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Michigan Catch and Cook Restaurants

Michigan Catch and Cook Restaurants by Debbie Kay

If you have always felt like you are a better fisherman than chef, this may be the program for you.  Michigan has gathered a series of participating restaurants throughout the state who will take your catch of the day and turn it into something spectacular.  The program is open to anyone who is willing to jump through a few small hoops, and offers you the chance to impress your friends and family with your fishing skills, even if you can’t impress them with your cooking skills. Continue reading Michigan Catch and Cook Restaurants

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America’s Top Tourist Destinations (and the Best Fishing Nearby)

For When You Can’t Persuade the Family to Tag Along, Here’s the Top Fishing Holes near Major Vacation Spots

Best Fishing Nearby By Debbie Kay

When I was a kid, my parents would pack themselves and four kids into the station wagon and set off across the country each summer and spring break in search of adventures.  Quite often, there would be a trailer towed behind the wagon carrying my dad’s BMW dual sport motorcycle, his favorite diversion when life and stress got overwhelming.  It was my parent’s compromise to head someplace like Disneyworld, the Phantom of the Opera in Toronto, or the Grand Old Opry together, with the knowledge that one or two days of our weeklong journey dad would be biking the most scenic roads nearby (usually with one of us riding behind him).  Continue reading America’s Top Tourist Destinations (and the Best Fishing Nearby)

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Ever wonder what fish management agencies consider... Fishing in Drought Conditions:  A Fisheries Management Perspective by Debbie Kay This winter was not kind to the skiers in the PNW.  As we approac...

Wild Zebra Trout – A Pyrenees Treasure

We are on the sunny side of the Pyrenees, surrounded by the best rivers, lakes and streams for fly fishing in the country.  These rivers and mountains constitute one of the best protected natural paradises in Spain.

The wild zebra trout, endemic to the Mediterranean region, is our beautiful and most well preserved treasure.  Our guests will also have the opportunity to fish brown trout, brook trout, rainbow trout and barbel, mostly fishing with dry fly. Continue reading Wild Zebra Trout – A Pyrenees Treasure

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Five Washington Reservoirs – Five Types of F... No matter what you are searching for…you are likely to find it at a Washington reservoir By Jai Colvin Washington Reservoir fishing is a different...
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10 Tips for Choosing an Alaskan Fishing Trip

Robert Deen

It’s winter.  The fishing is slow, so now is a good time to research and plan your trips for warmer times ahead.

Having just gone through the process of selecting an Alaskan fishing trip for this summer, here are ten tips I wish someone had given me two months ago.  Most could apply to any fishing trip. Continue reading 10 Tips for Choosing an Alaskan Fishing Trip

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50 States of Fishing: Volume 8

Vermont to Wyoming

By Debbie Kay

As a part of the Sunday Series, Angler’s Club Magazine has put together a brief list of fishing information to help you get started planning your fishing vacations next year.  Here’s a quick look at

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photo credit roilbroil

fifty states worth of what to catch and where to get started: Continue reading 50 States of Fishing: Volume 8

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