Monthly Archives: October 2012

The Seventh Season, By Scott O’Donnell

For me there seems to be seven seasons annually. There’s winter at my home on the Oregon coast, my off-season, where I love to hunt waterfowl and fish for bright winter run steelhead when the rivers are right for the … Continue reading

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Bonefish & Beginners, By Capt. Sarah Gardner

MONDAY I was up way before the 4:30 am alarm and jumped on van transport from hotel to Norfolk International Airport. I felt out of sorts, because I was traveling without Brian. The flight down went quickly and the transfer … Continue reading

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5 Tips on Fishing the Henry’s Fork, by Mike Lawson

Over the years the Harriman State Park section of the Henry’s Fork has had its ups and downs. Fishing really hit the skids during the drought years of the 90s but it has rebounded nicely. It was known as the … Continue reading

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VersiTip II for Traveling Anglers

October 3, 2012 (Idaho Falls, Idaho) – RIO Products, manufacturer of fly lines, leaders and tippet material, is proud to introduce an easy-casting, super-versatile interchangeable tip fly line called the VersiTip II. The new VersiTip II has a short, powerful, … Continue reading

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