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Dolphin Derby Winners

St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands. The catch of a 34.06-pound dolphin fish (mahi-mahi) earned St. Thomas’, Angela Berry, Top Angler and a $1,000 cash prize at the Virgin Islands Game Fishing Club’s 22nd Annual Dolphin Derby, sponsored by Budget Car …

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Shorter Days, Cooler Temperatures Get Fish Moving

Travis Durham and Captain Kathy Brown look like good looking fishing team to me. Captain Kathy Brown is holding up Travis’s just caught scamp grouper! Photo by Captain Judy Helmey

INSHORE Though the temperatures are still hot, the shorter days alert fish that fall patterns are pending. Fish are not migrating this month, rather they are feeding on everything that is available. Spotted seatrout, redfish, and flounder might feed at …

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Mad Dog Mandich Fishing Classic 2014

Mad Dog Mandich Fishing Classic

THE MAD DOG MANDICH FISHING CLASSIC EXPANDS THE 7th ANNUAL TOURNAMENT IN THE FLORIDA KEYS OCTOBER 3rd & 4th, 2014! A Portion of the Proceeds to Benefit Mariners Hospital Oncology Services By popular demand, the Mad Dog Mandich Fishing Classic …

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Virgin Islands Game Fishing Club’s Dolphin Derby

Best Boat, Emanuel (from left): Gerald Greaux, Jr., Tamika Turbe; Capt. Alvin Turbe; Kevin Lambert from Budget Car & Truck Rental; Gilbert Laban; John Clarke, and tournament co-director Dr. Craig Friedenberg. Photo: Dean Barnes

The catch of a 35.3lb dolphin (mahi-mahi) earned St. Croix angler, Beth Basinski, Top Angler and a $1,000 cash prize at the Virgin Islands Game Fishing Club’s (VIGFC) Dolphin Derby, sponsored by Budget Car & Truck Rental, and fished May …

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Cabo San Lucas – Super Sports Fishing & Much More

IGY's Marina Cabo San Lucas.

Many destinations claim to be the ‘Sports Fishing Capitol of the World’. Cabo San Lucas is the real deal. What’s more, this picturesque Mexican city located at the southern tip of the Baja California peninsula offers something for everyone whether …

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Fisheries Management with Coastal Conservation Association

A pompano is a trophy fish from the Texas Gulf coast. Photo By Jeff Dennis

The Coastal Conservation Association (CCA), based out of Texas, is a national membership-based marine conservation group that stresses science-based fisheries management decisions. Going beyond catch and release, CCA strives for long-term coastal ecosystem health. On November 19-21, 2013 the CCA …

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Big Fish Want Bigger Bait

The temperatures are still hot, but there is a subtle change that takes place in the month of September. All fish are basically put on notice that fall patterns are pending. Just a few minutes less of daylight makes all …

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Grouper Fishing Improves with Cooler September

Grouper Fishing - Capt. Kathy Brown of Miss Judy Charters and Steve Howell, also known as Capt. “Triple Trouble,” are holding up his just caught scamp grouper. This fish hit Howell’s live bait offering, then it ran for cover under a ledge, and it took about 20 minutes to get it out. A picture in this case is worth about 25 pounds of prime grouper fillets. Photo by Capt. Judy Helmey

September for us offshore fishermen is “Snag a gag month!” This just means the grouper fishing is better because things are cooling down causing more movement. During this month, gags, scamps and red grouper are more likely to be up and …

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The Dish: Mahi Mahi with Salsa Verde

Dorado (Mahi Mahi) Stacks with Salsa Verde

Start cooking up these healthy summer recipes and enjoy the most delicious dishes of summer. MAHI MAHI WITH SALSA VERDE This recipe was given to me by Mark on the S/V Pacific Wave. Prep time: 15 minutes. Serves: 4 4 …

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