We’re alike, yet we all have distinctive stories to tell. Meet the characters, salts and passionate anglers from the many angling tribes who make our watery world so rich.
With a knife in her hand, Vella Sorenson is in a league of her own.
One of the most prolific billfish captains, he leaves a long list of records and friendships in his wake.
Rather than pursue science, the biologist who loved fish chose the riskier life of an artist
How baseball legend Ted Williams and fly-fishing great Stu Apte became friends is among the anecdotes from Lords of the Fly, a new book about a time when the world’s top fly anglers gathered in Florida to catch world-record tarpon.
John Skinner is a master at fishing the iconic bucktail.
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.