Apr 12, 2018 by Rob Endsley
Kokanee and Walleye Head Up the Best Prospects for Spring

By Dave Graybill  A couple of years ago I said that Lake Chelan for kokanee and Banks Lake for walleye would share the spotlight for spring fishing in our region. Well, last year the fishing at both of these lakes was even better than I had anticipated. This year I...

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Mar 06, 2018 by Rob Endsley
2018 Pacific Northwest Turkey Outlook

By Troy Rodakowski I’m going to go out on a limb here! No pun intended but I'm going to go ahead and say that the 2018 Oregon spring turkey season will be fantastic! Why will it be fantastic might you ask? First of all, last year’s dry spring and mild winter...

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Jan 01, 2018 by Rob Endsley
Six of the Best Shots of All Time

 Would you rather make one eye-popping shot or never miss? Can you do either? In the autumn of 1908 in what is now lower Tanzania, elephant hunter James Sutherlin fired the right-hand barrel of his .577 into the chest of a bull. Heart intact, the elephant charged. The second shot...

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Dec 06, 2017 by Rob Endsley
Graybill’s Tips for Catching Lake Chelan Kokanee

By Dave Graybill We are blessed with many clear and calm days throughout the winter months here in Eastern Washington. That will encourage kokanee anglers to launch their boats to take advantage of the great kokanee fishing available to them on Lake Chelan. The good kokanee fishing in the winter...

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Dec 04, 2017 by Rob Endsley
How Much Should I Pay for a Scope?

By Wayne Van Zwoll Accuracy follows precise aim. But useless features are a money pit. Maybe you should spend less! Many of the biggest animals in B&C records fell to rifles with iron sights. Jim Jordan’s whitetail. John Plute’s elk. Zack Elbow’s Quebec-Labrador caribou, Ed Broder’s mule deer. You might...

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Dec 01, 2017 by Rob Endsley
Make This Now: Duck Banh Mi Sliders

By Julie Cyr Make This Now: Duck Banh Mi Sliders By Julie Cyr Banh Mi is, of course, a Vietnamese hybrid sandwich.  These field to table sliders are great for lunch or a casual dinner. Slaw: 1 large carrot, cut into matchsticks 1 (4 inch) piece daikon radish, cut into...

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Nov 22, 2017 by Rob Endsley
Zelus Insoles – Breathing Life into my Hunting Boots

By Rob Endsley I've spent countless time shopping for a new mid-elevation hunting boot and have yet to come up with a more comfortable boot than my Danner Pronghorns. My feet are accustomed to them and I've logged hundred's of miles in these boots with very few blisters. Instead of spending...

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Sep 15, 2017 by Rob Endsley
Filson Hosts Sportsman’s Expo in Seattle September 30th

C. Filson’s 2017 Sportsman’s Expo Join the Seattle outdoor outfitter and other local vendors in an all-day event to prepare for the upcoming fishing and hunting seasons WHAT: Filson will partner with local outdoor merchants for an all-day expo to prepare sportsmen and women for the upcoming fishing and hunting...

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Sep 14, 2017 by Rob Endsley
Rodakowski’s Tips for Taking a Westside Blacktail

By Troy Rodakowski There are only a few magical days a season when mature blacktail show themselves during daylight hours and if you plan on having some success you need to make sure you are in the woods when these days happen. Every year people ask me what it takes to...

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Jul 05, 2017 by Rob Endsley
Graybill’s Central Washington Fishing Update

by Dave Graybill I had a fantastic week of fishing. My adventures included another trip to Banks Lake for walleye, spending opening day of salmon season with Shane Magnuson at Chelan Falls, and even an afternoon at Evergreen Reservoir for smallmouth bass. I spent Tuesday at Banks Lake with Lars...

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