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Long known for its big, brawny B-run steelhead, the John Day arm of the Columbia River is producing fish that are gaining the attention of more anglers than ever.John Day Summer Steelhead

John Day Summer Steelhead

Long known for its big, brawny B-run steelhead, the John Day arm of the Columbia River is

July marks the first summer arrivals of the Pacific Northwest's monster fall-run kings. Here are the hottest spots to intercept and battle these behemoth beasts this summer and fall.Our Top 10 Tidewater Chinook Hotspots

Our Top 10 Tidewater Chinook Hotspots

July marks the first summer arrivals of the Pacific Northwest's monster fall-run kings. Here

Fishing success is often a matter of timing. Here are our top 36 picks for Washington and Oregon in 2004 -- three for each month.36 Great Northwest Fishing Trips

36 Great Northwest Fishing Trips

Fishing success is often a matter of timing. Here are our top 36 picks for Washington and

Another strong run of summer chinook salmon is predicted, filling in the waiting time between spring and fall runs.Summer-Run Chinook Salmon

Summer-Run Chinook Salmon

Another strong run of summer chinook salmon is predicted, filling in the waiting time between

Dennis Dauble

Forget for a moment about wild steelhead in the Pacific Northwest. Hatchery runs occur on nearly every Washington and Oregon stream with access to tidewater, providing ample opportunity for anglers who want a holiday steelhead.Your Christmas Steelhead

Your Christmas Steelhead

Forget for a moment about wild steelhead in the Pacific Northwest. Hatchery runs occur on

Doug Rose

Want to put a silver or pink salmon on your table but don't have a boat? Here's where -- and how -- shore-bound anglers can pick up fish. (January 2006)Puget Sound Salmon For The Boatless

Puget Sound Salmon For The Boatless

Want to put a silver or pink salmon on your table but don't have a boat? Here's where -- and

Fish like a pro for chromer chinook in Tillamook Bay.  (September 2007)Tides, Timing and Tactics

Tides, Timing and Tactics

Fish like a pro for chromer chinook in Tillamook Bay. (September 2007)

Oregon has a multitude of ponds, lakes, rivers and streams that are planted with hatchery trout each year, but some are specifically meant to help youngsters get a taste for our sport.Trout for Tikes

Trout for Tikes

Oregon has a multitude of ponds, lakes, rivers and streams that are planted with hatchery

The Buckhannon River and Middle Island Creek are two of the hottest waters to hook up with hard-fighting muskellunge right now in our state!West Virginia's Catch-and-Release Muskies

West Virginia's Catch-and-Release Muskies

The Buckhannon River and Middle Island Creek are two of the hottest waters to hook up with

Whether you're headed to the mountains for native cutthroats or driving to the lake to stack your stringer with plump rainbows, here are our recommendations for the year's best trout fishing. (April 2006)Oregon's Trout Forecast

Oregon's Trout Forecast

Whether you're headed to the mountains for native cutthroats or driving to the lake to stack

Get in on the hot action and catch chinook on Oregon's Upper Rogue River. (May 2010)Going Rogue For Springers

Going Rogue For Springers

Get in on the hot action and catch chinook on Oregon's Upper Rogue River. (May 2010)

From the Kanawha River to the R.D. Bailey Dam and beyond, here's where you'll discover some of our state's finest hybrid striper action right now! (May 2007)West Virginia Hybrid Hotspots

West Virginia Hybrid Hotspots

From the Kanawha River to the R.D. Bailey Dam and beyond, here's where you'll discover some of

John McCoy

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