If you catch a smallmouth bass in the Susquehanna or its tributaries, with a wire trailing from its underside, it is a participant in a study of fish movement related to wider research into the causes of fish diseases in the river system.
Muskie fishermen who practice figure eights after every cast know the maneuver will increase their catches by around 25 percent each season
The hand-written note was as inconspicuous as your typical letter to the editor submission
Sportsmen are pushing the DNR for such a program
Bigger is better. Okay. Let’s not argue that anymore. Just ask a hefty largemouth if it would rather eat a big 10-inch worm or a little 4-incher of the finesse style.
Intersex fish have been found in Pennsylvania’s Susquehanna, Delaware and Ohio river basins, indicating that the effects of endocrine-disrupting chemicals are more widespread than previously known.
With the debate regarding hydraulic fracturing (fracking) far from over in Ohio, opponents of the practice may have been handed a pretty big “I told you so.”
Anglers love to follow cliches. Many of these cliches get taken as truths and get repeated until nobody ever questions what them
26-pound, 9-ounce sheepshead shatters 2005 mark
I suppose it was a decade or more ago when I heard a snippet of a conversation that turned my fishing approach on its head. It was the weigh-in for a bass tournament on the Alexandria Chain of Lakes, and I was standing near one of the fishermen who had a big sack of fish.
The Michigan Department of Community Health recently released new fish consumption guidelines for specific species and water bodies that many believe more accurately reflect the health risks of ingesting certain toxic chemicals in fish.
It’s a decision summertime walleye anglers must make
Bud Gillespie likely won’t be on Chicago’s lakefront come July 1, when hundreds – quite possibly thousands – of anglers kick off the first yellow perch season to be held on Lake Michigan since 2001
A commercial fishing boat captain has been fined $15,000 in connection with an illegal spearfishing case in which over 900 pounds of striped bass was illegally taken.
The spawn is wrapping up and the summer peak for panfish is about to occur.
Ohio’s environmental regulators and a federal agency that maintains Lake Erie’s shipping channels will work together on finding new ways to get rid of the tons of silt dredged from a northern Ohio harbor and dumped into the lake.
For the past two months, anglers have been doing something that they have not been able to do for well over 100 years – catch a trout in the West Branch of the Susquehanna River here.
Science and opinions considered evenly, it’s quite possible Illinois is smack in the middle of a Micropterus salmoides renaissance.
Input from motor-trolling opponents in Sawyer, Iron, Vilas, and Oneida counties got the attention of Natural Resources Board members
Like most anglers who tie into big fish, Eric Lester had the kinds of things happen that allow big fish to escape.
Limit to increase on three U.P. streams
Bass anglers have pondered this question for decades: Do bass remember?
But in May, carp led the way
Long-standing but little-known “Project F-69-R” could turn out to be an Illinois angler’s new best friend.
Lake trout fishermen in the Michigan Upper Peninsula’s Sylvania Wilderness Area were the first to feel the pinch; drive-up campers and anglers looking to use the Clark Lake campground and boat landing will be next.
Top presentations for spring bass