Alice’s Angle, Never Have I Ever: Bristol Bay

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By: Alice Tesar I’ve never fished for sockeye salmon. I’ve never been to Alaska. When my husband and I decided to add a kid to our crew we knew adventures like this might be put on hold on. We named our son Brooks for many reasons, but...



How Pebble Mine Hurts America: Action Required by June 30th

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By Dan Frasier We have until June 30th 2019 to speak out against the Pebble Mine and for America. We live in a particularly divisive world these days. Issues that used to be fodder for spirited conversation amongst friends and family now create permanent rifts; dividing and...



Consumer Surplus and Fly-Fishing

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By Louis Cahill What would I have to pay you to give up fly-fishing? If you are not familiar with the term consumer surplus, don’t feel bad. It is, to my mind anyway, a pretty esoteric concept, but one which economists hold a lot of stock in. It’s...



Expedition GRAYLING

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By Brian Kozminski In the not too distant future, there is the real possibility of anglers who wade in Northern Michigan's cold waters to have the opportunity to catch a once native Arctic Grayling. Imagine the potential. Rewriting history in our lifetime. This is truly Epic. Walking...



Saturday Shoutout / One Life One River

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Water, work, cancer, and a thriving will to live, on the water. Becca Klein’s story is truly an inspiration. You’d never guess, meeting Becca, that she has survived two cancer diagnoses. You wouldn’t guess that anything could slow her down or dampen her irrepressible spirit. Maybe...