Travel: See Southeast Alaska

Alaska holds the dreams and hearts of many anglers, and rightfully so. It’s a gorgeous, awe-inspiring landscape that’s one of my favorite places to fish. But it’s not all about salmon on the Kenai River, or halibut in Prince William Sound. Southeast Alaska has tons of fantastic fishing options, which are detailed in this awesome […]

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Tying Tuesday: Orange Head Mary

This variation on a pheasant tail nymph is a productive fly, especially in the fall months. The folks over at Fly Fish Food produce some fantastic tying videos, and the Orange Head Mary is a great example of how easy their videos are to follow. The post Tying Tuesday: Orange Head Mary appeared first on […]

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Ice angling in among the globe’s chilliest cities

(CNN) On the icy Ishim River that runs with Astana, Kazakhstan, fishermens wait patiently for a bite.

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Large Carp Gallery- most recent fantastic catches!

FISHERMEN’S MAIL takes carp angling seriously. LOGAN EASTON racked up large throughout an eight-hour session at a regional club shallows where referral is winkled out this 36 pound 10 oz typical. JASON MASSAY began the New Year with this 20 pound typical from his regional Cardiff Wharf. FISHERMEN’S MAIL takes carp angling seriously. Hull, East […]

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Impressive Beautiful Girl Fishing With Her Brother Khmer Tra…

angling, angling video clips, fish fry, Amazing Beautiful Girl Fishing With Her Brother Khmer Traditional Fishing In Battambang # 19 exactly how to promote sludge exactly how to boost … Read much more: www.youtube.com

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Alaska Salmon Returns Spark Praise, Concern

Alaska is a place of many extremes. It’s brutally cold, almost incomprehensibly massive, and its wildlife seems to revolve around the sudden runs of salmon that have made the state famous. Bristol Bay is arguably Alaska’s most well-known salmon fishery. The Yukon River isn’t quite the tourist draw, but it’s just as important to survival […]

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Fly Fishing for Salmon in Michigan Can Hook Anyone

Columnist Ken Perrotte, with The Free Lance-Star in Fredericksburg, Virginia, recently authored this column about fly fishing for salmon in Michigan. Much more affordable than heading to Alaska for salmon, Michigan offers the opportunity for anyone, according to Perrotte, to get hooked on fly fishing. Read his well-done story here. The post Fly Fishing for Salmon in […]

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Fishing’s Solution for Ocean Pollution

This is an interesting article that appears to be a well-sourced, coherent argument in favor of a new solution to an age-old problem – ghost fishing. Joe McCarthy, in his recent article for Global Citizen, writes that “an estimated 640,000 metric tons of fishing gear gets lost in the ocean every year, left to capture whatever crosses […]

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Podcast: The Fly Culture with Steve Cullen

In the most recent episode of The Fly Culture podcast, host Pete Tyjas sits down with Steve Cullen, a British angler and guide. The conversation between Cullen and Tyjas is a wonderful insight into fly fishing across the pond. Give the episode a listen here. The post Podcast: The Fly Culture with Steve Cullen appeared […]

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Is this the best-ever haul of big UK perch?

HOW about this for an amazing haul of huge perch! It was topped by a 5 lb 2 oz giant and EIGHT four-pounders, just days after winning a big lure match. Wayne Fletcher admires his biggest perch, 5 lb 2 oz, caught during an epic day at a secret reservoir. Paint sprayer Wayne Fletcher, from […]

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