April 11, 2018
Senator Ted Stevens (R-AK) and Senator Warren Magnuson (D-WA) during hearings on the 200-mile fisheries legislation (later the Magnuson-Stevens Act) before the Senate Commerce Subcommittee on Oceans and Atmosphere in Washington D.C., on December 6, 1973.  
Photo courtesy of Stevens Foundation.

Recreation and Regulation

By Mike Leonard | American Sportfishing Association Most anglers don’t spend a ton of time dwelling on fishing regulations, much less the underlying regulatory process and statutes that lead to them. We know the season dates, bag and size limits and any other potential regulations, and we go! After all, […]
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April 15, 2016
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Paradise Inn, Bar, and Grill 5th Annual Small Boat Cobia Phobia Tournament

Entry forms will be accepted at the captains meeting. All entry forms and Additional Cash Awards must be in envelope. Entry fee is $250 per boat. Cash Only. 1. The cash award is based on a 25 boat entry fee and will pay out to fifth place for biggest fish […]
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March 28, 2016
Spring 2012

Collector’s Edition – Spring 2012

Baffled by billfish – tagging Caribbean billfish reveals previousily 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. Buy this back issue for $10 (includes […]
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February 24, 2016
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Artist and Angler Guy Harvey Offers Hammerhead Fans a Chance to Win an Original Painting

By John Bell “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 […]
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January 15, 2016
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The Power of T

By GHM Staff Perhaps no one knew the awesome power of a T-shirt until the Deepwater Horizon oil spill. After we all learned that the well couldn’t be capped quickly and would flow freely for months, the Gulf Coast region went into shock. The Guy Harvey Ocean Foundation shifted into […]
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January 14, 2016
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Currents of Change

By Daryl Carson In a quiet corner of the industry, the outboard motor is evolving. Technological revolutions can be hard to predict. Perhaps at the invention of the wheel, the steam engine, or the microchip some forward thinking observers predicted the changes that would come to society. But what about Crocs […]
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January 12, 2016
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Guy Harvey Research Institute Takes Tracking Sharks to a New Level

By Bradley M. Wetherbee, Ph.D. | Department of Biological Sciences | University of Rhode Island As 2015 ends we can take a few minutes to appreciate some of the things that we’ve done this past year. Take a look at this impressive view of the 2015 locations for sharks tracked by Guy Harvey Research […]
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January 12, 2016

Where the Past is the Future

By David Wilkinson Bimini has always been defined by its history. Rum runners of the Prohibition Era. Chalk’s first flight across the Gulf Stream in 1919. Hemingway feverishly fishing, writing, and drinking from his base camp at the Compleat Angler Hotel. These colorful events, places and people of Bimini’s past […]
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January 12, 2016
Spring 2011

Collector’s Edition – Spring 2011

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 […]
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January 5, 2016
This is the correct way to hold a fish. We released this monster 25+inch speckled trout on New Year's Eve.

Fishin’ Tradition

  By Fred Garth 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 […]
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December 1, 2014
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Fall 2014

Tanked In 90 Days… Panhandle Hatchery… Mako Tagging… Space Coast Cobia… Coolest Gear of the Year
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November 3, 2014
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Summer 2014

Bonefish, Baseball & Papa… Stalking the Grasslands, Sunshine Biofuel… A Better Sub… The best in Guy Harvey Outpost Resorts Digital Edition Coming Soon!
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April 4, 2013
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Battle for the Silver King

Written by Fred D Garth | Photos by: SavetheTarpon.com It’s safe to say that Boca Grande, Florida, was built  by  a  fish. A very strong fish. As far back as the mid-1800s, the economy of this idyllic fishing village blossomed as news spread of the high-flying, hard-driving silver kings. In 1897, a Chicago developer opened The Tarpon Inn about the same time […]
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