The Angler Blog

Traditional Tactics for Iced-over Yellow Perch

I am not sure what allure ice fishing or yellow perch had on me, but both suckered me in quickly. A high-mountain reservoir contained yellow perch near my Appalachian home town, but I could never quite connect with them like folks who knew the lake better than I. They were forbidden fruit. So, when I […]

Pinks on the Fly

Every angler venturing to Alaska in search of salmon on the fly dreams vividly of aggressive coho or chum trouncing a streamer being ripped across the river. Day and night dreams of beautiful roll casts, colorful marabou and bunny streamers wafting brilliantly through prime holding water, and a shark-like wake split by a speckled dorsal […]

Backwoods Muskie Adventures

Secluded Honey Holes You might have heard that muskies are “the fish of 10,000 casts.” I can attest to that. I’ve gone days and even weeks without catching a Muskie. Maybe I wasn’t fishing every day, but a Muskie drought is something I try to avoid. I also try to avoid fishing pressure. That’s why […]

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