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.

Learn how to tie the FG knot the quickest way possible.

Learn about the telltale sign that can lead you to smallmouth success.

Mexican companies representing 93% of total tuna production in Mexico have committed to withdrawing from fishing Pacific bluefin tuna for the next five years. Find out why.

A couple fishing at the beach get a huge surprise when they reel in a 300 pound Goliath grouper.

Watch what the amazing giant trevally can do to a GoPro camera invading its space.

Wahoo are one of the fastest, toothiest, and hardest-fighting fish in the ocean, so catching one on a fly setup is a mighty challenge. Watch this remarkable video to see how one intrepid captain did it.

Did a California spearfisherman break a record after 173-pound bluefin catch? Find out all the details.

Why did Florida anglers recently remove nearly 600 lionfish from local waters? The answer may surprise you.

A Swedish angler jumps into the cold water for a once-in-a-lifetime photo op with giant halibut. Check out the pictures and read the full story.

Follow a pair of intrepid anglers in the far reaches of northern Quebec as they explore the oxbow lakes and islands of this natural haven in search of gigantic pike.