Fishing Around the World
Angling is the biggest participant sport in the world so we have decided to provide a section that gives you another perspective on how the rest humanity goes about the passion that is fishing.
Either a tiny man has landed a very big minnow or he has just landed a record breaking Wels catfish.
Marty Arostegui has a phenomenal record for breaking records, read about his shark in the fly. By Pete Johnson.
Story submitted by Pete Johnson of the International Game Fish Association.
Pete Johnson of the IGFA Awesome, a new world record for brown trout (salmo trutta), just 41lb 7ozs from the Manistee river in Michigan, USA.
Fishing in the out back, staff from 'Spooled' Australia's biggest online magazine tell us how they do it.
Peter Cammann - Streamside Guide
The author of hundreds of articles and two books on fishing - Peter Cammann will do almost anything to legitimize his efforts to stay on the water all day and night. His blog is just another excuse for him to go fishing and to call it research.
For more articles by Peter Cammann log on to www.thestreamsideguide.com
Sometimes fishing takes a backseat in our lives but is golf a substitute?
we often stare at the contents of our tackle box and try to make the smart move when all we need to do is do the obvious.
Fishing on horseback in Montana.
We all have our angling cock ups, Peter 'fesses' up on some of his more embarrassing experiences.
Peter get everything non fishing sorted out so he can do some serious fishing.
Peter muses on the covered bridge in his home town in Vermont which harbours, in it's shade, feisty little rainbows while town folk concern themselves with the age old protocol of how to cross the single track bridge.
Peter Cammann expresses his admiring view of pike as being one kick ass fish.
When you are fishing the difference between catching fish and coming up blank can boil down to how good you are at observation.
There are so many game species in the States, Peter has a great day on the Winooski catching brown trout, salmon, bass and fallfish.
Peter revisits the Gallatin river made famous in Robert Redford's 'A River Runs Through It', but has to keep an embarrassing secret.
When it's cold enough for brass monkeys to be fearful it's good to have some convivial company, shelter, food and a drop of home brewed beer to help you on your way!
Peter pops down to Puerto Rico to sample the laid back and quirky realms of fishing on sun kissed beaches.