Mar 28, 2011 by Tom Nelson
Billfish Bonanza (Part dos)

Well, the first ever Outdoor Line Billfish Bonanza is in the books and without exception, a great time was had by all who attended! After the three days of fishing the TOL crew sets up for the awards banquet. Here, Kathy Nelson readies the raffle prizes and Robbie Tobeck surveys the...

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Mar 23, 2011 by Tom Nelson
Billfish Bonanza (Part uno)

Greetings from Costa Rica! We arrived in San Jose Sunday evening and hit the first snag of the trip as Costa Rica Customs wanted to know what we were doing with two 50lb boxes of T-shirts and duffel bags full of tackle and fishing swag! It was "Gringo Grande" to the rescue as...

Mar 17, 2011 by Rob Endsley
World Champion Elk Callers Crowned in Vegas

RENO, Nev.-Elk callers from nine states and one Canadian province have earned Top 3 honors in the RMEF/Leupold World Elk Calling Championships for 2011. Competition was held as part of the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation's annual Elk Camp & Hunting, Fishing and Outdoor Expo, which ended March 6 in Reno,...

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Mar 15, 2011 by Tom Nelson
March Madness

March. Schizophrenic as an ax murderer with a side job as an ER Doctor. One day you're basking in spring-like temps, flat calm waters and the next you're trying to catch your hat before it blows off your head as the wind knocks foam off of the whitecaps. So, when...

by Rob Endsley
Tips for Saving Fuel, Do it Now or Pay Later

From ALEXANDRIA, Va. March 15, 2011 - With gas prices forecast to remain higher than last summer, BoatUS has six tips on spring commissioning that can be done now to save you money on gas all summer long: Lighten the load is one of easiest no-cost things to save...

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Mar 13, 2011 by Rob Tobeck
Screamin Reels!

I take some heat from time to time on the show for my so called aversion to river fishing.  While it's no secret I love to be on the salt or on the big lake, I like catching fish in any body of water, heck, I used to own a driftboat...

Mar 04, 2011 by Rob Tobeck
Another Update from Olympia

It seems that every time I try to fish lately I wake to a windstorm, snow, freezing rain, or just another short day of daylight.  I happen to have a really bad case of cabin fever going right now but at least I know that help is just around the...

by Rob Endsley
Rags to Riches on the Quinault River

If you remember my Salmon River blog back in January where I mentioned that you'd better get to the Quinault River after it comes back into shape. It's in shape folks and now is the time to be there. Like...right now! The Quinault gets it's far share of gagger-sized steelhead...

Mar 01, 2011 by Guest
Takin’ it to the Bank(s) by Tony “the Truth” Floor

By Tony Floor                                     I was looking back in time, a few days ago, to previous March columns and not surprising to me, the common theme in those writings was my focus on the “banks” in the eastern Strait of Juan de Fuca. Clearly, from a saltwater salmon angler’s perspective, it...

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