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Makos On The Fly: By Nicholas Blixt

“IT’S PROBABLY JUST MACKEREL.” We’re three hours into a mako drift, we have exactly two seagulls to show for it, and there’s a baitball bonanza a hundred yards off our bow that we can do exactly nothing about. It’s a worst-case scenario. The guy next to me looks enviously at[...]

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Late Season Stripers on The Flats of Martha's Vineyard: By T&T Ambassador Abbie Schuster

Martha's Vineyard Flats: To me there is nothing more fun than sight fishing on the flats. The vastness of the shallow water like a Montana plain, the various shades of green and turquoise and the flourishing ecosystem within, it’s hard not to feel totally and completely happy. When I describe[...]

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EPA Withdraws Proposed Pebble Mine Restrictions: By Brian Beaton

The Bristol Bay watershed is home to world-class commercial and recreational fisheries that include sockeye, Chinook, coho, chum, and pink salmon. The status of Pebble Mine, a massive open-pit mine proposed in the watershed, has ebbed and flowed for years. But a recent decision by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)[...]

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Donate Today to Help the Bahamas Angling Community

Donate Today to Help the Bahamas Angling Community Hurricane Dorian has finally moved on from the Bahamas. The updates we’ve received from our lodge partners and our guides on both Abaco and Grand Bahama paint a grim picture of the situation on the ground. Entire communities have been demolished, and[...]

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Rocky Mountain National Park: By T&T Pro Staffer Adam Spoerl

For the years that I have been guiding along the Front Range of Colorado, I have come to rely heavily on the park as a place to take clients.  The vast wilderness and beauty this National Park offers somehow seems to trump any reasons for not being there.  The opportunity[...]

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