Anglers Journal - A Fishing Life
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Crazy Good

Albies, little tunnies, fat Alberts — call them what you want, but once you hook one on light tackle, you’re doomed to chasing them for the long run.

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Frenzy

Striped marlin gorge on bait balls off far-flung Magdalena Bay, creating unparalleled action and record catch numbers

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Oldfangled

The simple cedar plug continues to catch tuna and other species 100 years after its creation

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Perfect Patterns

Bob Popovics is known for his saltwater fly patterns, attention to detail and kind spirit. After 40 years of chasing fish, he is as passionate as ever.

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The Bait-Watcher

When halfbeaks showed up in the Northeast this fall, I had to balance being mesmerized by their movements in the water with the urge to cast and catch.

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Lobstering

Sights and sounds flood in as the author recalls a long-gone lobstering job when traps were still made from wood.

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Southbound

With the fall migration in full swing, anglers forego sleep, chores and even work to chase their fleeing dreams

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Frenzy

Striped marlin gorge on bait balls off far-flung Magdalena Bay, creating unparalleled action and record catch numbers

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Way Out There

This remote fishery off the Mosquito Coast of Honduras is known for its bonefish, permit and flats that stretch to the horizon.

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Nothing Like It

A longtime light-tackle angler says few things compare with taking a blue marlin on the fly.

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