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 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 21, 2017 by Jason Brooks
Catch More “B” Run Coho this Holiday Season

by Jason BrooksWith all of the rain predicted this week and warmer temperatures making for swollen rivers that means that the "B" run Coho will be arriving! Fish have been trickling in for the past few weeks, pushing in with the last of the chums. Now that the wet weather...

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Oct 06, 2017 by Jason Brooks
Catch More Salmon in Low Water

by Jason Brooks With a dry summer and now a fall that is extending the dry season our rivers are extremely low. But even with the skinny water the salmon need to get to the spawning grounds and are entering with each new tide. What might seem like lock-jawed fish...

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Oct 02, 2017 by Mark Yuasa
Issaquah’s Beaver Lake fall trout plants start this month along with other lake options to catch fish

By Mark Yuasa This is an exciting time for anglers as fishing holes are less crowded and water temperatures begin to cool-off creating an autumn trout fishing bonanza in some lakes. Many in the greater Seattle region set their sights on a particular east side lake that will see some...

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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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Jun 21, 2017 by Jason Brooks
Gentle Rifles For Africa?

By Wayne van Zwoll Dozens of recoil-sensitive hunters return from safaris with the same verdict on rifles and tough game. When Hemingway and Ruark brought Africa to the page, you’d have taken two or three rifles on safari. A heavy double or bolt-action, perhaps in .500 NE or .416 Rigby,...

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May 13, 2017 by Rob Endsley
Central Oregon High Lakes Trout and Kokanee Outlook

By Troy Rodakowski  Lake fishing season is upon us once again. Oh yeah baby…….crisp morning air, warm sun, great camping, barbequing and lots of fish for the cooler. That’s what many of us anglers look forward to come June. A few of us enjoy this time of year when we can...

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Apr 10, 2017 by Rob Endsley
Tag Team Turkeys

by Troy Rodakowski The companionship of hunting with a friend of family member is half the reason we hunt spring turkeys. The other and most important half, however, is that working as a team is probably the best possible way to put some turkeys on the dinner table. While hunting...

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