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Gear Review: The YETI Panga Waterproof Duffel

For traveling anglers and other adventurers, very few pieces of gear are more important than a duffel bag, and for some, a good duffel is the foundational piece of gear that holds critical value. (After all, the duffel is what … Continue reading

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Take Action to Protect Bristol Bay

EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt is up to his shady secret shenanigans and now Bristol Bay is at serious risk. It is imperative that the fly fishing community comes together to voice their opposition to the proposed Pebble Mine, which, unfortunately, … Continue reading

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Tell Congress to Defend National Monuments

A leaked document reveals that Department of Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke intends to recommend to the president that 10 national monuments are compromised to accommodate business interests. Some of the monuments mights be shrinked while others will be deregulated to … Continue reading

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Gear Review: The Patagonia Tough Puff Hoody

“The Patagonia Nano Puff is the greatest jacket ever made.” It would be impossible to even guess how many times I’ve repeated these words. In fact, it’s probably so frequent that it classifies as excessive. Like Uncle Rico talking about … Continue reading

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Global Rescue — Essential for Destination Fly Fishing

I like to travel to fly fish. Whether it’s a long road trip or exploring a foreign land, I live to pursue my passion in new places. Just as fly fishing in itself has risks that range from dangerous currents … Continue reading

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Podcast: Fly Fishing in Georgia with Justin Pickett

Justin Pickett of Gink & Gasoline is an angler who takes full advantage of his home waters in Georgia. In this episode of The Venturing Angler Podcast — sponsored by Nautilus Reels — Justin discusses the waters and many species … Continue reading

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An overdue trip to the McCloud River

Overdue indeed. While I’ve been blessed to travel the world to fly fish, regretfully my travels have taken me away from what’s in my own backyard in California. And despite having many opportunities for more travel, I truly want to … Continue reading

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