Fishing: Rod and Reel

By Darby Krajicek | Everything Fishing

Massive Two-Ton Fish Species Discovered

It took scientists four years to find the newest species of the world’s largest bony fish.<p>A new species of enormous ocean sunfish was discovered after an intensive search, making it the first species of this type of fish to be identified in 130 years.<p>Despite being the largest bony fish in the world …

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Beachgoers warned after creepy looking fish appears in Virginia Beach

Visitors planning to stop at Virginia Beach are being warned to be on the lookout for a decidedly strange looking fish recently spotted near the shore

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Corpus Christi man catches massive 13-foot-long hammerhead shark off the coast of Padre Island

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Man catches 400-pound fish with a wrench

A St. Petersburg, Florida, man caught a 400-pound fish with a lure made out of wrench. CNN affiliate WFTS reports.




Avery crushes huge bass on barbie pole!


Supersized big fish: 22 record breaking rod snappers, in pictures


Life On The Lake

This set is about anglers, fishers, hunters. I have always admired their hard work and dedication to catch fishes, so I decided to show some pictures.<p>…

Five Super-Light Microskiff Fishing Machines

The line between <b>small flats skiff</b> and microskiff frequently blurs among anglers and even boatbuilders. This peculiar breed of petite boat often draws …


10 Tips for Fly-Fishing Small Mountain Streams

Written by: Jared Zissu<p>Although I have been struggling to catch trout on the Battenkill, my small-stream game has been improving. One thing that …


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Neolithic fishing spear found during tunnel construction

<b>Published on</b> May 7th, 2015 | <i>by Admin</i><p>0<p>“It was found obliquely embedded in the seafloor and must have been lost during fishing at some point in the …

Clever Ice Auger Engine turned into lake racer! Funny vid!

This Lake Cart is driven by a 3 HP Jiffy Engine that can reach speeds over 40 mph. Genius idea as most augers are used about .5% of the time. Many …

Delighted Stingray Flaps Its Wings Like A Tail-Wagging Dog, Gets A Treat

When a group of tourists set out to enjoy the clear waters of Maldives, they met one very happy, unexpectedly talented resident.<p>Watch the video above to see a stingray slide up a ramp to receive a treat, flapping its wings like a happy dog wagging its tail.<p>H/t Rumble Viral


Deeper Fishfinder

Odds are you take your phone with you fishing — despite the possibility of it getting wet — so you might as well make it useful. The Deeper …

The World's Most Expensive Yachts (And The Billionaires Who Own Them)

Mexico investigates mass fish death in lagoon

At least 48 tonnes of fish have turned up dead in a lagoon in western Mexico and authorities are investigating whether wastewater treatment plants are to blame.<p>On Monday, fishermen used shovels, wheel-carts and trucks to pull tonnes of dead fish out of the Cajititlan lagoon that has been the scene …


Giant Amazon fish 'locally extinct' due to overfishing

Reporter, BBC Nature<p>A 10ft (3m) long fish which used to dominate the Amazon river has been fished to extinction in a number of areas, scientists have revealed.<p>Arapaima populations were found to be extinct in eight of the 41 communities studied, and extremely low on average.<p>Fishermen were trained to …

Study: Deforestation leaves fish undersized and underfed

The role forest matter plays in aquatic food chains is a relatively recent discovery<p><b>Deforestation is reducing the amount of leaf litter falling into rivers and lakes, resulting in less food being available to fish, a study suggests.</b><p>Researchers found the amount of food available affected the size of …

Fishing, Chinese medicine, and a crazy-looking snout are driving sawfish to extinction

For millennia, the sawfish could comfortably claim to have won the evolutionary lottery. Its long, saw-shaped snout is lined with teeth and so packed with nerves that it detects the slightest of movements, enabling the ray-like creature to impale or bludgeon passing prey in a single swipe as it …

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Scientist Names Blind Fish with Neck Anus after His Favorite Team - Inkfish

By Elizabeth Preston | June 3, 2014 8:15 am<p>In what might be considered a mixed message outside of the ichthyology world, scientists have named a new …

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