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Take Action: Petition to protect our public lands News: Oregon will defy joint fish management on the lower Columbia River Video: Trout vision- Marinaro’s “Edge of the Window Theory” Tips and Tactics: The nuclear option for winter stripers The Bahamas: The $100m fishing question

Take Action: Petition to protect our public lands

The majority of Americans want to keep public lands in public hands, but most policymakers have been slow to speak out against the land heist.

News: Oregon will defy joint fish management on the lower Columbia River

The Oregon Fish and Wildlife Commission ripped a hole Friday in the 99-year-old fabric of concurrent fish management on the Columbia River.

Video: Trout vision- Marinaro’s “Edge of the Window Theory”

Understanding Vincent Marinaro's "Edge of the Window" theory provides invaluable incite to and understanding of trout behavior and rise forms.

Tips and Tactics: The nuclear option for winter stripers

The most successful winter bass fishermen target warm-water discharges near electrical power plants, water treatment facilities and other industrial sites.

The Bahamas: The $100m fishing question

The idea that two or more fishermen in a boat must have a Bahamian guide is downright crazy. How could Gray and the government get

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Take Action: Petition to protect our public lands

The majority of Americans want to keep public lands in public hands, but most policymakers have been slow to speak out against the land heist. [...]

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News: Oregon will defy joint fish management on the lower Columbia River

The Oregon Fish and Wildlife Commission ripped a hole Friday in the 99-year-old fabric of concurrent fish management on the Columbia River. [...]