Louisiana Finds Better Way to Manage Red Snapper
Pausina worked with his staff of biologists to intensively survey...Read More
Pausina worked with his staff of biologists to intensively survey...Read More
It's with a broad grin that I reflect on my recent father-son trip...Read More
How the sailing community can help stop collisions with whales
A male mako shark named Hell’s Bay has broken a record, traveling more than 13,000 miles, equal to over half-way around the planet, in 600 days. It is the longest track ever in the Atlantic Ocean by a mako shark tagged by researchers in Nova Southeastern University’s (NSU) Guy Harvey Research Institute (GHRI)Read More
Directions In shallow dish, stir flour, salt and pepper. Coat fish pieces in flour mixture (reserve remaining flour mixture). In 12-inch nonstick skillet, heat oil over medium-high heat. Place coated fish in oil. Cook 8 to 10 minutes, turning halfway through cooking, until fish flakes easily with fork; remove from heat. Lift fish from skillet to serving platter with slotted spatula (do not discard drippings); keep warm.
If you don’t live near any of the fine Guy Harvey Island Grills or if your private jet can’t reach Grand Cayman without refueling, try these recipes at home. Guy’s restaurants are located in Grand Cayman, Key West, Marco Island, Florida, Panama City Beach, Florida, and Orange Beach, Alabama.
I don’t remember learning how to fish any more than I remember learning how to swim. I always thought I was just born that way. But I wasn’t. The truth is I was taught by one of the greatest fisherman I ever knew.
Bill recognizes that the outdoor recreation industry is a significant economic driverAlexandria, VA – December 9, 2016 – In a significant step forward for the outdoor recreation industry and the sportfishing community, yesterday, President Obama signed into law the Outdoor Recreation Jobs and Economic Impact Act of 2016 . The bill, known as the Outdoor REC Act, passed the House of Representatives and the Senate in November. This new piece of legislation requires the Department of Commerce, in collaboration with the Department of the Interior and the Department of Agriculture, to assess and analyze the contributions of the outdoor recreation industry, including recreational fishing, to the United States economy. The legislation will help to ensure that sportfishing industry jobs and recreational fishing’s economic impact are accounted for as part of the gross domestic product (GDP).Read More
To be eligible, students have to be enrolled full-time at a Florida higher education institution and conduct research related to fisheries management FT. LAUDERDALE, Fla. (December 19, 2016) – The Guy Harvey Ocean Foundation, a non-for-profit organization that conducts scientific research and hosts educational programs aimed at conserving the marine environment, is now accepting application packages for scholarships to support full-time undergraduate and graduate students enrolled at Florida institutions of higher education. Only students who are conducting research related to the biology, ecology, habitat or management of fish in Florida’s marine environment will be eligible. The awards program takes into consideration the breadth of research methods needed to effectively understand and sustainably manage marine fish.Read More
After yielding fish, fun and friendships over a few cold ones combined with shrimp and crawfish, eleven North American World Championship Team members have just returned to their respective states from the Leeville area of Lafourche Parish, Louisiana.Read More
CHARLOTTE, N.C. – December 2, 2016 – A female mako shark tagged in mid-2015 off the coast of Ocean City, MD as part of the Guy Harvey Research Institute (GHRI) at Nova Southeastern University’s ongoing shark migrations study, was caught off North Carolina by a commercial fishing vessel. Before its capture, the mako shark had an amazing swim traveling more than 8,500 miles in 557 days. The tracks of this mako and other sharks being studied by the GHRI can be viewed at www.ghritracking.org.image013The satellite tag, which transmits crucial data for researchers, was attached to the mako’s dorsal fin. The satellite tag has been traced to Manns Harbor, NC and is in the process of being recovered.Read More
The crew of elite anglers representing the US and Canada is a diverse oneThe North American qualifying spots for the prestigious 2016 Hobie Fishing Worlds 6 are filled! Teams USA and Canada are stacked with a diverse crew of anglers from every corner of the continent. Eric Harrison is a master striped bass technician from salty New England. Ron Champion is a through and through bass man from the old south. Florida resident Benton Parrott specializes in bull reds. Canadian Dave Poole chases pike and smallmouth.Read More
At the break of dawn on September 10th, 42 dedicated lionfish hunters braved unfavorable weather conditions to compete in the Seventh Annual Upper Keys Lionfish Derby. Vying for more than $3,500 in cash prizes, 11 teams brought in 323 lionfish during the single day event. Team Rob’s Angels took 1st place for most lionfish with 113 lionfish. Team Half Circle finished 2nd with 103 lionfish and Team Key Dives placed 3rd with 47 fish.Read More
A total of 9,216 lionfish have been removed from Florida waters so far thanks to participants in the Lionfish Challenge and Panhandle Pilot Program. Since the May 14 kickoff, 68 divers have entered the statewide Lionfish Challenge, which rewards divers for taking 50 or more lionfish. Twenty-three of those qualified for the Panhandle Pilot Program, which rewards divers for every 100 lionfish removed from Escambia through Franklin counties, where lionfish densities tend to be higher.Read More
I wouldn’t quite say its fall, yet, but the weather sure is starting to take a turn in the right direction. As our days get shorter, both air and water temperatures start to decline, and fronts are beginning to form in the north part of the country. It appears we’re just weeks away from some of the best fishing of the year.
We have everything you need for your holiday shopping all in one place… Guy Harvey Magazine’s Online Fisherman2015 Holiday Gift Guide! Take a look at (and purchase) the latest and greatest Stocking Stuffers, Gifts for Hunting & Camping, Eco-Friendly Gifts, Gifts for the Angler who has Everything and much more!Read More
As a writer, I love acronyms. I’m geeky that way. And social media has rocketed them to mega-celebrity status with LOL, OMG, WTF, IMO and IDK. But, sometimes you wonder which came first, the title or the acronym. Take ICAST – for example. It’s a fishing show. Coincidence? I think not. The International Convention of Allied Sportfishing Trades is a mouthful to say but the acronym is snappy. I’m sure the committee ruminated on that for weeks before the light bulb popped. REEF is another one. The Reef Environmental Education Foundation. Clever!Read More
Jim and Connie Elek won the highest bid on an expedition to Tropic Star Lodge in Panama at the Guy Harvey Ocean Foundation auction last October at the IGFA headquarters in Ft. Lauderdale. We set the dates for the second week of August 2010, and I was going to fish with them for two of the six days of fishing. Both Jim and Connie are experienced boaters and have already collected some of my original art.
About 10 years ago, my buddies and I started a tradition. We decided the absolute best way to end the year was to go fishing. Imagine that. So, every New Year’s Eve, we wrap up in our warmest jackets, load up the boat, pack some spirits and head to our favorite honey hole...
For those who don’t live near the Alabama Gulf Coast, you might not be aware that Gov. Robert Bentley declared a Lionfish Awareness Day recently.
The reason for the public declaration was to coincide with the Lions on the Line event that was held at the Flora-Bama Marina and Flora-Bama Ole River Bar & Grill, which sit astride the Florida-Alabama line, hence Lions on the Line.Read More
If oyster dressing was on the Thanksgiving menu, the likelihood is the cook had to look for oysters at other than traditional outlets.
Coral Restoration Foundation has been awarded $2.1 million in funding from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) to restore eight reefs along the Florida Reef Tract to levels outlined in NOAA’s Acropora Recovery Plan. Out of 17 coastal habitat restoration organizations that were selected for funding through NOAA’s Community-based Restoration Program, Coral Restoration Foundation is the sole recipient for a coral reef restoration project. The $2.1 million grant will be distributed over 3 years and will be matched dollar for dollar by Coral Restoration Foundation.
Most fundraisers and similar activities that require significant public participation may enjoy several years of success and great turnouts. Most, however, tend to fade significantly after a decade or so. The Alabama Wildlife Federation (AWF) Wild Game Cook-Off series is the exception to the rule.
On Saturday I caught up by phone withKeith Ellenbogen and Allan Adams as they huddled in a corner of Logan Airport. Ellenbogen, an underwater photographer, and Adams, a theoretical physicist at MIT, were on their way to Patagonia, where they were scheduled to teach a one-week class on marine photography and also shoot a breeding ground for elephant seals.Read More
As an Arctic Warfare Specialist for the British military, Steve Bruce taught soldiers how to survive in extreme conditions. That experience in saving lives eventually led to Bruce developing a foldable rigid inflatable boat for sailors, cruisers and anglers that performs in emergency situations.
Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources
This has been a particularly productive year for anglers who target redfish along the Alabama Gulf Coast, and the Alabama Marine Resources Division is doing its best to ensure it stays that way.Read More
With around 40 lemon sharks circling the boat, 17-year-old Matteo Pollini admits he felt a flutter of nerves before he jumped in. But by the end of five days of diving in the chummed up waters of Tiger Beach off the Bahamas, the fear was gone.Read More
ISLAMORADA, In the Florida Keys Frank Delucas, Plantation, Fla., a first-time participant in the Herman Lucerne tournament but no stranger to Florida Keys backcountry fishing, won the 17thannual two-day event, as the only angler to catch all seven required saltwater species.Read More
“I’ve got a fish at two o’clock. Seventy feet. Coming fast. See him?”
Fishing guide Bill Houze spoke with quiet urgency from atop the platform suspended four feet above the stern of the 17-foot skiff.
We are so thrilled to announce that Water Gallery has officially partnered with two new artists and we are currently in the process of creating prototypes for incredible new glass water bottles which will feature their images!Read More
Another artificial reef was deployed off the Alabama Gulf Coast this week in Alabama’s vast artificial reef zone. While a reef deployment may not seem like news, this was indeed special because it could change the way industrial and corporate entities view options for recycling materials.
If you work really hard, it’s amazing how much fun you can pack into 48 hours. And that was our mission last weekend at the swanky Greenwich Wine and Food Festival, where my lovely wife and I mingled with the well-adorned beautiful people.
We all want to leave our mark on the world when we go. Hopefully, in a positive way and not notoriously. There’s no doubt, had I gone to meet my maker at an earlier time in my life, my mark might have been less-than-superlative.
But I’m older and wiser now. And the other day, I may have actually stumbled upon my “mark.”Read More
German-born, Jamaican-raised conservationist, artist and marine biologist Guy Harvey is now in Jamaica to participate in the 55th Montego Bay Annual International Marlin Tournament and to continue documenting his life’s work in both the art and marine life industries.
Sea turtle hatchlings are digging out of their nests and clambering toward the ocean in September and October, the last months of Florida’s sea turtle nesting season.
Just remember, “Hands off!” is the best policy for beachgoers encountering sea turtle hatchings.Read More
When you ask people who Guy Harvey is, they’ll often say, “Oh, I love his t-shirts. I have 15 of them in my closet”. Or, they’ll say, “Oh, I love his art. Also, I have 15 of his t-shirts in my closet.“ Rarely do they say, “You mean the Ph.D. who has a degree in marine biology and is a former college professor?” Just doesn’t happen. At least not much.Read More
ISLAMORADA in the Fla. Keys– Offshore and back-country guides agree, the fishing on both sides of Islamorada could be an optimum experience for the up to 30 teams of fishermen in the inaugural Blazing Mako Bonfire Series Tournament & Festival,June 17 – 19.Read More
If there’s one thing that will pique my interest without hesitation, it is Alabama’s fresh seafood. Hence, I didn’t hesitate when invited to the Alabama Seafood Summit and accompanying Alabama Seafood Cook-Off at The Wharf in Orange Beach last week.Read More
Inaugural June 17-19 weekend event bringing So. Florida anglers artisans, musicians, rum vendors and conservationists together for NSU marine sciences
The award is given each year to those “who have achieved distinction in the maritime world, those whose vocation or avocation has been the sea, or those who have ministered to or otherwise assisted seafarers,” according to a press release from Florida’s Seafarers’ House.The award is given each year to those “who have achieved distinction in the maritime world, those whose vocation or avocation has been the sea, or those who have ministered to or otherwise assisted seafarers,” according to a press release from Florida’s Seafarers’ House.
Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources Any angler who fished Lake Eufaula during a down cycle in late 2010 and early 2011 will be glad to know the 46,000-acre impoundment on the Chattahoochee River in southeast Alabama has rebounded to its former glory.
Driving up the east side of Lake Okeechobee, we passed dozens of run-down fishing camps on U.S. 98 after leaving the serene Dupuis Wildlife Management Area near Port Mayaka.Read More
On a recent business trip I lay awake for hours in the tiny hotel room as my mind spun wildly with too many thoughts about work, family, money, you name it. The next morning at breakfast, my business associate tried to make some small talk.On a recent business trip I lay awake for hours in the tiny hotel room as my mind spun wildly with too many thoughts about work, family, money, you name it. The next morning at breakfast, my business associate tried to make some small talk.
Baffled by billfish – tagging Caribbean billfish reveals previously unknown information about the great distances these majestic creatures travel. Plus, Chef Justin Harry shares his style and recipes from Tradewinds Island Resorts. Other articles of interest include: Boating Green and Shallow Water tools.Read More
We humans have a knack for killing off wild animals. Case in point: In 1741, somewhere in the Bering Sea, whale hunters discovered the Steller sea cow, a cousin of the manatee. Just 27 years later, it was gone, hunted into extinction for their meat and skins.
ISLAMORADA, FL—MARCH 15, 2016— They say the family that fishes together stays together, and for South Florida’s Davis family that tradition also includes supporting the Blazing Mako Tournament & Festival—a June event that will combine fishing, conservation, research and marine science scholarships.
“The Bass Master” Valued at $10,000
FORT LAUDERDALE, FL—FEBRUARY 19, 2016— Celebrated marine wildlife artist, conservationist and champion angler, Guy Harvey, is offering fans a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to win an original acrylic painting on canvas, The Bass Master—painted by the renowned artist onsite at the 2015 Bassmaster Classic in Greenville, SC last year.
Bucket List Weekend to Meet Legendary Backcountry Guides and Chase a $10,000 Prize and Trophies During the Inaugural Blazing Mako Tournament & Festival in Islamorada
Non-Profit June Event Presented by Nova Southeastern University and Guy Harvey Outpost Resorts to Fund Marine Science Student Scholarships
Imagine looking out your window and a seeing a piece of land the size of a football field disappearing. Now, imagine a football field vanishing every 45 minutes. If you live in Southeastern Louisiana that’s your window. Louisiana’s estuarine wetlands are disappearing at an astounding rate. Since 1930, 1,900 square miles of wetlands have been lost, and it’s estimated that 34 years from now, by 2050, another 700 square miles will be gone.Read More
Turning the Tide, Bold Stories that Signal a Blue Future
Sailing, science and stunning photographs create an amazing foundation for understanding ocean health issues and learning how to take action
Newport, Rhode Island (January 19, 2016) – Sailors for the Sea, the leading conservation organization that engages, educates, inspires and activates the sailing and boating community toward healing the ocean, announces the release of the second edition of Ocean Watch magazine.Read More
1) Guy grew up fishing in Jamaica and is a lifelong recreational angler.
2) In the past 40 or more years, recreational anglers have been the true marine conservationists. Catch and release practices among recreational anglers is a growing trend, not to mention that anglers have strict regulations they follow...Read More
The “Sustainable Seafood Issue” – Go fishing with Adam Putnam, Florida’s Agriculture Commissioner, read how land-based aquaculture is changing the world (caviar anyone), learn how to google the fish on your dinner plate, and get fabulous seafood recipes that are friendly to the oceans.The “Sustainable Seafood Issue” – Go fishing with Adam Putnam, Florida’s Agriculture Commissioner, read how land-based aquaculture is changing the world (caviar anyone), learn how to google the fish on your dinner plate, and get fabulous seafood recipes that are friendly to the oceans.
The “Plastics Issue” – learn about Gyres and the giant Pacific trash patch, the incredible Plastiki Voyage and one man’s homemade island in Mexico floating on plastic bottle. Also see the amazing photography of Scott Kerrigan and Editor Fred Garth talks to scientists about the safety of Gulf of Mexico seafood. Buy this back issue for $10 (includes postage and handling) by calling 888-275-2856 or emailing Penny@guyharveymagazine.com.Read More
Meet six scientists funded by the Guy Harvey Ocean Foundation who are studying gulf wildlife after the oil spill, see Guy Harvey art never before shown in public, Guy swims with and dispels the notion that voracious tiger sharks are man eaters, read why circle hooks save lives, find out about tagging dolphin in the Atlantic and learn about the growth industry of electric outboard motors.
FORT LAUDERDALE-DAVIE, Fla. – What do you get when you combine world-class fishing, Nova Southeastern University (NSU) and world-renowned conservationist and artist Guy Harvey? A one-of-a-kind festival and tournament in the Florida Keys!Read More
Renovations Scheduled For Completion in Spring 2016 For Re-Opening as a Guy Harvey Outpost Resorts Property
Pensacola, FL - Guy Harvey Magazine (GHM),an award winning publication focused on sustainable and responsible fishing, today announced its partnership with the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries (LDWF) to create the first collaboration of an issue devoted to Louisiana fisheries. Engaging features, stunning images and Louisiana-focused stories for GHM’s regular columns will all serve a single goal–connecting readers to the state’s rich natural resources.Read More
Is your life too boring and dull? Are you looking for a way to add more stress? How about anxiety? If you answered yes to any of these questions, ask your doctor if fishing redfish tournaments is right for you.Read More
What is IUU fishing? Hint: It’s NOT Indiana University’s Urban fishing team.Read More
So I hope you’re loving the new GHM website as much as I am. We (the dedicated mag staff) are pretty doggone proud of the look and feel and beauty that truly represents what Guy Harvey is all about. It’s a visual extravaganza, especially the photo gallery, but also full of essential info for hardcore fishers like you and me.
By Guy Harvey PhD My first trip to Little Cayman this year was at the end of January to check in with the Dept of Environment/REEF.org research effort on the Nassau Grouper annual spawning aggregation. Apart from maintaining a balanced reef ecosystem, the recovery of the species is the primary.Read More