Go To The Homepage
Fishing News
Stay on top of breaking local, regional and national fishing news with up-to-the-minute alerts about regulation changes, season closures, notable catches and tournament results.



SOUTHERN VISITORS ARRIVE ON LI

It's that time of year again when southern species stray north and surprise anglers in the Northeast. Read more »

STRIPED BASS POACHING BUST IN MA

The MA Environmental Police confiscated 388 pounds of illegal Striped Bass with a marked value of approximately $2,400, fishing gear valued at $3,000 and issued approximately $1,000 in fines in recent sting.

Read more »


DNREC JUMPS ON POKEMON CRAZE

They say if you can't beat 'em, join 'em; in Delaware, DNREC’s Division of Parks & Recreation is hoping to capitalize on the Pokemon craze to attract kids to fish and wildlife attractions.

Read more »


ICAST 2016 "BEST OF SHOW" AWARDS

The latest fishing gear for 2016 and 2017 was recently unveiled at ICAST, with a few in particular earning special "Best of Show" acknowledgement in the New Product Showcase. Read more »

MA BOAT LANDS NEW WR WAHOO

A massive 182-pound wahoo was landed over the weekend by the crew of the Castafari sailing out of Cape Cod, Massachusetts. Read more »

EPA INCREASING ETHANOL LEVELS

Five billion gallons of E0 (ethanol free fuel) were sold in 2015. EPA is only allowing for the sale of 200 million gallons in 2017! Read more »

NINE-YEAR OLD SETS NEW MD COBIA RECORD

After a 20-minute battle on June 30, 2016, nine-year old Emma Zajdel becomes Maryland’s newest state record holder for cobia (94.6 pounds) and according to the Maryland DNR may also qualify for an IGFA ‘small fry’ world record. Read more »

NEW FAT ALBERT RECORD IN DELAWARE

Pennsylvania's Tim Parrill caught a 20-1/2-pound false albacore at Masseys Canyon on June 29. The new Delaware state record Fat Albert was weighed at Hook 'Em & Cook 'Em. Read more »

ASMFC TO REVIEW HARVEST ESTIMATES

The ASMFC summer flounder, scup, and black sea bass and bluefish management boards plan to meet via conference call to review recent recreational harvest estimates. Read more »

DEAL'S NEW DEAL TO RESTRICT ACCESS

On Wednesday, June 29 at 5 p.m. the Borough of Deal will once again introduce a restrictive parking ordinance that would require a permit to park on just one side of eight borough streets. Read more »

2016 TRIFECTA KAYAK CHALLENGE

The inaugural 2016 Trifecta Kayak Challenge presented by Three Belles Outfitters is set to raise money for some great organizations while pitting local kayak anglers against each other in a head-to-head, catch-and-release competition. Read more »

CONGRESS REVIEWS NEW EPA ETHANOL MANDATE

In 2010, the EPA approved the debut of a fuel that contains 15 percent ethanol, yet under their own regulations it can't be used in boats. The question for Congress, is the agency reneging on its pledge to boaters? Read more »

Explore Product Partners: