The Fall issue of Anglers Journal opens a window on blue marlin and roosterfish in Pacific Panama, big striped bass marauding through the Cape Cod Canal, false albacore and red drum off North Carolina, and a group of veterans dealing with the fallout of war on the Gulf Stream. Along the way you’ll meet a father and son celebrating a new lease on life by fishing for steelhead. You’ll stand beside a proper English trout stream, and you’ll hear the story of one man’s life told through the tackle he left behind. At the end, we all gather at the Murray Bar in Livingston, Montana, and lift a glass to the fishing life. Please join us. The next round is on us. 

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