Krista Karlson

Krista Karlson

Krista Karlson is the managing editor at Anglers Journal.

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Taking the Plunge

Rather than pursue science, the biologist who loved fish chose the riskier life of an artist

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The Yale Fishing Club, one of the oldest in the country, offers students a rare chance to escape.

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My Boat My Life: Jim Bayne's Paul Mann 56

Jim Bayne's 56-foot Paul Mann sportfish, Sniper, was built for one purpose: to fish.

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How I Got That Shot: Blue Marlin

Photographer Jessica Haydahl Richardson captured this 230-pound blue marlin off Venice, Louisiana

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Worth Her Salt

Saltwater fly guide Abbie Schuster is making a place for herself in a male-dominated industry

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Best New Products from ICAST 2019

These 29 items stole the spotlight at this year’s International Convention of Allied Sportfishing Trades.

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Taking Stock: The contentious world of hatcheries

The questions surrounding hatcheries make clear that after generations, we still don’t have all the answers.

The 41st U.S. president caught and released his bucket list tarpon in the Keys with Capt. George Woods (right) and Andy Mill.

Angler-in-Chief

Old friends reflect on George H.W. Bush’s fishing fever and his bucket-list tarpon.

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New Boat: Jarrett Bay 67

A retro-looking sportfisherman is the latest stunner in the builder’s line of custom yachts.

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Trout County

A short film explores the impact of a massive whitefish die-off in Montana.

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Alert: President Signs Sweeping Conservation Bill

Conservation Bill is a Win for Anglers.

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The Art of Fishing

He was known as “Trout Boy” around the Yale University campus as a student, so it’s no surprise that artist James Prosek has crafted a career from pursuing, painting and writing about fish.

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Free Flowing

Artist Dan Sharley is a passionate fly fisherman whose work is punctuated by experimentation, a calculated lack of control and an openness to making mistakes.