A joint study from the U.S. Geological Survey and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service released Wednesday found that a fracking fluid spill in Kentucky in 2007 likely caused the widespread death of several types of fish.
New York City’s East River on the Fly
It’s nice to see the exploits of a Manhattanite angler make the latest issue of the IFFF magazine.
The Angel Wore … Waders. See a photo history of Ava Gardner’s glamorous 1940s life.
Two Anaheim Angels have won the Rookie of the Year Award:
Mike Trout (2012)
Tim Salmon (1993)
Many believe this is the only image of George Perry’s 22-pound, 4-ounce world record bass caught in 1932 (via Outdoorhub)
A 303-pound, 8-foot, 4-inch mako shark jumped onto a fishing boat off the coast of New Jersey, the Asbury Park Press reported.
“It took me about a minute to get it in the boat,” he said proudly.