Fly Fishers Take Top Prize in Major Bass Tournament!


Written by: Phil Monahan

Philippe Charon (second from left) and Karl Beliveau accept the spoils of their victory.
Photo via Big Bass Challenge Quebec

Last weekend, Scientific Anglers pro-staff members Philippe Charon and Karl Beliveau took home the top prize in the Big Bass Challenge Quebec, a major bass-fishing tournament. Why is this . . .

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Podcast: Proper Fly Presentation to Tarpon and other Species, with Dave Mangum


Written by: Phil Monahan

Capt. David Mangum shares a trophy with his daughter.
Photo via Instagram

My guest this week is guide Capt. David Mangum of Shallow Water Expeditions in Santa Rosa Beach, Florida. He’s a renowned tarpon guide, filmmaker, photographer, fly tier—and, well, the . . .

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Photos: Sisters on the Water and a Father’s Pride

Written by: Matthew Calderaro,  Soca Cowboy


Sophia (left) shows off a fine rainbow, netted by her sister, Michaela.
Photos by Matthew Calderaro

As a father, you can only dream your children will follow in your footsteps and love the things you love. In my house, fly fishing is not a hobby. It is my life, it is my business, and it is my identity. . . .

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Garden-to-Table Recipe: Zucchini Spaghetti with Seaweed Pesto


Garden-to-Table Recipe: Zucchini Spaghetti with Seaweed Pesto
Photo by Eva Kosmas Flores

I’ve been spending the past few mornings getting the drip watering system all set up in my garden, and although it’s been very wet here in the Pacific Northwest, I’m hoping that getting my garden in order will somehow remind the sun that it’s time to come out and get all the veggies going.

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