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A Look at the Animal Kingdom’s Best Anglers
A Look at the Animal Kingdom’s Best Anglers You may count on your hook, line and tackle box to land your best catches—but for anglers from the animal kingdom, all that’s needed is their own two paws (or jaws, beaks, and other built-in equipment). Read More

The Fishy History of Crater Lake
The Fishy History of Crater Lake The country’s deepest lake is blue and beautiful, a popular spot for anglers and sightseers alike—but it’s not without a fishy backstory. In fact, until 1888, the lake was completely devoid of native fish! Read More

Why Do You Fish?
Why Do You Fish? Fishing consistently tops off the lists of Americans’ favorite outdoor activities—but what is about the sport that can bring together millions of people? We each have our own unique reason for fishing—but there are several common t... Read More

Fishy Photography: How We Snap Our Greatest Catches
Fishy Photography: How We Snap Our Greatest Catches If you ever land a monster marlin or other larger-than-life catch, you naturally hope that someone’s there to capture the moment! Landing a catch is no small feat, and snapping the perfect photo while still on board is not much easier. Fortuna... Read More

Australian Volcanoes and the Fish Who Call Them Home
Australian Volcanoes and the Fish Who Call Them Home The waters of Sydney, Australia’s underwater volcanoes are warm, acidic, and not very friendly to budding life forms—but nature, as it so often does, has defied the odds! Several species of fish call these underwater volcanoes home, incl... Read More

Fishy Fortunes for the New Year
Fishy Fortunes for the New Year What’s on the menu this New Year’s? It’s around this time of year that many families take their superstitious side to the dinner table and indulge in foods that are said to promote health and prosperity in the year ahead. Read More

New Zealand’s Blue Lake: The Clearest Water in the World
New Zealand’s Blue Lake: The Clearest Water in the World New Zealand’s green Southern Alps and a seemingly endless blue sky are just the beginning when it comes to the beauty of Nelson Lakes National Park. At the heart of the park lies its main attraction, the Blue Lake, a dreamlike body of water that li... Read More

Fish and the Winter Freeze
Fish and the Winter Freeze During the wintertime, we see the lakes and rivers we loved during warmer months transform into frozen, seemingly barren expanses—but is there anything going on below the ice? In today’s blog, we’re tackling this big question (and a few more frozen ... Read More

Reelfoot Lake, Tennessee: An Earthquake Turned Natural Wonder
Reelfoot Lake, Tennessee: An Earthquake Turned Natural Wonder In 1812, a Missouri earthquake shook things up across the region—and led to the creation of Tennessee’s first (and only) large natural lake. Today, Reelfoot Lake is a popular spot amongst boaters and anglers alike. But what factors led to it becomin... Read More

4 Smart Tips for Fishing in the Rain
4 Smart Tips for Fishing in the Rain As many seasoned anglers might tell you, a rain shower doesn’t have to ruin your time on the water—in fact, it might even make for better fishing! The reduced presence of fellow anglers, as well as an increased flow of nutrients into the ... Read More

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