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Occupying the Skeena

Steven Hawley - July 25, 2018

Relinquish claims to ancestral land and waters situated at the mouth of the Skeena River, so that the Malaysian-owned conglomerate could build a liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal there. Council members voted on the Petronas offer.

Alpine Lakes for Remote Monsters

Landon Mayer - April 18, 2018

You don't always catch large trout in these alpine lakes and streams, but even the small ones are brightly colored treasures.

Understanding Trout Rise Forms

Tom Rosenbauer - March 05, 2018

Fly-fishing expert Tom Rosenbauer offers a detailed breakdown of the different types of trout rises and how you should fish each accordingly.

Effectively Presenting Flies to Steelhead

John Larison - February 26, 2018

Here's three proven guide strategies for effectively presenting flies to steelhead.

Brachycentrus Hatch on The Country Mile

Matthew Green - December 07, 2017

The Brachycentrus hatch along the Watauga River is said to be the the Super Bowl of southeastern aquatic insect emergences.

Nymphing: Low & Slow

Lance Egan - December 05, 2017

The best tip for fishing current is to consistently present a team of nymphs low and slow near the riverbed.

Silver Sea Trout

Ross Purnell, Editor - November 06, 2017

Fresh sea trout don't just look different, they act different, and they are rare specimens of a natural world that is transient and evolving right before our eyes.

When Moth Larvae Shine

Barry Beck - June 29, 2017

You definitely want to carry a selection of chartreuse imitations, and always carry a few floating patterns for the tent moth larvae and gypsy moths in your arsenal.

Crane Flies, Damselflies, and Mice

Landon Mayer - June 29, 2017

Crane Flies, Damselflies, and Mice all stand out in a crowd because these meals supply the fish with the maximum amount of nutrition for the smallest amount of effort.

Fishing Tailwater Brown Trout

Blane Chocklett - June 29, 2016

Learn to adapt to changing water conditions in "Fishing Tailwater Brown Trout."

Stillwater Hatches

Brian Chan - May 23, 2016

Read "Stillwater Hatches" to match the hatch and catch more fish.

Food For Finicky Trout

Matthew Supinski - February 01, 2016

Finicky Trout

Great Lakes Brown Trout

Matthew Supinski - January 26, 2016

Hunting trophy browns on Great Lakes tributaries   Photo Cathy & Barry Beck   The

Fly Fishing for Great Lakes Brown Trout

Matthew Supinski - January 15, 2016

With the wind and snow we had the place to ourselves, and we were certainly the only ones crazy enough to pack cold beer with us.

Matching the Flows for Winter Steelhead

John Larison - January 03, 2016

A modern approach to winter steelhead. Fly Casting to the right spot for the right drift for the right bite!

Bucket Buster Fly

John Larison - September 08, 2015

The Bucket Buster is a favorite for probing deep lies. The rear-placement barbell eyes ensures the fly sinks rear-first, a more hydrodynamic position.

Flies For Steelhead

John Nagy - August 30, 2015

Hot new Flies For Steelhead for the Great Lakes from Michigan to New York.

Four Seasons of Steelhead

Gary Edwards - May 30, 2015

Solitude and steelhead in Pulaski's winter "off" season   Photo Cathy & Barry

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