Jarrett Bay’s latest may be the best of two worlds. This 67-foot custom boat is all fishing on the outside and pure yacht on the inside.
Winning a new Steiger Craft was only the beginning for this professional baseball player
In the high-stakes world of big-game fishing tournaments, a certain code of conduct must be adhered to, or chaos ensues.
A favorite of tournament anglers, Omni Sonar provides a 360-degree picture around the boat to help crews find more fish.
Release is building its largest walkaround yet.
Down But Never Out: An Angler’s Mission to Fish Through Adversity.
The Ebony Anglers fishing team is making an impact on the tournament circuit.
Forging your own path is hard, especially for a woman in a male-dominated industry. Pat Mundus did it anyway.
A fishing trip with no cell service and no headlines was just what the doctor ordered.
Burger Plans to Build a Sportfisherman. The Wisconsin-based yard known for superyachts draws up a sportfish to add to its lineup.
After 25 years, the family of a missing fisherman is still haunted by his loss.
A 35-foot Contender wins the blue marlin tournament by .2 pounds, but the big money goes to second place.
On The Superyacht Dorothea III, Sport and Charity Go Hand in Hand
The luxuriously appointed and wildly practical Paul Mann 77 “Full Time” is built for hunting big gamefish.
Since he was a boy, fishing has been a driving force in the life of Pat Healey, the head of Viking Yachts.
A two-day fishing tournament in Miami attracts the country’s best chefs and impacts the lives of some inspiring young people.
Emeril Lagasse cooks up a plan to fish hard and help the next generation of chefs.
Aboard a Maverick sportfisherman off Costa Rica, a lifelong angler experiences three crazy hours of billfish bliss.
The Canary Islands are bucket list fodder for anglers with a passion for pursuing big blue marlin.
2018 was a pretty good year for recreational angling interests. But can it last?
Sheep Dog Impact Assistance grew out of a natural disaster. But it also had a secondary effect: Giving veterans a second calling.
The science of tagging fish began with tuna decades ago, but has since evolved into a global effort for multiple species.
The Hatteras Cup allows owners of its vessels to compete head-to-head anywhere upon the world’s waterways.
Converted “jack-up” boats. World-class redfish and speckled trout. Louisiana’s Chandeleur Islands have it all.