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Spring fishing in Santa Barbara Channel

Spring fishing in Santa Barbara Channel

We take our salmon fishing mighty seriously on the Santa Barbara Channel. That’s because this is as far down the coast as salmon are caught in appreciable numbers. The season begins about early March and gets going strong by April. The bite frequently lasts well into June and sometimes beyond. These are the best salmon […]

Silver King Lodge

Silver King Lodge

one of the most majestic tarpon and snook lodges of all of Central America” The PanAngler. Unquestionably one of the greatest experiences an angler can have is to witness a big tarpon leap skyward– five or six feet out of the water–and then come crashing on the water’s surface, splintering it into thousands droplets of […]

El Ocotal – Costarica

El Ocotal – Costarica

ther is a jewel of a fishing resort on the Pacific coast…it’s El Ocotal Billfishing is one of the most exciting facets of fishing. A trip may start out slowly, but then,that giant bill suddenly appears from nowhere and begins to slash at the bait. The boat comes alive. “Mar-leen!” the mate yells. For an […]

Pine Island Lodge

Pine Island Lodge

One of the many advantages of Pine Island Lodge (PIL) is its accessibility. Anglers fly to Winnipeg, Manitoba, are met at the airport and driven by van to Pointe du Bois: From there, it’s one-half hour by boat to camp (a most scenic and enjoyable by the way). No overnights. Quick and easy. PIL is […]

Lake Obabika Lodge

Lake Obabika Lodge

splendid smallmouth bass fishing coupled with magnificent accomodations Lake Obabika Lodge pampers you with its ultra attractive accommodations, high degree of personal service and gourmet meals. But Lake Obabika Lodge also provides some of the finest fishing for the spectacular smallmouth bass. Lake Obabika is a fertile watershed that hosts huge populations of feisty smallmouth […]

The Blackwater Company

The Blackwater Company

BRITISH COLUMBIA wild rainbows amidst spectacular scenery Located in the central interior of British Columbia, the Blackwater River drains a vast hinterland from the Coast Range Mountains eastward through the Fraser Plateau to the Fraser River. Expansive grasslands and muskeg swamps with countless trout-filled lakes in the headwaters provide a slow release effect which maintains […]

Fishing Unlimited

really two lodges in one (for privacy), on some of Alaska’s great trout and salmon waters For the uninitiated, the sheer volume of fish an angler may encounter in Alaska is an overwhelming experience that every fisherman should enjoy at least once in a lifetime. In the heart of the Iliamna drainage, home waters to […]

Anti-fishing campaigns

PETA’s (The People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) active anti-fishing campaign has been successful in Europe, and now it has brought its “trunk show” to the U.S. PETA claims more than 450,000 members among its allied associations. One of the organization’s goals is to stop sportfishing at all costs because PETA considers it cruel. […]

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