Protect Yourself From Lyme Disease 

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2017 Promises to be a record year for Lyme Disease, here’s what you need to know to be safe. Changes in the environment and patterns of human population have created a paradise for mice in parts of the US. Their populations have exploded and with them...



Wild Steelhead on the Menu?

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By Alex Lovett-Woodsum The latest assault on our fisheries? Seafood Watch recommends eating wild OP steelhead. In the latest of a series of truly baffling assaults on our country’s precious natural resources, Seafood Watch—a program initiated by the Monterey Bay Aquarium to encourage responsible consumer seafood choices—just...



Bahamas Fishing Regulations: What’s Really Happening

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As of January 19, 2017, new Bahamian fishing regulations are in effect and confusing both anglers and authorities. I was recently on South Andros for the G&G Bonefish school and our group was the first to be issued Bahamian fishing licenses on the island. Implementation is...



Saturday Shoutout / WTF Now? Bahamas Edition

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If you are like me you are emotionally fatigued over the rollercoaster that is recent Bahamian fishing regulation. As of January 9th, new double secret Bahamian flats fishing regulations are in effect. They are confusing, vague, completely unimplemented and, for many, disheartening. Are they the end...



This Land is Your Land

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By Mia Sheppard In the West, we are blessed with endless access to public rivers, mountains, forest, grasslands, and backcountry areas. These places are every American’s playground. As a steelheader, mother, and outfitter who relies on public access; I’ve made central Oregon, and the rivers that flow...