Jun 28, 2011 by Guest
Nothing Beats a Hot Dog

BY JEFF LUND. Hot dogs are synonymous with summer cuisine, and though there are plenty of hot dogs - gourmet dogs, foot-long dogs, ball park dogs, nitrate-free dogs, kosher dogs - I don’t get too picky. I know what I am getting when I buy or order them so I...

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Jun 27, 2011 by Rob Endsley
The Mack’s of Lake Chelan

When you spend 250 days a year for ten plus years on any body of water it’s pretty safe to say you know it well. Anton Jones of Darrell and Dads Guide Service in Chelan has done just that and doesn’t plan on quitting any time soon. With a lake...

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Jun 25, 2011 by Rob Tobeck
Fun, Sun and Fish in Florida!

One of the great things about fishing is that there is something for virtually everyone.  Nelly has his annual trip to Sitka and I have Florida.  One of the things that I love about fishing in Florida is the variety that it offers.  In two and a half days of...

Jun 19, 2011 by Rob Endsley

Aside from having forgotten about more money than I'll ever see fashion mogul Donatella Versace looks to be about an exact replica of a grouper. The Goretex lips that reek of catch and release with circle hooks and the swept back eyes that see in the dark are a dead...

by Tom Nelson
Sitka 2011: Lots of flat water…and flat fish!

If there is a constant to our annual Sitka, Alaska adventure, it's that every year has it's own personality and pace. It seems that each year the fish are found in different locations & depths and it's our job to decipher the puzzle. In stark contrast to last year, 2011...

Jun 03, 2011 by Rob Tobeck
Mia and I Got Our New Athens Archery Bows!!

One of the exciting things going on for me right now is the prospect of deer hunting this fall.  I remember hunting with my dad as a kid but as I got older and started playing football and basketball it seemed that there just wasn't any time to dedicate to...

Jun 01, 2011 by Tom Nelson
June One Skykomish Opener!

The June first river opener on several area streams has been marked on many an anglers schedule for many a day. Why??? Most Puget Sound rivers closed on February 28th -if not earlier- so to the opportunistic angler paying close attention might observe that the salmon and steelhead have been...

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