"Fishing" Blogs & Blog Posts

Armadillo Communications SouthArmadillo Communications South

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

 
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...

 
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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Catastrophic drought has dried up the vast majority of water in the 2,800 square kilometer Dongting Lake in Hunan, China, revealing a strange site on the lake bottom. While experts say the maze patterns are likely remnants of fish traps, we know The...

CARAUARI, Brazil (AP) — Even in the most biodiverse rainforest of the world, the pirarucu, also known as arapaima, stands out. First, there is its mammoth size: It can weigh up to 200 kilos (440 pounds), by far the largest of 2,300 known fish...

LES, Indonesia (AP) — After diving into the warm sea off the coast of northern Bali, Indonesia, Made Partiana hovers above a bed of coral, holding his breath and scanning for flashes of color and movement. Hours later, exhausted, he returns to a ro...

Snow crab babies were booming across the Bering Sea a few years ago, but an unexpected population crash is now devastating Alaska's crabbing industry.

Two men at a Lake Erie Walleye fishing tournament [Facebook] were found to have cheated, reports the Toledo Blade. "We got weights in fish!" shouts an angry tournament official. "There we go! Yooaeoaoaarrrghh!" Warning for some strong language, w...

Romualdo Macedo Rodrigues was fishing off the coast of northern Brazil when his boat began to sink. He climbed inside a cooler used to store any fish he caught. After eleven days in the shark-infested waters, Rodrigues was found by another fishing bo...

Ever noodled? I haven't, and I probably never will. What's noodling, you ask? It's a way of catching fish (and especially catfish) by hand. According to Baton Rouge, Louisiana's The Advocate: Noodlers fish for catfish by sticking their hands into...