Summer 2018

Summer 2018

This issue covers the amazing work of the Schmidt Ocean Institute and its 272-foot research vessel, Falkor. Several articles are included about the SOI’s global expeditions and the high-tech gear they use, such as the Sail Drone, a completely autonomous research drone that runs on solar and wind power. This […]
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Winter/Spring 2018

Winter/Spring 2018

This special edition of GHM features a large section focused on the Exuma Land & Sea Park as part of the Bahamas National Trust’s system of 32 parks. The issue also covers Politics in Fishing, the Battle for Alaska’s Bristol Bay’s salmon fishery and an amazing photo portfolio by Colin […]
Fall 2017

Fall 2017

The Education Issue (A resource guide for teachers, parents & students): Sponsored by SeaWorld Vanishing Vaquita: Earth’s most endangered marine mammal, Career at Sea: Make your living on the water, Anatomy of a Rescue: Saving animals from certain death, Complete Angler: Panama Roosterfish Study; Why We Need Regulations | Cool Green […]
Summer 2017

Summer 2017

Best photos of GHM! Best Surf Fishing Gear. Building Reefs for a Cause. Complete Angler: Saving Baitfish from the Fish Oil Factory, Snook Fishing in Kayaks at Tarpon Lodge… Looking to the Past to Guide our Future: Overfishing pressure and a harsh landscape make living off of the land and […]
Spring 2017

Spring 2017

South Carolina Special Edition, The Perfect Rod & Reel Match, Citizen Scientists: Anglers fuel red drum research. South Carolina Slam: Cold water trout, bruiser bass, inshore reds and blue water beasts in a single trip. Complete Angler: Montego Bay – A legacy of fishing in Jamaica, Top Gear: The Complete […]
Winter 2017

Winter 2017

Mississippi Special Edition, Inshore Galore, Salty Mississippi, The Complete Offshore Angler, Being Social – angling’s internet ethics, the inshore Insanity of Mexico’s Ascension Bay, Backlash Q&A: How Guy catches fish. Specks and Reds in the Mississippi Marsh, Fishing runs deep in the Heart of the South… A focus on the […]
Fall 2016

Fall 2016

The Education Issue: Sponsored by The Everglades Foundation Parents have the greatest opportunity to instill a love of the water in their kids. The good news is, nature lends a big helping hand. Now or Neverglades: Water diverted from Lake Okeechobee is drying up the ‘Glades and polluting Florida’s coasts. […]
Summer 2016

Summer 2016

Reports of fewer cobia have some Gulf Coast captains concerned, bone fishing is a big deal in Abaco and there’s no end to the variety of fish you can encounter with a flyrod and a growing number of breweries now craft special beers and donate portions if their profits to […]
Spring 2016

Spring 2016

Louisiana Special Edition, fishing at high speed with Guy Harvey Magazine’s Online Fisherman, Louisiana is a fisherman’s paradise, reef building in full swing, we talk to fishing captains across six of  Louisiana’s best fishing zones and landing a fish is only the beginning. Buy this back issue for $10 (includes […]
Winter 2016

Winter 2016

FWC (Florida Fish & Wildlife Conservation Commission) Special Edition, FWC enlists the help of organizations all over the state of Florida to help engage the next generation and kindle a passion for the marine environment and Almost Native: Guy gets personal about his long and amorous association with Florida. Buy […]
Fall 2015

Fall 2015

The Education Issue: A resource guide for teachers, parents & students, Dana Pounds shows middle schoolers the wonders of a shark dissection, The simple act of putting fishing poles in the hands of teachers is opening up a world of marine science to their students and meet the mother/daughter duo […]
Summer 2015

Summer 2015

The death of kill tournaments? Everyone from big-game anglers to school kids are getting in on the Great Shark Race, the fishing and diving communities love to hate the lionfish, marlin caught off Catalina Island brought in by the warm water from El Nino and watch a marlin go up […]
Spring 2015

Spring 2015

The goliath grouper, big, ugly and misunderstood, California anglers are still fighting to keep their most productive habitats, Terry French: A captain and fishing pro turned celebrity chef shares a couple recipes and mullet really can be caught on rod and reel and there are pictures to prove it! Buy […]
Winter 2015

Winter 2015

If fighting a big fish tests your mettle, then battling a massive bluefin on stand-up gear may just test your will to live. The right (and wrong) way to catch & release, a recent college grad fosters a movement to keep fishing ground clean and green options for boating power […]
Fall 2014

Fall 2014

Animal Planet TV show Tanked  build a 33,500-gallon beast for RumFish Grill in St. Pete Beach. Is there a silver lining after the BP oil spill? A new breed of sport fishing is gaining popularity and Guy pays homage to some special friends who helped him make the leap from […]
Summer 2014

Summer 2014

Countless miles of mangroves, skinny water and big fish continue to draw people to the Everglades, turning restaurant fryer leftovers into fuel is becoming a reality for one company, Dr. Guy Harvey explains why sharks are essential for a healthy ocean and a hit list of 10 options for a salt-soaked […]
Spring 2014

Spring 2014

The Education Issue: A resource guide for teachers, parents & students,  six school-based programs that get kinds into marine science, the only this better than fishing is going it and getting class credit and David Cartee’s Photo Portfolio: big, bright, vibrant and full of fight! Buy this back issue for $10 (includes […]
Winter 2014

Winter 2014

Special Tribute to Alabama Fishing and Seafood featuring the use of artifical reefs to build fish habitats, the latest in the red snapper saga, Gulf Coast’s largest charter fleet, sustainable success and of course, six top chefs share their favorite recipes using fresh Gulf seafood. Buy this back issue for […]