Gary Reich is a senior writer at Anglers Journal and the senior editor at Soundings.
Kary Via's May-Craft 20 is a frequent sight around Cape Lookout, North Carolina
I rediscovered my 4-weight G. Loomis while assembling gear for a recent outing. The stories an old rod and reel could tell.
The spring tarpon run in Florida draws a vast tribe of anglers who ache to dance with the hefty silver ballerinas.
Appreciated by some and cursed by others, the goliath grouper is a large fish with an opportunistic streak, including a fondness for taking fish off anglers' lines.
A 23-foot Glenn Bradley center console is the perfect fishing machine for this New England native.
Husband-and-wife guides Sarah Gardner and Brian Horsley know the waters around the Outer Banks of North Carolina like few others.
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.
The simple cedar plug continues to catch tuna and other species 100 years after its creation
Capt. Chris Trosset says his Contender 35 ST allows him to guide even when the weather pipes up
Late spring tides bring summer flounder to the sandy flats behind Cape Henlopen, Delaware
Kendall Osborne uses his Dragonfly Emerger 16 in a wide variety of fishy landscapes.
A closer look at one of the thousands of mahi-mahi frames Richard Gibson has taken reveals a surprise.
Jimmy Buffett’s latest boat is a Freeman 42 catamaran with a pilothouse built by Merritt’s.
Brothers Sean and Justin Healey are driving Valhalla Boatworks and an all-new lineup of capable offshore center consoles
Meredith McCord, who has 168 IGFA records, credits her family, God and the wilderness lakes around Nestor Falls, Ontario, with her success in fishing and life
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.
Venerable Tochterman’s tackle shop in Baltimore has been satisfying the wants and needs of generations of anglers for more than 100 years.
You start your day hours before sunup, drive the dirt roads and rig in the dark, but the reward makes it worthwhile: hickory shad
Lefty Kreh will be remembered as one of the most influential and beloved figures in fly-fishing.
Fall is the season to break out the light tackle for albies and red drum off Cape Lookout, North Carolina
A venerable design that’s nearly 60 years old, the center console reliably takes anglers to wherever the fish are
Renowned naval architect Lou Codega talks about sportfishing boat design trends
Ponds used for watering livestock also serve as prime fishing holes for a Texas family