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Photo: Andrew Burr

Notes From a Non-Angler

By Andrew Burr   |   Apr 26, 2017 April 26, 2017

Our longtime contributing photographer Andrew Burr recently set off to Mongolia with a group of talented lifelong anglers. As a non-angler, he found interesting perspectives on both fly fishing and his own passion of photography. Here are some notes from the journey during which he thankfully got more images than… Read More

Photo: Håkan Stenlund

Blame It on the Trout

By Håkan Stenlund   |   Jun 9, 2016 June 9, 2016

At first light, a toucan comes flying over the patio and sits in an old tree in front of the house. The bird stares at me as I have my first sip of coffee. Then another toucan lands in the tree, followed by a whole flock. I get up and… Read More

Photo: Brian Irwin

Curacao’s Big Oil and Big Tarpon

By Brian Irwin   |   Apr 18, 2016 April 18, 2016

“Fish, two o’clock,” shouted Norman Chumaceiro, my guide to tarpon on the idyllic island of Curacao, 40 miles off the coast of Venezuela. “Now they’re at nine! And six. They’re everywhere!” he exclaimed. If anyone could help me come tight on a tarpon it’s Chumaceiro, who, along with his friend… Read More

Photo: Håkan Stenlund

The Salmon Foxtrot

By Håkan Stenlund   |   May 22, 2017 May 22, 2017

Back in Tokyo, for a break. Just in need of a change, you know, “to get away from things.” Having worked hard all summer long, there couldn’t be more of a contrast between reeling in salmon on a river in Swedish Lapland and heading to Tokyo. For me, working hard… Read More

The Chase: a tiny film

The Chase: a tiny film

By RC Cone   |   Jul 24, 2015 July 24, 2015

Honestly, we went to Iceland to catch big fish. It was that simple. We wanted to bask in the late Arctic sun while bringing dreamy meter-long Atlantic salmon to hand. We wanted to drink whiskey afterwards, go to bed and do it again every day we could. What surprised… Read More

Above: Dark skies and rain shells, a sign of things to come. Photo: Matt Jones

Fear and Self-Loathing in Punta Allen

By Mike Thompson   |   May 14, 2014 May 14, 2014

“Push the button.” “No, you push the button.” “What the hell, push it Ellen!” She did. I knew I was going to be profiled as a narcotraficante even though the contraband I was trying to sneak past the customs officer was anything but drugs. In fact, it was several… Read More

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