Fish Stories

Around the World in 1,826 Days…or so

By Capt. Patrick S... | Posted March 2008

This 126-foot mothership will be home for the crew of Offshore Adventures for about five years.Like squid drawn to a spreader light, angling aficionado and outdoor-sports TV-show...

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The Woes of the White Marlin

By Catherine Pearson | Posted March 2008

Rick and Yvonne BuckleyWhite marlin are often landed as incidental catch by longline fishing boats. It is now illegal to sell them commercially in the United States.When it comes...

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Black Marlin Boulevard

By Capt. Bill Pike | Posted March 2008

Alfred Glassell and his record black.During the 1980's I spent time cruising the west coast of South America on oceangoing tugs. The company I worked for specialized in bulk...

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Renaissance Men

By Capt. Bill Pike | Posted August 2007

Paul BrouMiller Marine's Bimbo (left) and Mike Miller.Mike Miller and his brother Bimbo don't mess much with advertising and PR. So I first got wind of their Florida Panhandle...

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Epic Battles

By Capt. Patrick S... | Posted August 2007

It was the first minutes of the tournament, and the moment I set the hook, the line started screaming. This fish was for real, and he'd eventually lead me into a give-and-take...

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The First Fish

By Capt. Patrick S... | Posted April 2007

When it comes to sportfishing, the names are legendary: Michael Lerner, Ernest Hemingway, Zane Grey, and Van Campen Heilner. But in 1897—a year before Hemingway was born,...

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Intro to the Edge

By Capt. Patrick S... | Posted February 2007

Something special happens between early summer and late fall off the East Coast of the United States. My friends and I call it “canyon season.” It’s a time for many tuna- and...

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Magic Carpet Ride

By Capt. Bill Pike | Posted February 2007

Photographer Jeffery Salter and I were just finishing a superb dinner at Angler’s Restaurant in Marsh Harbor, smack dab in the middle of Abaco Beach Resort, when I hit our hosts...

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Birth of the Battlewagon

By Jeffrey Moser | Posted February 2007

A 2004 survey conducted by Fernandina Beach, Florida-based research group Southwick Associates found saltwater anglers in the United States spent an astounding $11.3 billion on...

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Follow That Bill

By Capt. Patrick S... | Posted February 2007

Angler. Competitor. Adventurer. These words come to mind as I listen to Capt. Norm Isaacs talk about his life on and off the water, and it’s been quite the journey for this big-...

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Sharing the Wealth

By | Posted July 2005

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Beyond the Edge

By | Posted April 2004

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