"Fishing" Blogs & Blog Posts

The Man Cave!The Man Cave!

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

 
Great Canadian FishingGreat Canadian Fishing

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

 
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...

 
Life Through My EyesLife Through My Eyes

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

 
What's Happening in MichiganWhat's Happening in Michigan

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

 
Armadillo Communications SouthArmadillo Communications South

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

 


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It’s well known that industrial fishing is bad for the environment and bad for the fishers involved in it. A local fisherman, Paolo Fanciulli, had enough of the industrial fishing in their area and decided to fight it using art. Fanciulli creat...

 Remains of a once busy and popular fishing center. Now it's colorful and quiet.Click link below to purchase art itemsFine Art AmericaContact me at trbanderas@aol.com for more infoPosted 1 hour ago by Terry Banderas...

Back in my day, if the bait shop wasn't an option, you could always get some fishing worms by going grunting with a notched stick. The pros take it to the next level: The Cadillac of prefab worm grunting for personal use is the Worm Gitter,...

NSWDPI mapApprox. 7.5km south of the Tweed Heads river entrance, situated between Cook Island Nature reserve and Wommin Bay, this purpose-built artificial reef is being installed at a depth of 25 metres.It is hoped that installation will be complete...

Ocean inlet allows peaceful boating time. Ink and watercolor.Click link below to purchase art itemsFine Art America...

With their massive wingspans and high speed, albatrosses fly across the seas in search of food. That's why marine ornithologist Henri Weimerskirch of the French National Center for Scientific Research calls the birds the “sentinels of the sea" and...

I did not know how much joy ice fishing in Kazakhstan could possibly bring me until I watched this video of an amazing and talented fisherman in the icy-cold former Soviet republic fish through the ice like a damn boss. Two goats follow him along o...