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The Unbelievable Image Captured on Radar That Has Nothing to Do With Weather (VIDEO)
They came en mass on Sunday and then, almost as suddenly as they emerged, they were dead, leaving a huge mess behind. A mayfly hatch in Wisconsin over the weekend was so large that it was picked up by weather radar and even caused a three-car accident, not to mention... Read more
Perry Prepares to Deploy National Guard to Small Portion of Border
MCALLEN, Texas—Texas media outlets are reporting Texas Governor Rick Perry is preparing to deploy the Texas National Guard to portions of the Texas/Mexico border. State Senator Juan “Chuy” Hinojosa (D-McAllen) confirmed the pending announcement of Perry’s decision to deploy 1,000 soldiers from the Texas National Guard to the border.... Read more
Tennessee Restaurant Sees Business Surge After Posting Pro-Carry Sign
A Tennessee restaurant is welcoming armed citizens. The decision was made after the owner read about a convenience store manager that was shot after putting up a “No Weapons Allowed” sign, and after she lost business because some customers thought that she did not allow armed citizens inside. From... Read more
Rare blue-colored red king crab caught in Alaska  Read more
NOME, Alaska (AP) — A rare blue-colored red king crab was part of a fisherman’s catch earlier this month in Nome, Alaska. KNOM reports (http://is.gd/NQ1wSP) Frank McFarland found the blue crab in his pot when fishing on July Fourth off Nome. The blue crab is being kept alive at... Read more
Fish market owner to release 18-pound lobster
SCITUATE – The 18-pound, barnacle-encrusted lobster had seen better days. After evading for at least 75 years the fate met by countless other crustaceans, he found himself in an offshore trawler, ultimately ending up in the tank at Mullaney’s Fish Market in Scituate. Luckily for the lobster, store owner... Read more
Exotic Mosquito-borne Illness Arrives in the United States
Summer has always brought the specter of mosquito-borne diseases, and health officials confirmed last Thursday that a new, debilitating virus has officially—and finally—arrived in the United States. According to USA Today, the Florida Department of Health confirmed two locally-acquired cases of a disease called chikungunya. The virus, first discovered... Read more
El Niño Likely to Bring Unfamiliar Fish to West Coast
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Service (NOAA) predicts that El Niño will likely begin by August, and although experts opinions’ differ on how strong the weather event will be, many say that warm water temperatures will bring unfamiliar fish species to the West Coast. Anglers in California can expect fish... Read more
Fishidy with Mike Iaconelli: ICAST 2014
Fishidy with Mike Iaconelli: ICAST 2014 from Texas Fish & Game Magazine on Vimeo. For more information visit Fishidy.com Read more