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Anglers Journal Summer 2021 Issue Preview

Join Anglers Journal editor-in-chief Bill Sisson to find out what lurks beneath the surface in the Summer 2021 issue of Anglers Journal.

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The Editors Discuss Bertram's Push Into Center Consoles

The iconic builder has placed a considerable amount of chips into building out an outboard-powered portfolio, starting with a 40-foot center console. We break down what this means for the brand's future.

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Exclusive Sneak Peek at the Spring 2018 Issue of Anglers Journal.

Join Editor-in-Chief Bill Sisson for an inside look at the Spring 2018 issue of Anglers Journal.

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Best Photos of 2016

“Good fishermen know that in talking about fishing,nothing is more interesting than the truth.”

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Poetry of Motion

Her paintings of trout trumpet her passion for color and her love of fly-fishing.

Tangier Island: Just Scraping By

Tangier Island: Just Scraping By

The hard-bitten watermen of Tangier Island soldier on against a host of challenges

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Destination Blue Water

The offshore photography of Tom Spencer, who cut his teeth shooting with an iphone.

Fish Whisperers

Fish Whisperers

Technology Aids Fishing’s Never-Ending Game Of Cat And Mouse.

Bluefin Tuna

‘This Fish Has Legs’

Fishing for Giant Bluefin Tuna on Prince Edward Island

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Red Drum Delirium

Bull Reds from Boat, Pier, Kayak and Surf

Photo by António Leão de Sousa

Old Ways

This ancient form of beach-seining still practiced in parts of Portugal has changed little in 500 years

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Regulator 31 Debut

Managing Editor Dan Harding checks out the Regulator 31 at its debut at the 2017 Miami International Boat Show.

The bass ranged from schoolies to some nice fish.

Beach Blitz

The peanut bunker were so thick you could walk on them, and stripers romped day and night.

Tarpon

Swimming Through Air

Fishing photographer Pat Ford has been chasing tarpon for more than 25 years

A Tale Of Two Countries Part I - Chile

A Tale Of Two Countries: Part I: Chile

Pursuing large rainbows and browns through the wilds of Chile and Argentina

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A Tale Of Two Countries: Part II - Argentina

Pursuing large rainbows and browns through the wilds of Chile and Argentina

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Let’s Fish

I spent three weeks last winter living with the Salas family at their home and Los Torreones Lodge, which is on the Simpson River, about halfway between the towns of Coyhaique and Aysen.

Salas nets a nice Simpson River rainbow on a night the anglers fished past 11.

Good Company

How I got to the Salas family — guides, ranchers and authentic people — in Patagonia included a serendipitous string of events.

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The Real McCoy

We are back at Los Torreones after our day on the river.

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The Men and Their Boats

Talking Fish, Talking Boats with the Boatbuilders of North Carolina

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Pioneers

Talking Fish, Talking Boats with the Boatbuilders of North Carolina

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Boats of Influence

Talking Fish, Talking Boats with the Boatbuilders of North Carolina

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Elements of a Carolina Boat

Talking Fish, Talking Boats with the Boatbuilders of North Carolina

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High Hook

Talking Fish, Talking Boats with the Boatbuilders of North Carolina

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Cold-molding

Talking Fish, Talking Boats with the Boatbuilders of North Carolina

Capt. Tillett’s Sportsman was legendary

Good Day Fishing

Talking Fish, Talking Boats with the Boatbuilders of North Carolina

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Heritage

Talking Fish, Talking Boats with the Boatbuilders of North Carolina

Legendary builder and captain Omie Tillett

One Memorable Fish

Talking Fish, Talking Boats with the Boatbuilders of North Carolina

Trophy Fish

Trophy Trout

For good reason, Alaska remains the dream of anglers from around the world.

Surf fishing

Fall Surf

This is fall surf fishing, and you’d be crazy not to love it.

Black Marlin in Piñas Bay, Panama

Marlin Metrics

A well-traveled photographer is drawn to Piñas Bay, Panama, for its black marlin and other hefty cohorts.

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The Photography of Pat Ford

The marine photography of Pat Ford, featuring breath-taking photos from the waters surrounding Isla Mujeres.

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Details

Identifying Fish From the Finer Points of Their Anatomy