The equation is powerful and deceptively simple. In the Pacific Northwest, loggers are losing their jobs as cutting of old-growth … Continued
Catch Bass and Bluegills–Then Enjoy a Warm Meal and Sip Cold Drinks Out On The Porch As we walk toward … Continued
The Brooks River in Alaska’s Katmai National Park and Preserve is justly famous for the many brown bears that concentrate … Continued
I review and report on lots of new fishing tackle over the course of a year. Some reels and rods … Continued
It seems that magnetic oil has a future in fishing-reel design. Magnetic oil? Everybody knows that oil isn’t magnetic. Then … Continued
So here we are on the last day of 2012, traditionally a day for looking backward and then looking ahead. … Continued
Every year about this time, I have the same problem. First, our area fishing has pretty much shut down for … Continued
Some of my best trout fishing has always been done sitting down. That’s mostly because I try to watch a … Continued
I have shared the water fairly often with alligators over the years, especially when bass fishing Florida lakes. It never … Continued
Used to be I had a lot of trouble with crankbaits. I had several different colors, styles, and brands, but … Continued
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