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Pending official verification by the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency, angler Gabe Keen broke a legendary record that has been etched in Tennessee fishing history for more than 60 years. He captured a largemouth bass larger than any other ever in the Volunteer State on Lake Chickamauga. The huge Read More…

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Many of America’s 11 million saltwater anglers are praising a bill filed recently by U.S. Senators Bill Nelson (D-Fla.), Marco Rubio (R-Fla.), Joe Manchin (D-W.Va.) and Jerry Moran (R-Kan.) that seeks to clear the way for full implementation of a landmark law to raise protections for billfish. Read More…

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To encourage the taking of coyotes from March to August, the Georgia Department of Natural Resources’ Wildlife Resources Division is introducing the Georgia Coyote Challenge. Each coyote killed, up to five (5) a month per hunter/trapper, will earn an entry into a monthly drawing for a lifetime Read More…

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The Sportsmen’s Alliance Foundation, the Alaska Professional Hunters Association, and two rural Alaskans recently filed suit against the federal government seeking to overturn two Obama-era restrictions governing the management of National Wildlife Refuge and National Preserve lands within Read More…

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Winter is prime time for South Florida fishing in Everglades National Park, and many state residents tap the fishing at that time because snook and redfish are abundant, and mosquitoes and other bugs are at a minimum. Capt. Peter Lopez and Capt. Bryan Limsang set out on a trek to the Glades, Read More…

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You’ve surely seen those videos from the upper Midwest of high-leaping fish slamming into boaters and water-skiers, as the folks swat them, catch them in nets, or arrow them as they arch across the sky. The high-leaping silvery fish are Asian silver or bighead carp, which have taken over huge Read More…

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Since 2011 “Operation Outdoor Freedom” has enabled over 2,500 wounded Florida veterans to enjoy free hunting and fishing events, and the state is now accepting registration from eligible vets to participate in forthcoming events around the state. The Florida Forest Service, a division of Read More…

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A Florida man was fishing when the catfish he pulled from the water hit him in the face and caused an eye injury that has kept him from working for almost two-and-a-half months. Kory Williams, 29, was fishing in Sarasota when he gave his rod a jerk after feeling a tug from the water. Williams[.....]