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High Country Fishing

No Comments 30 September 2012

Tired of fishing in waters teeming with more fishermen than fish?  Want to fish remote lakes not accessible to the average person?  Looking for a family fishing vacation non-anglers in the family will enjoy?  If you answered yes to any of those questions, a high country pack trip might be the perfect vacation for you. Reputable pack outfitters, […]

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The Coho Connection – Cordova Alaska

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The Coho Connection – Cordova Alaska

No Comments 07 February 2011

The Coho Connection – Cordova Alaska By John L. Beath Splashes of fish trying to throw hooks echoed across Ibeck Creek’s shrub-lined shores causing me to look downstream. With fly rod in hand my gaze focused on two anglers with spinning rods 100 yards away. Both anglers had coho wildly jumping at the end of […]

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On The Water Reader Report

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On The Water Reader Report

No Comments 19 July 2010

On The Water Reader Report By Rick Redlich Here’s the ticket to great yellowtail catches!  Get yourself a Stinger.   I’ve fished the waters and the islands of the Southern California Bight for 50 years.  For the last 25 years, I’ve employed one method of fishing almost exclusively.  I yo-yo a Stinger lure straight up and down just […]

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An Angler’s California Dream: Extreme Fly-Fishing for Mako Shark

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An Angler’s California Dream: Extreme Fly-Fishing for Mako Shark

No Comments 16 July 2010

An Angler’s California Dream: Extreme Fly-Fishing for Mako Shark Mary L. Peachin with photos by Michelle Woo Bowman Attracted by chum, a wide-shouldered mako, its broad-tipped pectoral fin weaving, approached the boat. Closer and closer, 30-25-20 feet, its glassy eyes honed on us as it gulped bits of fresh mackerel. Flying fishing guide Conway Bowman […]

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Alaska Angler

No Comments 16 July 2010

Alaska Angler Christopher Batin Pacific Halibut Feeding Habits I like to spend the winter months reading about the sportfish species to be pursued in the upcoming season. I feel such research allows me to be a more effective and successful angler. In one report, USGS biologists examined the stomach contents of 947 sport-caught halibut in […]

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Seeing Is Believing

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Seeing Is Believing

No Comments 06 March 2010

Back in the late 1970’s steelhead fishing became an important part of my life. I’d fished for the stealthy, often times seemingly non existent fish in at a younger age, but once I turned twenty steelhead fishing became an important part of my life. At least twice during the summer months several of my fishing […]

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More Crappie Pros Choose Southern Pro Jigs Than Any Other Lure

No Comments 18 February 2010

By Bella Kabe COLUMBUS, Miss. — Three of the top four semi-pro teams and the top two amateur teams competing in the 2009 Cabela’s Crappie USA Classic championship tournament used Southern Pro jigs to land their prize-winning fish. The 2008 defending champions, John Woods and Tracy McIntosh, both of Dyersburg, Tenn., took the 2009 Crappie […]

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