https://wdfw.wa.gov/fishing/basics/crab

Washington Crab Identification Guide

8/1/2020 - Several species of crab are found in Washington's marine waters and along its shores, though only a few are large enough to be of commercial and sport interest. Crabs are crustaceans, having an exterior skeleton or shell. When crabbing in Washington, it's important to be able to identify your catch,… SEE MORE
https://www.montereyherald.com/2019/12/18/rescuers-free-entangled-humpback-whale-off-california-coast

Rescuers Free Entangled Whale Off Monterey

18/12/2019 - By Associated Press. A rescue team helped free a young humpback whale that was tangled in fishing gear south of San Francisco days after a fisherman first spotted it, a conservation group said Tuesday. The team in a small inflatable boat in Monterey Bay attached five large, hot-pink buoys to… SEE MORE
https://www.fisheries.noaa.gov/feature-story/12-shark-facts-may-surprise-you

12 Shark Facts That May Surprise You

18/12/2019 - 1. Sharks do not have bones. Sharks use their gills to filter oxygen from the water. They are a special type of fish known "elasmobranch", which translates into fish made of catilaginous tissues—the clear gristly stuff that your ears and nose tip are made of. This category also includes rays, sawfish, and… SEE MORE
Maryland Fishing Report.

Maryland Fishing Report Week of December 10th, 2019

11/12/2019 - By Keith Lockwood. While everyone is caught up in the pre-holiday rush, those looking for a little respite will find plenty of fun fishing opportunities this month. The preseason stocking of trout has begun and walleye, chain pickerel, yellow perch and catfish are all eager to entertain those who fish… SEE MORE