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So what is the “North Carolina Governors Cup”? If you Billfish in North Carolina you are familiar with “G&R” Entertainment and the dynamic duo of George & Randy. The North Carolina Governor’s Cup Billfishing Conservation Series is an annual sportfishing series operating cooperatively with eight major billfish tournaments held along the Tar Heel coast. The Series, managed by the Division of Marine...
In my previous article, I talked about several ways to modify your downriggers, specifically to switch them to running monofilament line as opposed to the wire that comes on them and will chafe any mono that runs across it to the point of breaking.  Now that you have this done, why not set up the release with minimal hardware...
Would you like to understand fish and their feeding habits better? What if you could get a leg up on your buddies and have a way to out fish them regularly? There are several factors that affect the activity of fish, including when they decide to feed and understanding them will certainly benefit your fishing. However, We haven't figured...
The founders of PointClickFish.com, a digital media and live events company, have purchased the Southern Kingfish Association (SKA).  Brothers Jay and Price Feimster have owned and operated PointClickFish.com for ten years and are no strangers to the fishing industry. They have produced live coverage and content for over 220 Saltwater Fishing tournaments in the billfish, kingfish, redfish and charity event markets from...

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The Other Kingfish When many fishermen hear the word kingfish, they think of king mackerel.  That's a natural thought progression, with king mackerel being sleek, fast, powerful and growing to nearly 100 pounds.  They definitely are kingly fish, with all the attributes to put them at the top level of the ocean's hierarchy, even though those largest kings are actually...
Captain Curtis Morris It’s taken me a while to write this. If you didn’t know Captain Curtis Morris, I’m sorry. He was truly one of a kind. He was a father, husband, captain, friend, and a great fisherman. His passion for the outdoors and compassion for others showed on a daily basis. Curtis and I spent a lot of time...
  At its February meeting in Gainesville, the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) set the popular and economically important 2019 Gulf red snapper recreational season to open June 11 through July 12, with a possible fall reopening if quota is available. This season will apply to those fishing from private recreational vessels in state and federal waters and to...
If you haven't been inshore fishing lately, let me make you aware the water has cooled. It's averaging roughly five degrees colder than it was at the beginning of January. Sure, there are a few places where the temperature hasn't dropped that much, but there are places it's cooled even more. Plan on fishing water in the low 50s, but...
Word Record King Mackerel Reports (and pictures) are surfacing around the internet with information that a new world record King Mackerel was caught. Captain JB & Troy - Topshot Sportfishing out of Fort Lauderdale, FL. Two weights have been posted but Anglers Mike & Brook were on their Honeymoon and caught a 97.8 lb (also reported a 100.5 lb) King Mackerel on 40...
On Dec. 23, 2018 Luis Viyella set a new record (still pending confirmation) when he captured a 480 lb Yellowfin Tuna while spearfishing out of Casa De Campo in the Dominican Republic. The fish represents a new spearfishing world record and is larger than the current IGFA All-Tackle rod and reel mark for the species, which stands at 427 pounds....

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Critical Connections to Fall’s Toothy Critters

As waters cool during the fall, toothy critters – musky, pike, and walleye – enter into their annual feeding binge, devouring sufficient baitfish and...