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By Eric Booton I am in the washing machine.  Stuck in the cycle of rushing water. The power of the water has me in its clutches and is reluctant to let go. I am trapped in the hydraulic power of the rapid. Water is rushing in and filling the boat. I am thankful for self bailing technology, but I am [ READ MORE... ]
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When the Trump administration indicated it would review all national monuments for size, scope and appopriateness earlier this year, one group of American hailing from all points on the political spectrum stood up and denounced the idea. That group? Sportsmen and women. We understand that national [ READ MORE... ]
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Alaska Program director, Nelli Williams, holds a microphone for a crowd of Pebble Mine opponents saying, "Wrong Mine, Wrong Place!" at a Monday rally in Anchorage. Photo by Brandon Hill From an op-ed published in the Alaska Dispatch News. Amid another EPA comment period regarding protections for [ READ MORE... ]
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Tying deer- and elk-hair wings to my flies might be the weakest skill I have at the vise. I'm not a master tier, but I know my way around the fly shop when it comes to materials, hooks, threads, and the like. But this one skill has eluded me.  Thankfully, Tim Flagler is out there to help guys like [ READ MORE... ]
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Editor’s note: Coloradans turned out in force (and in full voice) for today’s Clean Water for Colorado rally in downtown Denver, an event put together by TU and other conservation groups, as well as local outdoor businesses such as RepYourWater, Confluence Kayaks and Downriver Equipment. The rally— [ READ MORE... ]
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Technology in fishing has grown by leaps and bounds over the last half-century or so. Anglers now can take to the water in bass boats equipped with mapping-grade sonar fish finders, trolling motors and gear that, to our grandfathers, would be likely be described as "newfangled." Even fly fishing [ READ MORE... ]
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The first time I ever used a Zebra Midge, I was bundled up in Neoprene waders and walking my float tube down the S-curves of Idaho's Silver Creek. Full disclosure: I'm not an enthusiastic nympher, and floating a sunken midge nymph under an indicator is probably my least-favorite brand of fly [ READ MORE... ]
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A pair of fly fishing entrepreneurs in the United Kingdom are hoping to modernize the average fly box by making inserting and removing flies easier and cleaner, giving anglers more time with flies in the water. The new Ripplebox is brilliantly simple in its design, and, from what I can tell, a [ READ MORE... ]
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Photo Seattle Times Anglers and commercial salmon fishers off the coast of Washington and Vancouver have known for years that the occasional escapee Altantic salmon from off-shore aquaculture nets is swimming wild in Pacific waters. Atlantic salmon have turned up in nets, and juvenile Atlantic [ READ MORE... ]
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Outdoor manufacturer and retailer Patagonia took a bold step recently and produced the company's first-ever TV ad. Was the commercial about the new Patagonia waders that pack down into a bag the size of a loaf of bread? Or the company's new offerings in raingear or light-weight climbing attire? No [ READ MORE... ]
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