The anglers in the room know the situation — the line tightens and, for a split second, you think you’ve got a fish on.
Rescuers were quick to respond to a collision between two charter fishing boats on the water 17 miles south of Shinnecock, a busy inlet on the south shore of New York’s Long Island.
Five teams of American Hobie Cat sailboat racers departed Key West's South Beach at Saturday morning on a Key West-to-Havana race, believed to be the first U.S. government-sanctioned sailing race between the two cities in more than 50 years.
A frighteningly large eel — taller than a double-decker bus — was caught by fisherman off the south coast of England.
New research is turning the well-known knowledge that reptiles, amphibians and fish are cold-blooded on its head with the discovery of the world’s first warm-blooded fish — the opah.
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