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Patagonia’s “It’s All Homewater” Volume 3: Minnesota’s Boundary Waters Wilderness

I haven’t fished the Boundary Waters. Had a chance to last year and opted out. I’ll regret that for a long time, for sure. Like, the rest of my life. Being a fan of adventure, often solo, and the need … Continue reading

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Fly Fishing Gear for Sale: Angler’s Tonic Patrons get first shot at it

I’ve been banging keys all Saturday morning, working on a story about Nimmo Bay Lodge and heli-fishing British Columbia’s wild coast. But now I need a break. I was going to log onto Craigslist and post some of the gear … Continue reading

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One Bad-Ass Woman—Audrey Sutherland

So, again, this isn’t strict fly fishing, or angling in general, but this is interesting and I thought some of you might enjoy this interview and then, perhaps, by Audrey’s book, Paddling North, which details a kayak trip through some … Continue reading

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Dream Trip—Sailing Baja

I’ve always had an interest in sailing, but it always comes down to this: there are lots of things I would like to do and do well, but one life doesn’t allow enough time to all of those things, let … Continue reading

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Patagonia Hip Pack—Tougher Than The Rest

This hip pack went the distance. Just sold the big GMC and didn’t really want to do it. In fact I was surprised to find that I actually suffered from seller’s remoarse, which I never thought would happen. My daughter, Tate, also … Continue reading

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