Pride of the Quinault
The Quinault Indian Nation boasts some of the largest wild steelhead on earth. Now, if we can only keep them that way.
By Trey Combs
The Lagoon Factor
Chasing snook and tarpon at Mexico’s Paradise Lodge, on the southern Yucatan coast.
By Tom Bie
Good Times in Terrace
Sketchy snowpack and a steelhead solution in British Columbia’s Coast Range.
Photos by Drew Stoecklein
Captions by Tyler Maxwell
Page Six Chix
One brown, one red, one brook
Drake editors remap Michigan… and fail
Groundhog Day for salmon, Magnuson-Stevens Act in action, your new 2014 fishing license, Clyde’s sleepover with Puget Sound silvers, and a New York apparel company takes fishing to the streets.
Road-tripping to Arkansas’ White River
By Zach Matthews
An unforgettable rant on spey rigs, summertime salmon for the mid-winter blues, how to swallow a hopper whole, one great driftboat, Grand Bahamas bonefish, and hanging with old guys that rule.
In Texas, it’s best not to piss-off the locals
By Tosh Brown
Master wrasse of the Indo-Pacific
By Jako Lucas
Midges. Because it’s winter, that’s why.
Images by Nick Price, Lucas Carrol, and Corey Kruitbosch
More strange for Colorado’s Front Range
By Michael Israelson
Liminal lessons with Josh DeSmit
By Joshua Prestin
Mangrove roots and 150 pounds of poon
By Monte Burke
Mini-doppelganger gets its due.