Education, good habits and community efforts will turn the tide of this trash collection
Don't miss your chance to take a shot — or two or three — at the beauty all around us
An improvised safe-release device tackles a surface problem and reduces the opportunity for "floaters"
The Fred Hall sportfishing industry trade show is an angler's onshore paradise.
With the region's population stabilized and the lanky big birds again gracing the shoreline, the state declares a measured victory.
Before new offshore energy development gets the nod, fishermen are angling for a change to CAST.
The size doesn't matter; it's the chance to salute your prey and get your fish story straight that's key.
It can be dangerous, with long, demanding hours, but the end result can be quite rewarding.
The bottom line is that these tiny fish are the catch of your day.
A boat trip helps turn the tide for three children harboring the effects of an abusive domestic situation.
A Fish & Game marine biologist promotes the importance of long-term sustainability.
A campaign gives gratitude where it's due, but be wary of its unsuspecting undercurrents.
Need a winter break? Venture no farther than one of the South Coast's lake recreation areas.
Admire the lights and adornments of neighborhood holiday displays — and get in a decent workout, too.
Damage is done to myriad species that spend their early lives at the surface of the sea.
Weather the recession and stay entertained with the wondrous opportunities of an 'outdoors economy.'
They're in abundance in local waters this time of year.
For camping enthusiasts, the smaller crowds make this the perfect time of year for pre-holiday relaxation.
The Anglers' Legacy program needs ambassadors to help advocate for the sport and its conservation ethics.
Take a trip across the Channel to enjoy nature's beauty and revel in the looks and sounds of birds.
There are tried and true ways to get in on the action of hooking these fast and furious fish.
Critters should be taken into consideration in planning and development to minimize their displacement.
Capt. Bacon recalls a casual adventure turning into a perilous exercise in foul-weather seamanship.
Don't let their looks fool you; they're stealth, silent — and deadly. Handle with caution.
Weird things happen in the area off Santa Cruz Island; a watery monster can rear its head anytime.
There are many ways to catch and savor lobster, including landing the delectable critter yourself.
One boater's preventable mishap provides important lessons for anyone heading out to sea.
The partnership between the Santa Barbara County Parks Department and the United Pier and Shore Anglers of California puts fun in fishing.
Truly fresh fish is unbeatable, but for store-bought fish, this recipe will make you want to dive in for seconds.
Use one of three basic techniques to reel in one of the tastiest fish in the sea.
The critters, roaming freely and in growing numbers south of Point Conception, are a threat to shellfish.
David Bacon provides an insider's look at the live bait operation at Santa Barbara Harbor.
These sharks can be caught in shallow water and without traveling for hours to get to the best spots.
Whale watching in the Santa Barbara Channel is on now. Don't let the opportunity slip by to see big blue.
There's no better time to get hooked on thresher shark fishing.
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