"Fishing" Blogs & Blog Posts

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.

 
Armadillo Communications SouthArmadillo Communications South

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

 
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...

 
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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“Life should not only be lived, it should be celebrated.” Osho so perfectly reminds us of this. This quote it’s such a perfect way to start today’s post. I talk about living life, being in the moment a lot but it’s also equally as important...

The UK will be banning commercial fishing in approximately one million kilometres of their ocean waters. The country is expanding their marine protection areas in the Atlantic and Pacific around the British Overseas Territories. This is good news as...

Fish hooks can be dangerous to work with, especially if you’re inexperienced. An empty dental floss dispenser can keep the pointy, barbed end away from your fingers while you tie on your line.Read more...

c. 1900Image: Library of CongressIncorporated in 1642, the Massachusetts town of Gloucester has been one of the centers of the North Atlantic fishing industry for centuries. And it's seen more than its fair share of heartbreak.The town grew rapidly i...

We joke around a lot about bringing about a horrific robot apocalypse, but let's get real: sometimes, building a killer robot is just the right thing to do. Well, at least when those robots are being used to cull invasive species. Researchers at...

Fishing World, 2 August 2016:THE Clarence River port of Yamba in Northern NSW has been proposed for a huge development that would see it potentially become one of the country's biggest ports.The $12 billion takeover would see about 36 sq. km of infra...

Upcycling rarely looks so sleek as it does in this collaborative project between a shoe company and ocean artist collective, which uses plastic bottles and ...