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Tips & Tactics: A casting film that takes complicated out of two-handed Tips & Tactics: Easy DIY eyes and antennae for shrimps, crabs and crayfish Opinion: Has the issue of curbing international over-harvesting been solved? Guiding Chronicles: Here’s the skinny on life as a fishing guide Wednesday Fish Facts: About salmon, the fish we all love to catch and eat

Tips & Tactics: A casting film that takes complicated out of two-handed

Switch rods, as they got monikered by Bob Meiser decades ago, can best be cast by employing the Scandanavian method, a technique using less energy

Tips & Tactics: Easy DIY eyes and antennae for shrimps, crabs and crayfish

This easy DIY method for creating antennae for your crustacean creations will save you money at the vise and result in realistic and effective flies.

Opinion: Has the issue of curbing international over-harvesting been solved?

The world’s fisheries, which feed billions, are in serious decline. The National Academy of Sciences examined 4,713 fisheries., and only a third were sound

Guiding Chronicles: Here’s the skinny on life as a fishing guide

A full-time guide is obsessed with fishing and has a passion for constantly perfecting their strategies and constantly learning the best ways to stay on

Wednesday Fish Facts: About salmon, the fish we all love to catch and eat

A chinook salmon tagged in the central Aleutian Islands and recovered a year later in the Salmon River, Idaho, had traveled about 3,500 miles.

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Tips & Tactics: A casting film that takes complicated out of two-handed

Switch rods, as they got monikered by Bob Meiser decades ago, can best be cast by employing the Scandanavian method, a technique using less energy to create longer casts. [...]

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Opinion: Has the issue of curbing international over-harvesting been solved?

The world’s fisheries, which feed billions, are in serious decline. The National Academy of Sciences examined 4,713 fisheries., and only a third were sound [...]