"Fishing" Blogs & Blog Posts

Life Through My EyesLife Through My Eyes

A journey of life and living as seen through my eyes.

 
Great Canadian FishingGreat Canadian Fishing

Ignace Outposts is located in the heart of Northwestern Ontario. Our fly-in...

 
The Man Cave!The Man Cave!

A clean blog for men. It features photographs of babes (not x-rated, not nu...

 
Armadillo Communications SouthArmadillo Communications South

ACS Media provides outdoors editorial, product reviews, photography and vid...

 
Sea Fishing and Walking in the UKSea Fishing and Walking in the UK

Sea fishing and fell walking around the North West of the UK (Lancashire, M...

 
What's Happening in MichiganWhat's Happening in Michigan

Welcome to What's Happening in Michigan, your new online guide to even...

 


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A fisherman who fell overboard managed to use the reflection off his watch face to signal a boat and be rescued. A story right out of an adventure magazine! It seems an unnamed fisherman was reeling in a Marlin when he fell overboard. — Read th...

HASTINGS, England — Ever since she was old enough to walk, Terrilea Coglan was climbing aboard fishing boats that set sail each morning from the rocky beachfront of Hastings to harvest the key ingredient in Britain’s most iconic dish: fish and ch...

Fortuna Cools, a company from the Philippines, makes nutshell coolers out of coconut waste instead of expanded polystyrene foam...

  A large wild Australian bass, caught in the freshwater reaches of an East Coast river. Caught in late March (early autumn), on a lure with a barbless hook, this female fish was making her way down to the estuary for winter spawning. She was c...

Two men were fishing 12 miles off the coast of Australia earlier this month when they were stung by a rare, dime-sized Irukandji jellyfish — one of the most venomous sea creatures in the world. As a sting from the nearly invisible jellyfish can cau...

China is brutally enforcing its claim to seas far to the south of its mainland, wreaking havoc with fishermen from the Philippines, Vietnam, Japan, and other countries, who have used the waters for generations. Journalists witnessed the harassment...

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