CCA: Feds Set Sights on Red Drum

The Coastal Conservation Association began circulating this message today regarding NOAA Fisheries‘ proposed plans for a new red drum management plan. Inventive Fishing supports CCA in this position , so we thought we’d share their message: The federal government’s management of Gulf fisheries has created some of the most chaotic, dysfunctional and unsatisfactory fisheries in […]

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Lots to Celebrate in Southern North Carolina!

Talk about a winter hot spot: the word we’re getting from southern North Carolina is that there’s a lot of great fishing going on. Near shore, anglers are reporting great catches of black sea bass, especially to about 20 miles out along near shore reefs. Near shore anglers are also reporting gag grouper and a […]

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Delaware is Where to Be

We’ve heard from a number of Saltwater Nation citizens this week about the great fishing going on in Delaware’s waters. Both offshore and inshore bites have been great this week, and the weather has been ideal for getting on the water. Offshore, boats running out to Washington Canyon have been reporting great bigeye tuna (Thunnus […]

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Restocking Redfish and Trout in the Lonestar State

Richard Moore of CBS affiliate Action News 4 in the Texas Rio Grande Valley posted a story today about fisheries management in southern Texas. According to Moore, Texas Parks and Wildlife Biologist Dr. Scott Walker released about 80,000 trout fingerling and 250,000 red drum fingerling into the Lower Laguna Madre at Port Mansfield. Texas has […]

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Virginia is for Anglers

Saltwater Nation anglers from Virginia are reporting some great cobia fishing. Large schools of big fish are being reported moving from southern waters off of North Carolina’s Outer Banks up to Virginia Beach waters. Fish over 50 pounds are being taken in the area of Bluefish Rock. Anglers have been locating big cobia in open […]

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