A chance to fish with a Professional Anglers Association tour-level pro or a once-in-a-lifetime fishing getaway to a remote lodge are prizes at stake in the second annual 24-Hour Fish-A-Thon slated for Sept. 10-11.
New York City artist, adventurer and sailor Reid Stowe, on his 70-foot gaff-rigged schooner Anne, is nearing the end of his epic 1,000-plus day non-stop and non-resupplied sea voyage.
Charterboat captain Rick Shepanski, of Cape May, N.J., worries about some of the charter boats he sees carrying customers offshore. He doesn't think they always belong out there.
The Florida Keys and Key West tourism council launched a new web and social media-based feature designed to communicate "an accurate status of Keys tourism offerings during the Transocean/BP oil spill crisis."
On the first day of the Big Rock Blue Marlin Competition in Morehead City, N.C., the boat Citation from the Outer Banks was the first to catch the big blue. It didn't get to the weigh station until about 7 p.m., but it was worth the wait.
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