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A River in Oz
Text and Photos by Jason Brooks

Efforts to keep the wonders of the Olympic Peninsula secret face an uphill battle.
Casting towards a far seam shadowed from the sun, it only took a few minutes before the float went down and the jig connected with the steelhead’s kype.

ROVing the Deep
By Ted Venker

Innovative partnership opens up the secrets of the Gulf of Mexico.
An innovative global program that shares access to cutting-edge Remote Operated Vehicle (ROV) technology is turning up some amazing things in the deep waters of the Gulf of Mexico, including some things no one ever knew existed there.

Sailfish for All
Text by Charlie Levine, Photo by Jason Arnold

One of the world’s most productive billfish populations thrive off South Florida.

Sailfish are truly the everyman’s billfish. You don’t need a big boat or a big budget to target the. You don’t even need a passport.

Tarheel Stripers
Text and Photo by Phillip Gentry

Winter can be a challenging but rewarding time for anglers willing to take on the elements.

Across the state of North Carolina, when most anglers talk about chasing striped bass, they are referring to the stocked, land-locked variety that swims in North Carolina’s multitude of freshwater impoundments. To others, stripers mean big, mean and hungry fish that cruise along the surfline within reach of surf anglers on the Outer Banks as well as big schools of linesiders that blow up baitfish in the offshore waters. 

In Dire Straits
Text and Photo by Pat Hoglund

Sea lions are decimating runs of salmon and steelhead in the Pacific Northwest.

Facing a survival battle of monumental proportions from the moment they are born, salmon and steelhead populations in the Pacific Northwest face an even greater challenge once they return as adults.

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