Extreme Deep Sea Fishing asks—and answers—questions about lines and reels for different types of fish and conditions.
Reel Reports features tales from fishing guides worldwide, a sure source of inspiration.
Dan Eggertson’s Ask About Saltwater Fishing can—surprise—answer just about any question you may have about the joys and thrills of deep sea fishing.
Saltwater Fishing Tips takes you from France to the Yucatan and places in between with solid advice on making the catch.
Pierpont’s Fish, by Anthony Pierpont, brings you deep sea fishing and more, with fish tales from the warmth of Hawaii to the ice of Minnesota’s lakes.
It’s all bass all the time at BassSense. Sea bass, striped bass, largemouth bass…you get the idea. They do bass the best. (Say that five times fast.)
Fishing Hotspots covers gear as well as offering tips on fishing for specific types of fish.
The Pro Fishing Blog is a great general-interest fishing blog with some good information on deep sea fishing for novices.
Northeastern Canada & U.S.
Offshore Pursuits is a great Cape Cod fishing blog full of friendly reporting and advice.
Nothing will make you want to go sportfishing quite as much as the Kayman Charters blog, with well-documented trips to catch bass, blues, and some freakin’ huge cod.
Aiden’s Deep Sea Fishing blog captures the fun of deep sea fishing; you’ll see what it’s like to catch cod, mackerel, and more off the coast of Prince Edward Island in Canada.
The Yankee Fishing Captain’s Blog covers fishing and weather conditions off of the New England coast—if you’re anywhere near, the pics will make you want to book a trip with these guys!
You’ll feel the thrill of the chase over at Erwin Heinrich’s NJ Saltwater Fishing Reports.
Maine Saltwater Fishing Reports is a great in-depth read for anyone angling for stripers or bass.
Super Fly Charters lives up to its name. From Casco to Penobscot, it brings you reports of bluefin tuna, stripers, and water conditions for saltwater fly fishing.
Land the big ones with Deep Sea Fishing New Jersey—some striper, maybe some tuna or drum fish…take a look and find out!
Massachusetts Deep Sea Fishing Reports helps you reel ‘em in, and it’s just like your buddy talking to you. Great stuff.
Southeastern U.S./Gulf Coast
The Outer Banks Fishing Report is for all you Carolina folks, with magnificent pictures.
The Florida Fisherman Information Network is a valuable boatload (get it? boatload) of information for anyone hoping for a serious catch in the Sunshine State.
The thorough Central Florida Fishing Report brings you news of migrating tarpon, tussling sharks, and more.
The Flamingo Fishing blog covers a charter from the Fort Lauderdale area with some truly fishspirational photos of sailfish, wahoo and more.
Catch ‘Em All, a fairly new blog, will inspire you to mosey on down to the Florida Keys for your next deep sea fishing fix.
Key West Fish Tales tells it like it is—and shows it too. You’ll love reading this blog and looking at the pictures of catches like sailfish, dorado, and more.
Get down to the Gulf Coast with the Orange Beach Deep Sea Fishing blog, chronicling the adventures on board the Intimidator charter boat.
The Fishing Headquarters blog out of Fort Lauderdale will help you bring back a big one, whether it’s a sailfish, grouper, or wahoo. Also discusses deep sea fishing techniques.
West Coast U.S. & Hawaii/Western Canada
The NorCal Angler covers—as you might guess—sportfishing adventures in Northern California, including striped bass, steelhead, and more.
Do some Deep Sea Fishing in Oregon with the Captain’s Reel and you might find yourself reeling in some delicious halibut or salmon. Yum…
Alaska Fishing brings you news and travel info about fishing in Alaska’s icy waves.
Black Rock Charters shows you that there’s nothing quite like fishing in Alaska…ready to go yet?
The Maggie Joe Sport Fishing Blog will float you right on over to beautiful Hawaii, ready to catch some yellowfin and skipjack.
Caribbean/Central & South America
The Caribbean Fishing Charter Adventures Blog is a sportsman’s dream—the next best thing to actually being on boat in the Caribbean.
The Pisces Fleet Sport fishing Blog is based in Cabo San Lucas and takes you through adventures in catching marlin, swordfish, and sailfish.
The Panama Big Game Sport Fishing blog will have you planning your next trip in no time.
The Panama Fishing Reports blog provides enthusiastic coverage of Panama’s fishing opportunities and some serious pics of marlin, tuna, dorado, and more.
The tempting Crocodile Bay blog covers sport fishing in Costa Rica, with images of dorado, tuna, sailfish, and more.
A Fish Blog has some great stories and pictures with a focus on fishing in Norway and elsewhere in northern Europe.
Brighton Charter Fishing’s blog reports on catches, wreck fishing, and more, with pictures aplenty to keep your fishing dreams alive.
Check out Blue Marlin Sport Big Game Fishing in Gran Canaria for a look at excursions to catch dorados, skipjack, and more.
The White Marlin blog, also out of Gran Canaria, provides cheerful updates you’re sure to enjoy.
Ray Montoya’s Fear No Fish blog provides some great narratives about fishing off of Oman.
Check out the Fishing Report South Africa Blog for great insights into fishing off of the South African coast, including St. Lucia and Lamberts Bay.
If you’ve ever wanted to fish off the coast of Kenya, Walter Brun’s Big Game Fishing Blog is for you.
Andrew Griffin’s Game Fishing blog is a personal look at fishing trips around Malaysia.
Get to know deep sea fishing in Vanatu’s island paradise with Crusoe Fishing.
Ocean Blue Fishing Adventures is a brilliant look at the sport fishing life.
Anyone living in New South Wales or elsewhere in Australia should check out the Mounties Fishing Club blog.
Gamefishing Fiji is a sure delight for anyone who has ever caught (or wanted to catch) a sweet yellowfin or mackerel.
The Black Marlin Fishing Blog focuses on Australia’s East Coast, with thorough reporting and stunning photos.
Iona Game Fishing offers up some great photos and fishing reports, as well as tournament coverage and more.