Lockdowns, public lands closures, supply chain disruptions and travel restrictions took a toll. But many outdoor retailers still had a great year.
Has fly fishing become too popular during the pandemic? A Georgia outfitter shares his story about keeping up with demand.
Why one fisherman in Alaska won't leave the industry, despite the ups and downs.
A rise in foreign industrial trawlers off the coast of Senegal is causing local fishermen to lose their livelihoods
West Africa loses $1.3 billion a year as a result of illegal fishing from foreign trawlers. Senegal, the country hardest hit, loses $300 million a year, or 2 percent of its GDP.
For all its ocean docks, lakes, river and streams, the state has the fewest people who go fishing per capita.
Frozen Lake Winnebago is no deterrent for anglers looking for the huge fish that is the source of Russian caviar.
The oyster farms compete with boaters and other users of the coast's shallow salt ponds.
Americans import about 90 percent of the seafood consumed in the U.S., and about half comes from fish farms or aquaculture. The Obama Administration wants to decrease our reliance on imported seafood with efforts to allow fish farming in some federal waters — which begin 3 miles off states’ shorelines. Farmed fish create pollution with […]
Bass Pro Shops will acquire rival, Cabela's, in a deal worth $5.5 billion.