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Is the U.S. Forest Service Hoping to Cash in on Wilderness Areas?

Outdoor journalists spend a great deal of time outside in the wilderness, taking pictures and preparing to write about...

New Conservation Group Addresses Uncertain Future of the Deschutes

As I write in early June, the famed salmon fly hatch on the Deschutes River is all but done.  Some days the fishing...

Landowner’s Claim to King’s Grant Stalls Removal Of Virginia’s Monumental Mills Dam

The confluence of the Hazel and Thornton Rivers has historically been a gathering place for swimmers, canoeists...

River Rights, North Carolina-Style

Folks fishing in the Tar Heel state aren’t much different from anglers anywhere who are looking for a little...

Hunting and Fishing in America: "All Dollars, No Sense"

Living outside the nation’s capital as I do, I get a steady dose of political news whether I want to hear it or not...

The Giving Art: Dave Hall

MidCurrent: Dave, why a poster? Dave Hall: I’ve been an artist for going on 15 years now. My work tends toward a...

What Lies Beneath

All bodies of water get their magic from different places. A lake comes wrapped in a kind of finitude.  It is a...

Game Fish Wars: Tales of the Tar Heel State

“There they go,” said Capt. Gary Dubiel, pointing to a pair of commercial fishing vessels headed out for the day as...