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Surf fishing takes time and effort
Surf fishing can be challenging with the summer crowds, sargassum, and strong winds. But it can actually be very rewarding for the avid angler that puts in the time and effort. Here are some tips and tricks on how to make the most of your time on the sand this summer.
Mississippi man catches 131-pound catfish, sets state record
JACKSON, Miss. (AP) — Talk about a fish tale: A Mississippi man reeled in a massive blue catfish that set a state record. The Mississippi Department of Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks said Eugene Cronley of Brandon caught the 131-pound (59.4-kilogram) fish April 7 in the Mississippi River near Natchez. “I’ve been catfishing all my life […]
May brings warmer water and great fishing
There’s just something about summertime fishing that I love. The schools of mullet and ladyfish make their presence in the surf. You can see them early in the morning exploding from the water.
Spring is near, April is a great time to fish
Springtime is here and the fishing is at an all time high. Early in the mornings, as the sun is coming up, you can see birds diving and mullet jumping. Directly underneath that you can see darting fins from hungry jack crevalle chasing after them, bursting out of the water.
Select your fishing days for March
Surf fishing during the months of January thru March can be a little trying at times. You have to really watch the conditions and go when its good.
Preparing for Campbellsville University Kayak Bass Fishing team’s inaugural season
After 4 successful years and graduation, Campbellsville University started a Kayak Bass Fishing team that I, Dalton Smith, am blessed to head coach.
Two Auburn students win $1 million from U.S. Open National Bass Fishing Amateur Championship
Auburn University students, Logan Parks (senior) and Tucker Smith (sophomore) won the $1 million first-place prize in the Bass Pro Shops U.S. Open National Bass Fishing Amateur Team Championships.
Sheldon Collings excited to be heading home for an NPFL event
Shedon Collings is heading back to Grand Lake in Grove, Ok., the lake he grew up fishing on, with a chance to make it to the NPFL Championship.
Quite a catch: Catfish shatters state, maybe world, record
A white catfish caught in Connecticut last month has smashed a state record and could also be a world record for the species — though the evidence has been eaten. Ben Tomkunas, 25, caught the 21.3-pound (9.66-kilogram) fish late at night in Coventry on Aug. 21. It was longer than 3 feet (about a meter). […]
Scott Siller’s rise to professional bass fishing has come full circle
Scott Siller has come full circle in his angling career and now as he nears the end of his first season with the NPFL, he is excited about the future and a chance to support a cause he truly believes in.
USM’s winningest coach, Scott Berry leads Golden Eagles to CUSA title
Being a coach at the collegiate level takes perseverance. That’s exactly what Southern Mississippi baseball…
With move to USC, Jordan Addison joins top 10 WR transfers in college football history
With his announced transfer to USC, Jordan Addison joins elite company as one of the…
Ole Miss commit Grayson Saunier living in the moment as MLB Draft looms
Grayson Saunier wasn’t sure if he had a future in baseball until his fastball shot…
Lakota East’s Austin Siereveld passes up Alabama, ND for home state Buckeyes
Austin Siereveld is one of the most talented players in Ohio’s 2023 class and has…
Marquette commit Zaide Lowery quickly emerging as one of top talents in Missouri
Zaide Lowery didn’t begin playing basketball seriously until eighth grade, but he became a state…