By Rob Shane If you told me I’d be stuck at home for an indefinite amount of time and encouraged to practice social distancing when I do leave the house, I never would have imagined it would result in me catching my personal best brown trout. It all came together on a beautiful, brisk morning — the way most great … Read more
The coronavirus outbreak has put many a travel plan on the back burner this year.
A TU member considers the delay of California’s Trout Opener along the Eastern Sierra and how anglers can help make sure angling regulations reflect scientific data.
By Mark Taylor As we made our way through the final riffle, I dug the oars into the cool, green waters of Virginia’s Jackson River and aimed the stern toward the boat ramp. “Have I told you that I love this thing?” I said to my fishing partner, Sam Dean. My memory isn’t as good … Read more
Nick points abound in nature, but are also created by man
It was the squid boats at sundown that did it for me. I had been holding on to a lot of tension. I knew this. Much of it was linked to my recent move halfway across the state. But most of the ways that I usually deal with stress involve activities, including fishing, that have … Read more
A thankful get-away to the river
The panga makes for an unsteady dance floor
These are strange days. Many of us yearn to find again the balance and pleasure of standing in a trout stream. Until we do, photos–and the memories they bring back–provide a welcome respite.
Getting ready for spring fishing in Southeast Alaska.