanes (Girona, Spain). The Great Tuna Race is a citizen-science event consisting of responsible fishing tournaments where giant bluefin tuna in the Mediterranean […]

Trouble in Louisiana’s sportsman’s paradise

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Though southern Louisiana rarely endures the nastiness winter dishes out to most of the nation, it still gets cold enough across coastal marshes to give even the hardiest speckled trout lockjaw. Die-hard speck anglers generally hang up their popping corks and topwaters and spend January and February oiling reels and changing line—except those who fish […]