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On January 28, 2014, Jake Rodiek caught – and released – what is almost certainly the state record northern pike for the state of Nebraska. There is no question that this behemoth fish was the “the one that got away” for other anglers, as it had three hooks in its jaw, all trailing broken line, […]
If you’re in Florida – or if you can be on November 2 & 3 – you’ll want to be part of this first-ever catch-photo-release inshore fishing tournament to benefit Recycled Fish & Mote Marine Laboratory’s Project Snook. It’s the Addictive Fishing Weekend Warrior Challenge presented by Dick’s Sporting Goods, and you can register right here.
Dry weather, a changing water table, seepage and increased demands on the water supply (read: watering lots of Twin Cities lawns) have drawn White Bear Lake down to a level where lakefront property owners have to extend docks far across now-dry lakebed to reach the lake. The upshot is that this now-exposed area is ripe for […]
During the recent Free Fishing Weekend in Iowa, Recycled Fish joined the Jasper County Conservation Board to help with their annual Hook, Line and Sinker Fishing Derby.
April Vokey was born and raised inSurrey, British Columbia. For those who aren’t familiar, Surrey once had a reputation for rough neighborhoods. Dirty money, dirty people. She fell into the wrong friendships. But as the crimes got worse, so did her desire to get out of there. So, when she got her driver’s license, she started […]
How do we do Catch & Release Support on the Recycled Fish “On Ice” Tour? This video shows how in just a minute.
The “Stewardship On Ice” Booklet is the new playbook for ice fishing ethics The Recycled Fish “On Ice” Tour has made a big difference for lakes across the ice belt over the past three years. The tour has accounted for thousands of gallons of trash removed from frozen waters. It has also meant thousands of […]
Trip Report by Jim Miller My brother, Gary and I were fortunate to be the big winners for the 2009 Fish-A-Thon. We selected the Spring Bay Resort stay as our prize. After a little coordination with the resort we decided to take our wives and spend a week at the resort. That week was August […]
By: SAFE Angling Director Finn Horvath with Teeg Stouffer In the northern part of the country, the landscape is covered in ice and snow. For some anglers, relief only comes in the form of sports and outdoor expos, fishing TV shows or DVDs, hours at the fly tying bench or and sorting, repairing, and modifying […]
For a long time, we’ve been promoting the use of knotless, rubber mesh nets to help increase post-release survival of fish. We continue to believe that these are a good option. The only trouble: they’re heavy! Our friends over at Frabill have come up with some nets that we’re quickly falling in love with, their […]« Previous Entries