Shore Fishing For Tuna? – Sdfish.com

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Shore fishing for tuna? May 28, 2014 Written by SDFish.com How would you like to be able to catch pelagic species like tuna and jacks from right off the coast? This young group of anglers from Australia is able to do just that – but they’re putting their lives on the line every time they do. They call themselves “land based game fishermen,” and that sounds accurate. But some would call them dare devils or worse. Read more http://sdfish.com/saltwater-fishing-news/3994-shore-fishing-for-tuna

My West Coast Saltwater Fishing Article in this Issue of the Lakelander Magazine | Good Hunt

Our conservation efforts are aimed at giving anglers a fair chance at landing some fish. As a result, the fishing in Virginia is terrific. Virginia Marine Resources Commission No fishing license of any kind will be required for recreational rod-and-reel fishing during free fishing days, except in designated stocked trout waters, where both a freshwater and trout license will be required. All fishing regulations including size, season, catch limits, and gear restrictions will remain in effect. We have some of the best rivers, lakes and streams for fishing in the country and we would love it if the non-fishing public would give it a try. Its fun and rewarding, said Bob Duncan, executive director of the Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries, which manages freshwater fishing. The Marine Resources Commissions website at mrc.virginia.gov has information on Virginias recreational fishing size, season and creel limits. Find out more http://www.vagazette.com/news/va-vg-fish-for-free-this-weekend-20140602,0,7217027.story

Fish for free without a license this weekend – vagazette.com

This is my first saltwater or any-water article. I grew up doing a ton of flats and nearshore fishing around the Tampa Bay area quite a bit of nostalgia is infused in this piece. Unfortunately, other interests and pursuits have pushed my fishing time to the periphery. As I read back over this, though, it certainly puts me in the mood. Thanks once more to The Lakelander for permitting me the space to write. If anyone has ideas for local outdoor sporting events for future issues, feel free to drop me a note. For more information http://goodhunt.blogs.theledger.com/14877/my-west-coast-saltwater-fishing-article-in-this-issue-of-the-lakelander-magazine/

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