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.
If the closest you've come to a dude ranch is watching The Pioneer Woman on Food Network, then consider this your summer to experience one of the most American vacations imaginable.
My niece, Sophie, spent last week "down the shore" as they say in New Jersey. Her friend has a beach house, and they invited her to visit. Lucky! See...
In order to understand Ecuador's current strategy to combat illegal fishing, we must first look back to its origins. The Galapagos Islands and their surrounding waters encompass a truly unique ocean environment that has spawned amazing creatures ranging from the marine iguana, to the Galapagos penguin to the fabled Darwin finches.
Given the importance of seafood to our coastal communities, our economies, and as a major source of protein for people around the world, it is important that we conduct scientific research so we can better understand how various organisms will react to acidification in the coming years.
Father's Day is approaching, and I've been thinking about Dad. He's been gone now for several years. To say that he was an avid fisherman would be an understatement. It didn't matter what time of year it was, he was fishing.
It's summertime, the livin' is easy, and seafood shacks are throwing open their doors.
Striped Bass have come back from dangerously low populations before, and can do it again. We need to make sure to provide them all the help we can. They deserve it.
It is no longer easy and profitable for fishing operators to use illegal practices and to plunder our waters, undermining sustainable fisheries and ocean health. We have shown that our countries in the Western Indian Ocean are committed to identify the wrongdoers and act against them.
It may be hard to stomach, but your tuna sandwich, your sushi, and even your cat food may be directly connected to modern-day slavery on the other side of the world -- and there's very little you can do about it.