Category Archives: Environment

Hammerhead Shark on Nantucket Island

Hammerhead Shark on Nantucket Island Recently a hammerhead shark put in quite show on Nantucket. While not unheard of, hammerheads sharks are rare on Nantucket Island. Their normal range is in Tropical waters, from 37 degrees south to 40 degree … Continue reading

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Long Island Sound Continues to Decline

Long Island Sound Continues to Decline Back in March, a report was released concerning the health of Long Island Sound. It was authored by Hannes Baumann, Assistant Professor of Marine Science for the University of Connecticut and Jacob Snyder -a … Continue reading

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Some Fish are Weird

If you fish in the same area, year after year, you pretty much know all the local fish.  Face it. There are only so many species you’re apt to cross paths with. And you get familiarized with them one and … Continue reading

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Major Outdoor Gear Companies send a letter to Utah

Major Outdoor Gear Companies send a letter to Utah Some of the major manufactures of Outdoor Gear are not pleased with Utah. And have written a letter to Utah’s Governor Spencer Cox. Who am I talking about? Big names like … Continue reading

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Bonefish on Drugs?

Bonefish on Drugs? Is this click bait? Am I just kidding around, pulling your leg? Unfortunately no. Some bonefish are on drugs. Recently The Tarpon & Bonefish Trust did a 3 year research project with Florida International University. The goal … Continue reading

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