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A Dream We Call Alaska

Nestled deep into the wilderness along the shores of one of the largest lakes in Alaska, lies a grouping of fly-fishing lodges that encapsulate what it truly means to be wild. Within those boundaries, endless quantities of Salmon, Rainbow trout, char, and other freshwater treasures move throughout the territories, creating an environment so wild, it feels like something that could only be found between the… Read More »A Dream We Call Alaska

Behind the Fish: Taimen Conservation with Scientist Matt Sloat

Introducing the Behind the Fish Series, where we go one-on-one with various different fishery scientists across the world to better understand a specific species of fish or fishery. From the genetic make-up, feeding habits, fishing techniques, native range, to conservation we dive straight in to learn about the facts that matter and what makes these fish so special. In this feature, we were lucky enough… Read More »Behind the Fish: Taimen Conservation with Scientist Matt Sloat

Duckie the Tiger Trout

Another summer day meant another day sitting at home. The seemingly endless self-quarantine had all but brought on cabin fever. Looking to get away, local rivers initially seemed like a good respite. Unfortunately, even with the pandemic, there would still be a mess of others on the water. As many of us know, some anglers can’t social distance to save their own rods while other… Read More »Duckie the Tiger Trout

Relict: Chasing Native Cutthroats in the Bighorn Mountains

Sunrise lights the willow stands and the meandering bends of a mountain meadow.   Anglers are already scattered along the stream, eager to test the area’s most popular fishing spot. But I keep driving. While fish at this location are plentiful, I’m on the hunt for something elusive. A canyon cutthroat stream in the Bighorns I turn onto a gravel road, then a rough two-track.… Read More »Relict: Chasing Native Cutthroats in the Bighorn Mountains