Fish Facts

January 27, 2012

Fish Facts: Ten Things You Didn’t Know About the Quick and Nimble Flying Fish

Flying fish can be found in all of the world’s warmer ocean waters, and their signature leaps make them a sight to behold. Flying fish don’t […]
February 14, 2012

What Do Tilapia Eat and Other Tilapia Facts

Have you ever heard someone say that they prefer unfishy fish? That kind of dietary preference is more common than you might think, which is why […]
April 4, 2012

Fish Facts: Amberjack

Have you ever fished for (or caught an) Amberjack? Would it surprise you to learn that this fish is not actually one fish, but rather three […]
April 20, 2012

Catching America’s Favorite Fish

Would it surprise you to learn that America’s favorite fish is the Alaska Halibut? Often called whales, soakers, barn doors, or chickens (in the case of […]
May 4, 2012

You Eat What Your Fish Eat

There’s nothing quite like reeling in your catch, firing up the grill, and creating a simple, fresh, mouthwatering feast right there on the shoreline. But wait! […]
June 4, 2012

Fish Facts: The Grey Nurse Shark

Have you ever accidentally caught a grey nurse shark? Maybe not! It used to be quite common for anglers to reel in the occasional grey nurse […]
June 18, 2012

The Earliest History of Fishing

With all of the modern gadgetry most anglers rely on these days, it can come as quite a shock that fishing has been around for about […]
July 16, 2012

Bullhead Catfish Facts

The bullhead catfish is the most common member of the catfish family and a very tasty fish. Mostly found in coastal rivers, ponds, and reservoirs, bullhead […]
August 13, 2012

About the Ocean Sunfish: The Largest Fish in the World

Very few anglers don’t have at least one fish story about the big one that got away, but if you want to talk really big fish […]