It depends on where they live.
A new study reveals that avid anglers are no strangers to opportunistic sharks — and this could impact shark conservation.
A new study reveals the depths and temperatures that blue marlin prefer.
Genetically diverse seagrass beds on the North Carolina coast might be able to adapt better than seagrass that grows elsewhere.
From the water’s edge to the heart of the community: fishing for food is far more than a pastime.
Last year’s coastal trash included a garter belt and a windshield — but fishing gear made up less than 1% of the items that people picked up.
When these fish return to the Albemarle Sound to reproduce, they prefer one river basin — by far.
A new model accounts for a number of factors that influence the populations of Atlantic menhaden and other species.
An archaeological site has revealed an enormous collection of early hooks, lines, and sinkers — and even evidence of artificial lures.
Warming waters means hundreds of fish species — including some of the most economically important to the United States — will be on the move.