Donation from Seaguar Fluorocarbon allows continuation of a four-part Roosterfish PSAT satellite tag study Gray FishTag Research is proud to announce the news that the organization received a donation from Seaguar Fluorocarbon, the largest producer of the best fluorocarbon leader material. The donation is instrumental and will allow the continuation of a four-part Rooster fish-tagging study that started in Costa Rica …Read More
Cobia Recaptured Healthy after 452 Days GFR1219, originally Named “Cathy” was caught 152 miles from original tag location. Download Study The Cobia (Rachycentron canadum) named “Cathy” (Tag ID: GFR1219) was originally tagged & released by angler John Ozer on December 16, 2015 while fishing just a few miles south/east of Key Biscayne, Florida. Mr. Ozer chartered a boat with legendary …Read More
Roosterfish Recaptured under the Gray FishTag Research Program Download Study The Roosterfish (Nematistius pectoralis) named “Cassidy” (Tag ID: GFR9202) was originally tagged & released by angler Joe Caliri on February 25th, 2016 while fishing with Captain Mike Alligood and mate Mariano aboard the charter boat Epic. The Epic fishes out of the Gray FishTag Official Research Center, Los Sueños Resort & Marina …Read More
Gray Fish Tag Research is proud to announce and welcome Mr. Eric Leech to the Gray Fish Tag Research Program. Eric accepted to become an official Advisory Board Member of our tagging program and we know he will be a great advocate to help carry out our mission. Mr. Leech brings great industry experience as he has been traveling the world …Read More
Atlantic Sailfish Recaptured!! GFR3303, Named “Pierre” Download Study It was a beautiful Tuesday morning on December 29th, 2015. Mr. Steven Creech was fishing aboard the charter boat New Latitude out of Fort Lauderdale, Florida. While fishing the waters just offshore, Mr. Creech hooked up with a nice Atlantic Sailfish (Istiophorus platypterus). After a 15-minute fight, they brought the Sailfish alongside the …Read More
Atlantic Sailfish Recaptured!! GFR8008, Named “Willy Amazing Sailfish” The Atlantic Sailfish (Istiophorus platypterus) named “Willy Amazing Sailfish” (Tag ID: GFR8008) was originally tagged & released by angler Doug White on January 7th, 2016 while fishing with Captain Justin Miller and mate Will aboard the charter boat Reel McCoy, out of Bud N’ Mary’s in Islamorada, Florida. The Sailfish was estimated at …Read More
Roosterfish Recapture!! GFR2312, Named “Epic One” The Roosterfish (Nematistius pectoralis) named “Epic One” (Tag ID: GFR2312) was originally tagged & released by angler Chris Nicholas on November 9th, 2015 while fishing with Captain Mike Alligood and mate Mariano aboard the charter boat Epic. The Epic fishes out of the Gray FishTag Official Research Center, Los Sueños Resort & Marina in Playa …Read More
Groundbreaking collaboration between Gray Fish Tag Research and Mexican Marine Research Center [CICIMAR]. Los Cabo (Cabo San Lucas) is one of the top fishing destinations in the world. There are a multitude of fish species that anglers can target, from Blue Marlin, Striped Marlin, Yellowfin Tuna, Dolphinfish, Roosterfish, etc. For such an amazing fishery, surprisingly there is not much known …Read More
White Marlin Recaptured!! Named “Osprey”, GFR10805 (Download/Print Study) The White Marlin (Kajikia albidus) was named “Osprey” (GFR10805), was caught by angler Junior Doerzbach while fishing the mid-Atlantic offshore waters of Maryland on, September 9th, 2016. Junior Doerzbach was fishing aboard the charter boat Rhonda’s Osprey with Captain Joe Drosey and mate Sasha Lickle, out of the Official Research Center, Sunset Marina …Read More
Pacific Blue Marlin Recaptured!! GFR5338, Named “Granger” It was a beautiful Saturday morning on July 30th, 2016. Mr. Granger Wong Jr. was fishing with his family aboard the charter boat Ohana (http://www.ohanasportfishing.com/) from Kailua-Kona, Hawaii. While fishing the deep pelagic waters just offshore of the big island of Hawaii, Mr. Granger hooked up with a nice Pacific Blue Marlin (Makaira mazara). …Read More
Bull Shark Recaptured!! GFR3579, Named “Chopper” On April 15th, 2016 while fishing the waters off Boca Grande, angler Mallory Herzog caught and tagged a Bull Shark (Carcharhinus leucas) aboard the charter boat Big Bully Outdoors with Captain Andrew Herzog. Mallory named the fish “Chopper” (GFR3579). The Bull Shark was measured at 76 inches (193.04 cm) total length and released in excellent …Read More
2016 Student Scholarship Grants Program Science and Development Program – FECOP, Gray FishTag Research – FECOP Science Collaborative Alliance Introduction and Objective Gray FishTag Research (GFR) and The Costa Rican Fishing Federation (FECOP) collaborative alliance to strengthen the scientific research in the Costa Rican sport fisheries is now underway. The objective of this united initiative is to support the conservation …Read More
Snook Recaptured Twice!! Fish GFR11687, Named “Tofu” On April 6th, 2016 while fishing the mangroves around Charlotte Harbor, angler Jimmy Ly caught and tagged a Common Snook (Centropomus undecimalis) aboard the charter boat Big Bully Outdoors with Captain Andrew Herzog. Jimmy named the fish “Tofu” (GFR11687). The Snook was measured to be 19 inches (48.26 cm) total length and released in excellent condition. …Read More
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