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Some Tips for Fishing Yellowstone National Park

First and foremost, it’s your responsibility as an angler...

Travel and Trout Fishing in the Scottish Borders

This article was first published in Strung Magazine: Life...

Photo Essay: Christmas Island

Introduction to Fly Fishing Colorado's South Platte River

The South Platte River begins in Colorado high atop the...

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Giant Jungle Tarpon of Costa Rica

The anchor digs into the soft muddy bottom causing the boat to swing into a seam about 50 feet from where the last...

Patience, Focus, Persistence: A Report from Turneffe Flats

The moment I decided to commit to a permit-specific trip, I began to wonder about everything I heard and read about the...

Travel Basics: Breaking Down the First Aid Kit, Part 2

In my last post we delved into the importance of a first-aid kit for traveling adventurers, photographers and anglers...

Travel Basics: Breaking Down the First Aid Kit, Part 1

One of the most important pieces of “kit” for any traveler is the first aid kit —and it’s especially crucial if...

In the Valley of the Rainbows

Patagonia is a land of soaring mountains, wide gravel roads, cold blue rivers, and legion trout.  The fact that it's...

Update: Is a Regulatory Sea Change Coming to the Bahamas?

At the 6th Annual Bonefish & Tarpon Trust (BTT) Symposium in Fort Lauderdale, US-based ad agency Admirable Devil...

Bitterroot River: Mahogany Mayhem and Other Hatches

When asked which was the must-fish hatch on the Bitterroot, Jeff Gray, the owner at The Freestone Fly Shops in Hamilton...