William Sisson is the editor-in-chief at Anglers Journal.
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The bite for three hours was as hot as it gets for three anglers fishing a seamount 75 miles off Costa Rica.
Henry Walsh’s life story is told in the tackle left behind after his passing, gear that was baptized in the fresh and the salt in pursuit of bass, trout and his greatest love: Atlantic salmon.
Capt. R.T. Trosset, the dean of Key West Guides, has been fooling fish like few others for 44 years
Video: Join Editor Bill Sisson for an inside look at the Summer 2018 issue of Anglers Journal.
The editors of Power & Motoryacht and Anglers Journal catch up with John Bayliss who reveals the secret ingredient that makes his boats special.
Capt. Al Anderson has boosted our understanding of bluefin tuna through his prolific tagging efforts
A look at two young guides who have chosen to follow a different current seam.
Travel with us in this photo feature to the venerable Tropic Star Lodge in Panama, which has a reputation for producing world record fish.
This mussel bar holds plenty of fish and history.
From Livingston, Montana to the Cape Cod Canal, the fall issue of Anglers Journal teleports you to some amazing places and reminds us all of why we fish.
From New England to the Carolinas, this is the season of the surf. Everything is on the move – striped bass, bluefish, albies, red drum, hawks, bait of all denominations, storm after storm.
Few jobs are more backbreaking than digging the mud flats for seaworms — a popular bait for a host of species, from striped bass to flounder.
The writer remembers the striper that made his world go topsy-turvy.
I lay on the surface moving quietly through the clear shallows in 3 to 5 feet of water.