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  • Battle Brewing over N.C. Flounder Limits

    August 31, 2015

    By Russ Lay, The Outer Banks Voice Yet another clash between commercial and recreational fishing interests is coming to a showdown, this time over southern flounder and it now involves the North Carolina General Assembly. On Aug. 20, 13 legislators, led by Sen. Bill Cook, R-Beaufort, sent a letter to Division of Environmental and Natural […]

  • Keep America Fishing Seeks Fish Aggregating Device off South Florida

    This is the Situation Thanks to the efforts of concerned south Florida anglers, and especially Bruce Marx and Rodney Barreto, the Bent Range Marker was saved from demolition. Unfortunately, it took the unannounced demolition of the Biscayne Channel (“Bug”) Light on a Sunday afternoon to raise the necessary awareness for the fishing community to rally […]

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    “The Southern Fishing Report” By Ken Sturdivant 8-30

    “The Southern Fishing Report” By Ken Sturdivant 106 Hickory Ridge Cumming Georgia 30040 770 889 2654 August 28, 2015 LAKE LANIER IS DOWN 3.3 FEET, CLEAR & LOW 80’S Bass fishing is barely fair with the full moon. There is a very limited top water bite early each morning in the creeks. Small top […]

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    Virginia Beach Sportfishing Rundown 8-30

    Virginia Beach Sportfishing Rundown By Dr. Julie Ball IGFA Representative, Virginia Beach 28 Aug 2015 As we cruise towards the end of summer, the heat is starting to give way to some cooler winds from the North. This gusty weather can make getting out on the water a challenge. Calmer conditions over […]

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    Summertime Means Topwater Time for this Bass Pro

    August 20, 2015

    Summertime Means Topwater Time for this Bass Pro Fishin’ Vol. 8, No. 8 This past May, while practicing for the Bassmaster® Elite tournament at Lake Havasu, Brandon Palaniuk tied on a big topwater lure to use in the ultra-clear water. The Yamaha Pro finished 10th in the event, and now, three months later, he still […]