Conservationists Fuming After Dead Shark Carcass 'Paraded' and Cooked at Seafood Festival

The shark was "bycatch" that had been snared by a commercial fishing net, but ocean advocates were not impressed.


Chef Shares Horrifying Video of Plastic Garbage He Found in a Fish's Stomach

Despite more than three decades working as a chef, nothing could’ve prepared Ricardo Muñoz Zurita for what he recently found inside a fish.


A Blue Crab Invasion Is Making Life Hell for Spanish Fishermen

Maryland's beloved blue crabs somehow made it across the Atlantic, and are now "devouring everything" and even getting compared to ISIS.


Guy Uses Fast Food Biscuit to Catch Massive Goldfish-Like Koi

“I had one Cashion Rod with me, and all I had for bait was a piece of a Lee’s Famous Recipe biscuit."


This Australian Guy Used a Baby Shark as a Bong

He's since gone offline after copping serious backlash on social media.


A Teen Survived at Sea for 49 Days in This Rickety, Floating Hut

Miraculously, ten ships passed by without seeing him before one finally came to the rescue.


Clint Dempsey Was U.S. Soccer

Deuce says peace to the beautiful game.


There's a 'Scallop War' Raging in the English Channel and It's Getting Violent

Footage from the clashes between French and British scallop fishers include scenes of boat-bumping, rock-throwing, and inexplicably smoking boats.


Watch Action Bronson Fish At Coney Island Using Nathan's Hot Dogs as Bait

The 'F*ck, That's Delicious' crew's winter fishing trip was wildly successful.


This 'Redneck Fishin' Tournament' Is Pest Control at Its Most American

People from all over the world gather in Bath, Illinois, to catch and remove thousands of invasive Asian Carp from the Illinois River each year.


'Bendy Bone,' Today's Comic by Paige Mehrer

While dissecting a fish, we find that the bones of some creatures are just too delicate.


We Went Fishing with Japan's Shark Hunters

Okinawa's fishermen took VICE along on their annual shark hunt, and we met the scientists who study their haul once it's brought to shore.