Up and Coming Fishing Tournaments August 2016 Aug. 4-7: Pompano Beach Saltwater Showdown. Contact: Cassandra Kusmich, (954).725.4010. Aug. 5-6: Sarasota Slam HBA Fishing Tournament, Sarasota. Contact: Leslie Weed at (941) 907-4133; www.sarasotaslam.com. Aug. 6-7: Annual Kingfish Shootout, C-Quarters Marina, Carrabelle. Net proceeds benefit The Leukemia Research Foundation. Visit www.c-quartersmarina.com for more info. August 6: The Friendly Flamingo Tournament, Flamingo in …Read More
Tag Recapture! GFR1619 – Roosterfish named “Amy” A Rooster fish originally tagged and released by the crew of Sunny One out of Los Sueños Resort and Marina was recently recaptured 330 Days later!! The Roosterfish (Nematistius pectoralis) named “Amy” (Tag ID: GFR1619) was originally tagged & released by angler John Bradley on February 19th, 2015 while fishing with Captain Ishmael and mate …Read More
We are very excited to welcome Ocean City Sunset Marina (MD) to the GrayFishTag Research program. Sunset Marina is the first Official Research Center on the east coast of the continental USA. This is great news as it will allow us to collaboratively tag and study additional fish species in a new geographically significant region. http://ocsunsetmarina.comRead More
Tag Recapture! GFR2970 – Dolphinfish named “Walter” The Dolphinfish was at liberty in the water for 19 days until its recapture offshore of Los Pascuales, 500 miles south of the original tagging location. The Dolphinfish (Coryphaena hippurus) also commonly known as Dorado or Mahi, named “Walter” (Tag ID: GFR2970) was originally tagged & released by angler Kerri Persons on December 13th, 2015 while fishing with …Read More
Welcome to the Gray FishTag Research Program We are excited to announce and welcome the latest Official Research Center of Gray FishTag Research. Pisces Sportfishing Fleet out of Cabo San Lucas, MX has joined us and we look forward working together on this fast growing and exciting project.Read More
Tag Recapture! GFR 1264 Bull Shark named “Clemente the Shark” This Bull Shark was at liberty in the water for 41 days and swam approximately 650+ miles before being recaptured! Sunday morning, September 20th, 2015, Steve Johnson and his wife Paula went out for a little snapper/grouper fishing in the northern Gulf of Mexico. When they got to their favorite spot, it …Read More
Tag Recapture! GFR2411 Swordfish named “Little Scott” Professional fishermen connect with commercial fishermen to create and advance scientific data. The Swordfish (Xiphias gladius) named “Little Scott” (Tag ID: GFR2411) was originally tagged & released by angler Scott Dingle on July 7th, 2015 while fishing with Captain Nick Stanczyk and mate Hunter Barron aboard the charter boat Catch 22 out of Bud N’ …Read More
Tag Recapture!! GFR9196 Atlantic Sailfish, Named “Sparky” The Atlantic Sailfish (Istiophorus platypterus) named “Sparky” (Tag ID: GFR9196) was originally tagged & released by angler Rick Hopkins on February 5th, 2016 while fishing with Captain Raymond Baiz and mate Justin Miller aboard the charter boat Reel McCoy, out of Bud N’ Mary’s Marina in Islamorada, Florida. The Sailfish was estimated to be 60 inches …Read More
FIRST EVER ROOSTER FISH SATELLITE TAGGED “TODD FLANDERS” INITIAL STUDY RELEASED – June 12, 2015 In January 2015, the non-profit international and fully interactive fish tagging program, Gray FishTag Research was launched. The program was initiated to collect information in real-time to produce valuable scientific data, directly from professional fishermen in every part of the world and made available for anyone …Read More
We are proud to welcome Costa Del Mar Sunglasses as the newest sponsor of Gray FishTag Research. “The commitment from Costa is instrumental for the continued growth of our fish tagging program,” says Bill Dobbelaer, General manager of Gray Taxidermy. Costa Del Mar is a long time supporter of the fishing industry and advocate of fish conservation. Costa is also a …Read More
Gray FishTag is proud to announce the partnership with Navionics Navionics, the leader of electronic navigation charts and systems for marine and outdoors use is now featured on the Live Tag Feed and Live Tag Map page. We like to thank everyone at Navionics for their help and support.Read More
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