Authors Posts by Joe Sarmiento

Joe Sarmiento

Joe Sarmiento
Joe is an avid saltwater angler. He grew up in Washington State on the south end of Puget Sound where he first started fishing as a boy catching perch, flounder, rockfish, and occasionally salmon. Today, Joe lives in Southern California where he fishes off beaches and jetties, kayaks, and sportfishing boats. Joe writes about his saltwater adventures in the SoCal Salty blog, and for Western Outdoor News.

If you get the opportunity to fish with a guy who is named after the fish he catches, you better go with him. That's why went drove out to Sam Rayburn Reservoir in East Texas to fish with the legendary Mr. Crappie.

Watch a 9-lb. bass attack a lunker frog in the air beside the angler's boat.

Kelly Hutson of Durham, California is known as "the Crayfish King." Find out how he got that moniker and the interesting way he makes a living on the water.

Recent news of a shocking maritime discovery -- a smallmouth bass with a cancerous tumor -- has shocked Pennsylvania anglers. Find out what they're doing about it.

Biologists discovered a 1,000-lb. giant squid with 16-foot-long tentacles in New Zealand. This is no movie effect--this is real. See for yourself.

Watch an 80-lb. marlin caught by handline in just 8 minutes.

A young angler hooks into a nice musky using his Toyota Corolla as his fishing platform! Don't believe it? Watch this video and see for yourself.

This catfish almost seems docile, allowing the noodler to place his hand inside the catfish's mouth and just grab it. Is this how it always works? Watch and see for yourself.

Check out this clip from the documentary "Pursuing Esox: Pike, Musky, and Pickerel on the Fly." The documentary explores the cultural phenomena surrounding the world of Esox fishing on the fly--the tying, the boats, the people, and their obsessive lifestyles.

Join a master sportfishing captain as he journeys to the Pacific Ocean's uninhabited Clipperton Island, on his way to snagging four IGFA world records.