Saturday Shoutout / Unsalted

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THIS WEEK TOM HAZELTON, VIA MIDCURRENT, TELLS A TALE OF FLATS BOATS AND FLY RODS ON LAKE SUPERIOR. Tom's on to something. I don't know why more folk aren't fishing lakes with flats boats. I done it a few times and it just makes sense. This...



Pothole Fish With John I Missed

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By Dan Frasier IN SOME WAYS IT WAS THE SECOND DAY OF MY FOUR-DAY TRIP TO THE COLUMBIA RIVER. In a more meaningful way, this was early on day one. My first day in Portland was spent doing one of those things that seemed worthwhile at the...



Just Another 20-Inch Rainbow

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IT'S FUNNY HOW QUICKLY WE BECOME SPOILED. My buddy Dan takes photos a lot of fish. Not hoisted hero shots or epic scenes, just a quick shot of fish in the net or in his hand, held gently in the water. They aren't trophies exactly,...



Saturday Shoutout / The Naming

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A GIFT FROM THE FOLKS AT MIDCURRENT It doesn't take long. A paragraph, maybe two, for me to fall into a favorite writers words. To feel the rhythm of them or hear their voice in my ear. Everything else fades to black and I'm truly...



Saturday Shoutout / Mike’s Gone Down The Rabbit Hole

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Mike Sepelak, alone in the dark and stench spins a tail that reads like Cormac McCarthy. You can pull up a seat, but you'll only need the edge when you read, "Down The Rabbit Hole." Simply the most fantastic fishing story I've ever read. Fantastic...