Yes, their teeth are sharp. Yes, they enjoy their meaty snacks. But the species of piranha discussed here are not the type to be obtained by dipping cow entrails into the water and then flinging a dozen fish to shore.
News that plastic pollution will exceed all the fish in the sea by 2050 is beyond appalling -- it's unacceptable. We need bold action to stop plastic garbage from choking out ocean life.
A strong ethical case exists against putting wild-born captive killer whales on display in glorified swimming pools when these creatures naturally roam vast oceanic expanses. But what about pet fish imprisoned in a tank on a mantelpiece in our homes?
You start out after dusk, determined that perfect catch is, literally, right around the corner.
Tuna is a staple for many Americans. But unlike most other everyday ingredients, some tuna is on the verge of extinction -- yes, we said extinction -- and tuna fishing is plagued with stories of human trafficking.
To be effective, marine conservation must be based on rigorous and targeted science. The large and growing threats to ocean ecosystems coupled with the limited scientific capacity of most small island states make science-based management not only an imperative, but also a challenge.
The common thread for a retailer, hotelier or restaurant is great service and experience; therefore, in the Caribbean, the challenge is keeping the core values consistent with its international counterparts.
Whether you're cooking fish for the first time, a vegetarian returning to the field (ahem -- waters), or just looking for an easy weeknight seafood meal, here are 15 of our favorite no-fuss fish dinners.
By Frank Petito for the Orbitz Travel Blog Sunset over Lake Michigan Gone fishing. The words--historically scrawled on a shingle nailed outside a wo...
More: Sustainable seafood 101There are certain fish we all know the names of: salmon, bass, tuna, halibut. They're well known because they're delicio...
"I think that I feel the most beautiful when I'm fishing. I'll have slime on my face and fish parts -- but when we're picking really hard and getting the fish out of the gear and we're racing against the tide -- to feel something where I get to feel my strength."
On Saturday, September 19th, 2015, a fishing derby is being held at the Constitution Gardens in Washington D.C.'s National Mall, for 250 urban youth.
Recently, two editors at The Denver Post decided to ditch the paper's long-running and wildly popular "Outdoors" column... and by extension, to disappear an award-winning Post writer of some 20 years, Scott Willoughby.
What we're actually doing when we import all of our fish in and ship what we catch oversees based on popular demand (like dogfish to England) is to strengthen the disconnect between fisherman and the lay eater.
Having not visited Memphis in at least a decade, I returned this summer to sense that the city is really on the verge of a cultural and tourist boom that goes way beyond the requisite pilgrimage to Elvis Presley's cheesy Graceland home.
Abbie Schuster shares a bit about why she loves fly fishing, her thoughts on opening up the industry to more women, and tips on how to approach the sport as a beginner.