Book Review: “An Alaska Flyfisher’s Odyssey”

Daniel Hoffman is best known in Alaska for the time he spent serving as the chief of police in Fairbanks – a tough job, to say the least. But Hoffman is an avid fly fisher, and recently wrote a memoir about his efforts to “seek a life of a drag-free drift.” David James, of Anchorage Daily […]

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High on the Fly Releases Fall 2021 Collection

High on the Fly, a lifestyle fly fishing brand based out of Utah, has recently released newly designed mugs, just in time for the fall 2021 season. The mugs feature original artwork by Stacey Weaver, and are some of the nicest looking fly fishing accessories I’ve seen. View the entire collection here. The post High […]

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Huge river cockroach CAUGHT A BIG FISH? Email information as…

Huge river cockroach CAUGHT A BIG FISH? Email information as well as images specifically to: anglersmail @timeinc.

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Scientist Put Penguins On Treadmills For Science Even more a…

Scientist Put Penguins On Treadmills For Science Even more at house on ice, the penguins entailed in this research were educated to stroll on a treadmill, allowing a team of scientists to keep an eye on just how their body motions transformed along 3 various axes as rate was raised. According to the research writers, […]

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Life with fishing as well as consuming

Life with angling as well as eating.Read much more: www.youtube.com

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These Are National Geographic’s Favorite Photographs From 20…

These Are National Geographic’s Favorite Photographs From 2015 Examined both on their creativity and also their material, the photos captureall the all-natural wonderand social intriguethatcomeswith globetrotting., that caught the early morning Sun climbing up the hills of Chile’s Torres del Paine National Park. This photo illustrates autos as they serpent up roadways andemerge out of […]

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Record stickleback agony at the scales for masked angler

ALL-ROUNDER Colin Etherington came within a whisker of the British stickleback record with this 7.89 g whopper. Colin recently told Angler’s Mail about how he is taking extra safety precautions when fishing, hence the mask in this photograph. His jumbo three-spined stickleback fell an agonising 0.11 g short of the official 8 g giant caught […]

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Match fishing legend Denis White battles back from coronavirus – but another matchman sadly dies

ONE of the biggest names in match fishing has been battling coronavirus – and thankfully the signs are now positive for a recovery. Denis White, seen not long before his health took a serious turn for the worse. Anglers across the UK and Europe have been cheered by the news that Denis White remains very […]

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7 super river fishing tips for late season success

THE coarse fishing river season closes at midnight March 14 in England and Wales, and those final days and hours often bring some very special catches. Angler’s Mail selected these super 7 river tips, to help you grab some quality sport … 1. TOP TIMING This first one of our late-season river tips almost goes […]

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All fishing weights made of lead to be banned?

THE use of lead in fishing could be coming to an end after moves being made in Europe. Even coated fishing wights made of lead could be on the way out across much of Europe. The European Union is consulting over the use of lead in fishing weights, and is expected to bring in legislation […]

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