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Washington Marine Area 1 (Ilwaco) no report this week Marine Area 2 (Westport) We’re through week two since the Lingcod opened on March 10th and fishing is as expected…outstanding. Limits of Lingcod (2, any size), and limits of Rockfish (7 total) have been the norm for the All Rivers & Saltwater Charters team. Our fishing […]
I get it now. Throughout my life, I have been told an undisputed truth from more-experienced fly fisherman than myself: That nothing compares to pursuing fish in the salt. It took me 24 years to step onto my first ocean … Continue reading →
Travel Bottomfish offshore wrecks, cast the inshore bays and hunt hogs in the hammocks. Crystal River, on Florida's Nature Coast, offers saltwater cast and blast opportunities, including offshore and inshore fishing as well as hunting.
Legendary angler, Lefty Kreh, has passed away at the age of 93. Kreh was a pioneer of saltwater fishing, reinvented fly casting, and designed one of the most well-known flies of all time: Lefty’s Deceiver. There are many great tributes … more →
Fly-fishing legend, Bernard Victor ‘Lefty’ Kreh, has died at the age of 93. He passed away peacefully at his home yesterday (March 14), surrounded by his family. Born in Frederick, Maryland, in 1925, Kreh reinvented the way fly anglers cast, pioneered the sport of saltwater fly-fishing and developed some of the most successful fly patterns […]The post Fishing legend Lefty Kreh dies at the age of 93 appeared first on Angling International.
The US recreational fishing industry has called for swift action in passing the Modern Fish Act into law after it received overwhelming approval by a US Senate Committee in late February. The Act seeks to update the nation’s saltwater fisheries management system to more accurately distinguish between recreational and commercial fishing. It would also improve […]The post US government urged to act swiftly on Modern Fish Act appeared first on Angling International.
Whether you are purchasing leaders or building your own, in this article Capt. Bruce Chard outlines how to select the best leader for your fishing conditions and needs on the water. “The leader is important not just for its strength and … more →
Africa’s oldest recreational fishing magazine has changed hands. Tight Lines, which was established in 1960 by two avid anglers, was the only publication in South Africa that covered all species and angling disciplines in both freshwater and saltwater. It has now been taken over by All Lion Enterprises (Pty), of Johannesburg, the publisher of The […]The post Africa’s oldest fishing magazine under new ownership appeared first on Angling International.
The 2018 Washington Sportsmen’s Show kicks off on Wednesday, January 24 at the Washington State Fair Events Center. Be sure to visit Salmon University’s sponsors who will be exhibiting: All River and Saltwater Charters – booth 363 | Washington’s Premier Guide Service. Seattle, Puget Sound, Westport, Olympic Peninsula and the Columbia River; now fishing Costa Rica […]
AFTCO is making its first move into freshwater fishing on its 60th anniversary. The Californian company, owned and operated by three generations of the Shedd family and a huge brand in saltwater, is initially launching a range of bass fishing clothing. It has also announced the formation of the AFTCO Freshwater Pro Team that includes […]The post Casey Shedd confirms AFTCO’s move into freshwater appeared first on Angling International.