April/May 2014


Tuna boat sinking illustrationRevenge Of The Tuna

What happens when three canyon fishermen watch their boat slowly sink out from under them? These guys save the tuna, of course!


Thumbnail photo of Babe Ruth and Lou Gehrig fishingTrading Bats For Rods

Baseball legends Babe Ruth and Lou Gehrig loved fishing together.


Thumbnail photo of sailing off Bora BoraHow I Got That Shot

Tor Johnson a world-class Hawaiian photographer captures life on — and under! — the water


Thumbnail illustration of angering the godsJenny Takes Days Off

Changing a boat's name is easy, with a little help from the gods.


Thumbnail photo of catching a big redfishComeback Kids: Redfish

In the late '70s, redfish numbers began to decline due to overfishing. It took over a decade for them to rebound, and now redfish stocks support a huge recreational fishing effort.


Thumbnail photo of fishing on the John Day RiverComeback Kids: Steelhead Trout

The John Day River supports the largest run of wild steelhead in the Lower 48.


Thumbnail photo of a stripped bassComeback Kids: Striped Bass

We don't get many success stories when it comes to recreational fisheries management, but one clear winner is the striped bass.


Thumbnail photo of fishing for walleyeComeback Kids: Walleye

Recreational anglers have helped restore the walleye to its rightful place atop the food chain in Lake Huron.


Thumbnail photo of cookbook shelfShare Your Favorite Cookbooks

Lori Ross is sharing her favorite cookbooks and cooking websites. We welcome you to share yours as well.


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