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  • Prime White Bass Run Expected

    Prime White Bass Run Expected

    For Texas anglers and fisheries biologists alike, heavy rainfall early in the year signals the beginning of a very exciting event – the annual white bass spring spawning run upstream from reservoirs into rivers and creeks. With ample moisture currently falling across the state, anglers could see schools of the popular sport fish concentrating in their local fishing holes very soon.

  • Scientists Join White Shark Expedition

    Scientists Join White Shark Expedition

    Director of the Center for Shark Research at Mote Marine Laboratory, and scientists from several other institutions are boarding OCEARCH’s research vessel this week for a return expedition to the waters off South Carolina, north Florida and Georgia –Expedition Lowcountry II. This Jan. 15-Feb. 5 trip, the 31st expedition hosted by OCEARCH, aims to expand scientific knowledge about white sharks, popularly known as great white sharks.

  • White River Marine (Bass Pro Shops) adds Legend Boats

    White River Marine (Bass Pro Shops) adds Legend Boats

    White River Marine Group, the Bass Pro Shops organization that owns Ranger, Triton, Nitro, Stratos and Tracker boats, announced it is adding Legend Marine...

  • Fishing Groups Call on White House for Ethanol Policy Changes

    Fishing Groups Call on White House for Ethanol Policy Changes

    In a letter sent today to the Trump administration and Congress, a coalition of recreational boating and sportfishing interests urged action to fix America's broken ethanol policy. The American Sportfishing Association (ASA), Boat Owners Association of The United States (BoatUS), National Marine Manufacturers Association (NMMA) and Marine Retailers Association of the Americas (MRAA) on behalf of the nation's 12 million recreational boat owners, 46 million recreational anglers and 35,000 recreational boating businesses respectively expressed concern with the Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS).

  • Brown Trout Spawn Underway

    Brown Trout Spawn Underway

    White River Brown Trout Spawn Update Leviathan class brown trout residing in the White River have responded to nature's call to procreate in mass on the flow's shoals. An incalculably valuable resource, successful reproduction is "money the bank" for the Southern fly fishing fraternity. Local reports of big sow browns on the "redds" are very encouraging.

  • Texas: Angler Access for White Bass Action

    Texas: Angler Access for White Bass Action

    White bass are one of Texas' most sought-after gamefish, especially when they make their annual spring spawning migration into rivers above reservoirs.

  • Great White Sharks at Cape Cod May Double Their Numbers

    Great White Sharks at Cape Cod May Double Their Numbers

    great white shark was photographed in August swimming close to a windsurfer off Nauset Beach in Orleans.A great white shark was photographed in August swimming close to a windsurfer off Nauset Beach in Orleans. Members of a working group tasked with studying ways to improve public safety say swimmers will need to be educated about the risks of going too far offshore.

  • Life Returns to Utah's Red Fleet Reservoir

    Life Returns to Utah's Red Fleet Reservoir

    Those at the boat ramp at Red Fleet Reservoir were all smiles when the first fish hatchery truck drove down the ramp on Nov. 16. The truck released more than 3,800 Colorado River cutthroat trout into the reclaimed waters. The truck returned a few hours later with its second load of fish, another 5,000 cutthroat trout from the Whiterocks State Fish Hatchery.

  • Shark Researchers Tag Record 4 Great Whites in Single Day off Cape Cod

    Shark Researchers Tag Record 4 Great Whites in Single Day off Cape Cod

    The shark-tagging season remains active off Cape Cod as researchers continue spotting great whites close to shore.

  • Great White Sharks Killing Sea Otters off California Coast

    Great White Sharks Killing Sea Otters off California Coast

    Great white sharks are attacking and killing otters off the coast of California, leaving scientists baffled about why they appear to be preying upon the endangered creatures.