Photo of the Day: San Marcos Monster

They say everything’s bigger in Texas, right?
Photo courtesy All Water Guides

This beauty was caught a few days ago by Griffin Douthitt, a student at the University of Texas, caught this gorgeous bass on the San Marcos River in Central Texas during a float trip with his dad and. . .

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An Upstream Journey, Dispatch #10: Pebble is Not the Only Mine Endangering Salmon

Written by Paul Moinester

My view from the airplane shows what is endangered by the proposed coal mine.
All photos by Paul Moinester

Peering out the window of the plane, I took a deep breath and tried to soak it all in. The sun was glistening on the expansive mudflats, casting a bright glow over the pristine landscape. To the west, the Alaska Range was commandeering the sky, its snowcapped peaks piercing the. . .

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Video: Dog Saves Baby from Getting Too Close to the Ocean

Mom comes to the rescue after being alerted by the dog.

Anyone with both kids and dogs knows just how protective canine pals can be, but here’s a remarkable example from Turkey. This little baby was crawling at full speed for the crashing surf, but the family dog raced to the rescue. It’s hard to tell what’s going on off-screen, but. . .

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Video: Amazing Trout Fishing in the Spanish Pyrenees

For years, I’ve been trying to tell people that one of the great undiscovered fly-fishing destinations is the Spanish Pyrenees, but few have listened. I traveled there with my friend and photographer Sandy Hays in 2010 and was blown away by the experience. As editor of American Angler, I was lucky enough to. . .

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New Issues of “The New Fly Fisher” and “Carp Pro” Are Online Now

The latest issue of The New Fly Fisher, from the folks who make the Canadian TV show of the same name, has got some great articles in it. Those who are looking forward to chasing Great Lakes steelhead will benefit from the wisdom of well-known guide Glen Hales. As usual, there’s also plenty of stillwater content, as well as. . .

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