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South Carolina Saltwater Fishing Trends – 8/11/2008

Little River – Grand Strand – Charleston – Hilton Head – Tides – S.C. marine recreational fishing regulations (PDF file). Saltwater Fishing License site. Fishing trends courtesy www.SCFishingReport.com. Check the site for recent updates and detailed reports. Little River Flounder: Very good. Even though the water is starting to get…


North Carolina Saltwater Fishing Report – 8/3/2008

Northern District  Dare, Hyde, Currituck, & Beaufort Counties For the 2008 fishing year, all owners/operators of vessels recreationally fishing for and/or retaining regulated Atlantic Highly Migratory Species (HMS) (Atlantic tunas, sharks, swordfish and billfish) in the Atlantic Ocean, including the Gulf of Mexico and Caribbean Sea, must obtain an Atlantic…


Committee Members Sought For Puget Sound Recreational Fisheries Enhancement Group

OLYMPIA – The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) is seeking members of the sport fishing community to serve on a committee that oversees a program designed to enhance recreational fishing in Puget Sound and Lake Washington. The Puget Sound Recreational Fisheries Enhancement Oversight Committee was created in 2003…


Dutch Harbor-Unalaska, Alaska, and New Bedford, Mass. Remain Top Fishing Ports

Commercial fishermen unloaded 777.2 million pounds of fish, primarily Alaskan pollock, at the port of Dutch Harbor-Unalaska, Alaska, making it the country’s top port for landings in 2007, NOAA’s Fisheries Service announced today. The port of New Bedford, Mass., claimed the top spot for value of landings, primarily due to…


Recreational Catch Down Slightly, Remains Second Highest Catch in Decade

Marine recreational anglers caught more than 468 million fish in 2007, down slightly from last year’s historic high of 475 million fish, but still the second highest recreational catch total in the last ten years. The overall number of fish caught and kept also declined slightly, from 214 million to196…


North Carolina Saltwater Fishing Report – 7/20/2008

Northern District  Dare, Hyde, Currituck, & Beaufort Counties For the 2008 fishing year, all owners/operators of vessels recreationally fishing for and/or retaining regulated Atlantic Highly Migratory Species (HMS) (Atlantic tunas, sharks, swordfish and billfish) in the Atlantic Ocean, including the Gulf of Mexico and Caribbean Sea, must obtain an Atlantic…


South Carolina Saltwater Fsihing Trends – 7/14/2008

Little River – Grand Strand – Charleston – Hilton Head – Beaufort – Tides – S.C. marine recreational fishing regulations (PDF file). Saltwater Fishing License site. Fishing trends courtesy www.SCFishingReport.com. Check the site for recent updates and detailed reports. Little River Spottail Bass: Good. Anglers are catching spottail bass along…


South Carolina Saltwater Fishing Trends – 7/7/2008

S.C. marine recreational fishing regulations (PDF file). Saltwater Fishing License site. Fishing trends courtesy www.SCFishingReport.com. Check the site for recent updates and detailed reports. Cherry Grove Pier: Whiting are biting well. Spots are also biting well and a few pompano were also reported. Use live or cut bait such as…


Marylands’ Historic Octoraro Creek Trail Reopens To The Public

CONOWINGO — The newest addition to the Lower Susquehanna Heritage Greenway, Octoraro Creek Trail, is now open to the public. The trail, a half-mile walking path through wooded land that begins at the Octoraro Creek Bridge on Route 222 and ends at the Susquehanna River, provides greater opportunities for kayaking,…


Wolf Lake Hatchery Hosts Annual Fish Festival

“Fish on!” These exciting words will reverberate through the grounds of the Wolf Lake State Fish Hatchery on July 19-20, as dozens of youngsters catch a steelhead trout or even a muskie from the half-acre show pond. It’s all part of the hatchery’s 9th Annual Fish Festival. Admission is free….