Welcome back Mary Lee.
A year ago we posted about Mary Lee, a 3,500 pound, 16ft. mature female great white shark that was successfully tagged off the coast of Cape Cod, Massachusetts.
Chris Fisher, founding chairman of OCEARCH, named the female ...
As easy as the “Top 10″ may sound, have you ever sat down and really thought about just how many Country songs include at least a line or two about fishing?
With that being said, we’ve tried our best to narrow the huge list down ...
What’s better than having a Marlin you’re fighting with rod and reel just jump in your boat?
Probably taking a swim in the ocean and surviving without a marlin trailing shark bite.
Watch as the Marlin comes in the boat and the deckhand ...
Who needs fishing line when you have long hair?
Well, they don’t.
Oysters are mollusks that grow mainly in the ocean. There are more than fifty species of oysters, some of which are edible. I like the edible ones.
Here are 5 interesting facts about oysters you may not know:
1. Oysters taste better ...
Cody Chitwood, 17, is a senior at Lassiter High School, and an avid fisherman.
He went fishing at his favorite spot, Mountain Park off Highway 92 and Mabry Road several days before and left his two fishing poles and tackle box in his car.
If you’re reading this right now, you fall into one of the categories below, maybe even all 4 of them:
a) You know someone who has cancer.
b) You know someone who has battled cancer and won.
c) You know someone who has battled cancer and ...
The bottom of the boat.
We’ve all been there.
Like a white trick worm that’s caught 5 bass in 8 casts out of a 3 acre pond.
We’ve all been there.
Like a white trick worm that’s caught ...
Seafood lovers have another reason to be happy: clam and oyster season in South Carolina coastal waters opened today, October 1st, 2013.
The recreational and commercial oyster and clam seasons is slated to remain open through May 15, 2014.
My truck bounced vigorously across the cattle guard as my BF Goodrich all-terrain tires transitioned into the tractor indented mud. I made the turn around the bend over a few terraces as a small covey of quail bolted into the sky in front of me.