July 22, 2015
Ozzy and the Mahi

US Anglers Keep on Fishing

New report shows U.S. fishing participation rate holding steady. from Recreational Boating & Fishing Foundation Forty-six million Americans, or 15.8 percent of the U.S. population ages six and older, participated in fishing last year according to the 2015 Special Report on Fishing released today by the Recreational Boating & Fishing Foundation (RBFF) at […]
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July 17, 2015

Alabama “Rigs to Reefs” Program Adds Fishing Spots

From David Rainer Alabama is blessed with the most successful and extensive artificial reef programs in the world. And it’s in the process of getting even better. Thanks to a program called Rigs to Reefs, derelict gas and oil rigs will now become a part of the state’s artificial reefs instead […]
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June 3, 2015

When a Passion Becomes a Career, Introducing JJ Waters

By JJ Waters 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. My earliest childhood memory […]
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May 1, 2015

Celebrate Florida’s first annual Lionfish Removal and Awareness Day May 16 with FWC and Partners

Written by Florida FWC FWC will be hosting the first ever Lionfish Removal and Awareness Day Festival and Tournament at Plaza de Luna, 900 S. Palafox St., Pensacola, on May 16-17 with the help of sponsors like Guy Harvey Magazine, Coast Watch Alliance, Escambia County Marine Resources, Marina Management, Jaco’s Bayfront Bar […]
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April 8, 2015

California’s Rigs to Reef Program: A Long Strange Trip

Photo courtesy of Budd Riker www.lightinthesea.com Written by GHM Staff Photos courtesy of Budd Riker www.lightinthesea.com As any offshore fisherman knows, oil and gas platforms, which were originally designed to tap into underground energy resources, have become havens for another vital resource – fish.  Mother Nature, always ruthlessly practical and efficient, has […]
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April 22, 2013

Shark’s Eye – A Revolutionary Tag and Release Tournament Comes to Montauk NY

Above:  Dr Guy Harvey Library Photo – Shark Tagging in AustraliaHompage Slider:  Guy Harvey Artwork Marauding Mako BRINGING RECREATIONAL FISHERMEN, CONSERVATIONISTS AND SCIENTISTS TOGETHER Guy Harvey Ocean Foundation and artist April Gornik to donate prizes! Sport fisherman, scientists, conservationists, artists, tourists and the curious will gather on July 27-28 for […]
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June 19, 2012

Research With A Tooth Sense

Written by Ozzy Delgado | Photos by: Christine Shepard A week and a half before I got the opportunity to take a trip with the University of Miami RJ Dunlap Marine Conservation Program , I overheard that on Sunday, May 27th, they pulled in a record catch estimated over 1,000 […]
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April 30, 2012

Plastiki Voyage

Written by Daryl Carson David de Rothschild is an adventurer in the British tradition of great adventurers. Just 33 this year, he’s the youngest Britain and one of only 42 people to reach both the North and South Poles. He’s one of only 14 people to make it all the way across […]
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April 2, 2012

Pedal Power across the World including the Oceans

By Fred Garth There are lots of ways to bring awareness to the amount of carbon we use when we travel. One way is to travel around the world using only human pedal power. Such is the story of Jason Lewis, a Brit who can claim to be the first […]
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January 27, 2012

Masters in Marlin

“Don’t do a PhD research project on live marlin,” they said. “It will never work.” I responded, “Why not?” They said, “It’s far too hard, marlin are highly migratory, incredibly elusive, they dwell in the outer reaches of most oceans, and in most cases they are solitary. And, finally, you’re […]
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