With its ideal weather and surplus of water, Martin County has been supplying anglers some of the best fishing the U.S. has to offer.
On Sunday, June 6, The CAFWF hosted their annual Family Fishing Academy, which is designed for youth ages 6 to 12 and their parents/guardians. Families are invited to learn about the regional fish species and their habitats, learn skills like tying fishing knots and how to cast a lure, plus much more.
Major League Fishing, the world’s largest fishing tournament organization, is coming back to North Carolina to host a major event.
ORLAND PARK, Ill. (IHSA Press Release) — The Illinois High School Association (IHSA) is proud to announce its nominee for the 2019-20 National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) Heart of the Arts Award is Sandburg High School Carter Schott (right). The NFHS selected Schott as its Section 4 winner of the award, making […]
What happens when your senior graduation is canceled due to a worldwide pandemic? You get a free fishing trip. For seniors in Lee County, they got to spend their final high school memories right off the Sanibel Causeway, reeling in trophy fish.
Angler Alex Foster has been fishing for many years and for many different species of fish. Though the 51-year-old has been fishing since he was a little boy, this year he accomplished a first, catching a world record breaking striped bass in Chesapeake Bay, Virginia. Not only did he catch one record breaker, but two in the span of a couple of weeks!
In recent years, the Georgia High School Association has been ﬁnding ways to make sure all students have activities they can participate in. Now students will have another non-traditional option: bass ﬁshing.