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“Look at how pink the pelvic and anal fins are.”
The True Story
I’ve sat in on two Zoom presentations this past month, each one packed with information…
Growing up in southern California, I always had a fairly ambiguous relationship with opening day.…
"Back Slough" shows Mercer's appreciation of the pictorial drama inherent in high horizons.
Galen Mercer Looks Back on 2020
Yet the outdoorsman within artist Galen Mercer reminds us that when borders started closing, “Through…
Wildfowlers know that the first Federal Duck Stamp was created in 1934 by J.N. "Ding" Darling.
J. N. “Ding” Darling, Jealousy, and the Mangrove Cuckoo
Years before becoming familiar with the Federal Duck Stamp Act, I gathered seashells along the…
The return of trade shows is good news – even if most fly fishers can probably get by without another new rod.
Back in Business
In news last week that promises to lift the spirits of the business side of…
Modern soles on wading boots are just one way anglers can help prevent the spread of invasive aquatic species.
State and federal agencies throughout the West have made the battle against invasive aquatic species…
Stand up paddle boards can carry even timid anglers to uncrowded water.
Old Dogs, New Tricks
The first time I saw a stand-up paddle board, or SUP, used for fishing, I…
Guide Jeffrey Feczko enjoying a day off somewhere deep in Baja.
When I first met Jeff Feczko, one of those globe-trotting guides who make most of…
Isn’t it time we considered steering clear of dark trout like this Deschutes redside during their annual spawning season?
Call him Jake. A recent initiate to the subtleties of trout fishing, he keeps texting…
Throughout the West, more and more dams like this one on the Klamath River are slated for breaching in efforts to restore the health and integrity of native fisheries.
A Good Day to Die
The recent $33 billion proposal by U.S. Rep. Mike Simpson (R-Idaho) to breach the four…
Trickle-Down Theory: Small Creeks, Big Returns
by Scott Sadil It’s always a surprise – maybe moreso the first week of February. …
Wild fish from the bank: one way it’s always been done.
Row v. Wade
Recent rule changes by the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife prohibit coastal anglers from…
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