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Washington's 2014 salmon seasons were figuratively set in stone with the final gavel of the Pacific Fisheries Management Council's annual salmon season-setting session Thursday, April 10. Washington waters and off the coast over the next nine months.
Rare hooking proves fish can flip script on most veteran angler. Photo / Thinkstock There is a trout lure called a toby which has been around for generations, and like many top lures it originated in Scandinavia. But, as with most fishing experiences,
I grew up in such a state, and although I spent far more time dangling worms in front of panfish or throwing lures into the cattails of the bass pond behind our house, the idea of an opening day of trout season always held exceptional intrigue. As a
If quotas worked, we wouldn't have to be worrying about shrinking fish stocks. Crayfish like these ones Steve Devine caught off the Taranaki coast are no longer seen on the east coast, where stocks are "shamefully" depleted. Cuts to snapper limits
The beckon of big fish can be powerful, the tug long and strong enough to extend the length of rivers and pull anglers across state lines. Especially in times like these, when open water remains a scarcity, the enticement toward arenas reputed for
More News When you're almost 93 years old, you have a few wrinkles and you walk slowly well, let's just say it wasn't hard to tell which of the 1,600 fishermen who showed up early at the trout stream deep in the Ozarks had seniority. I think I've
Lake Jennings was the place to be last week for big bass and trout. Jerry Thoresen of Bishop landed one of the top bass of the season, an 11-pound, 4-ouncer on a Rago swimbait. Kevin Okesson of Ramona caught the top trout in what was a long line of
Doug Smith Even if the fish aren't biting, the ducks aren't flying and the pheasants aren't flushing, Doug Smith says any day spent outdoors is a good day. A Minnesota native, he's been covering the outdoors for the Star Tribune since 1995...The 12
Derek Kidd was injured after a wire got caught around his neck while cycling in a Victoria, B.C. trail. July 2013. watch Video The Nicola Valley Fish and Game Club owns, well, nothing really the land that members hunt and fish on belongs to the Crown.
The Compleat Angler has something in common with Lady Chatterley's Lover: while many know the title, few have actually read it. Yet it's the most frequently reprinted book in the English language after the Bible, so it obviously still has an audience.