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Hook, Line & Science celebrates its second birthday.
Low-cost technology could allow for regionwide comparisons of daily numbers of the species.
Year-to-date totals are typical, but the changes in sales by type of license are anything but.
Since 2014, anglers have donated over 4000 fish to inform stock assessments.
In general, the riskier the conditions, the more likely boaters are to wear life jackets.
Scientists are working together to track 104 fish and sea turtle species in coastal waters.
Despite patrolling and education efforts, an Australian study shows that illegal fishing still occurs — and at predictable times.
North Carolina is home to more than 800 licensed fishing guides whose customers cast a line in both our estuarine and marine waters.
The “TrophyCatch Eyeball Challenge” reveals that guessing the weight of a bass in a photo is a lot harder than most people think.
By the 2090s, the spawning season for American shad could begin 12 days earlier.