Trout Bum of the Week LXXVI: Bryan Huskey


Bryan Huskey gets ready to release his most memorable fish ever. . .a roosterfish caught from the beach in Mexico.
Photo by Paul Moinester

Bryan Huskey is a filmmaker and photographer from Boise, Idaho. He’s probably best known in the fly-fishing world for his film “Doc of the Drakes,” about an octogenarian angler suffering . . .

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Fish Facts: Northern Pike (Esox lucius)


Blog reader Todd Van Dyke caught this beauty in Quetico Provencial Park in northwestern Ontario.
Photo by Kyle Riddle

The northern pike (Esox lucius) goes by a variety of names across its range in the U.S. and Canada—from “gator” to “water wolf” to “snot rocket”—reflecting both its popularity as a game fish and the low esteem many. . .

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Video: More Than Salmon on the Line Trailer


The film crew landing at the Beluga Airport after an aerial tour of the proposed mine site.
Photo by Paul Moinester

There are few places left in the United States as pristine and untouched as Alaska’s Chuitna Watershed. Nestled between the Cook Inlet and the rugged Tordrillo Mountain Range, the Chuitna is an iconic Alaskan wilderness teeming with pools of wild Pacific salmon and oversize. . .

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New Issue of Revive Magazine Online Now

The latest issue of Revive is full of great photos and articles covering everything from native species, to the fishery in the Los Angeles River, to great pike flies from Norbert Renaud. Plus, there are articles on. . .

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Photos: Opening Weekend on the Emerald Isle

Written by: Paul Moinester


The brown trout were hungry after the long winter closure.
All photos by Paul Moinester

On the train back from Dundalk, I scanned through my photos from the last three days, amazed by how much water we had covered and how many fish we had brought to hand. It was opening weekend of trout season in the northeastern corner of the. . .

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