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May 09, 2011

By Doug Olander

We compared the abrasion resistance of 8-pound lines -- and found huge differences.
An historic outpost in the middle of the Pacific ocean offers fast action over the reefs and in blue water.
Finally, a knot test to end the speculation and superstition fishermen often delay in the selection of knots
As we're threatening many shark species with extinction, an overpopulation of California sea lions annoys the West Coast. It doesn't make sense.
From Reefs to Blue Water, the Toughest Decision During This Season is Which Species to Target
Writing resolutions - that's tough enough for anyone. It's not easy to put into words all the changes we know we need to make but haven't been able to. So I can imagine the difficulty that a huge federal agency like the National Marine Fisheries Service must have in trying to put down its New Year's resolutions. Heck, with multiple forms to be approved by multiple committees along the way, it could be 2010 before the resolutions for 2000 are even final.
Take Advantage of South Florida's Hot Kings in the Cool Season
Fish One of the Northwest's Wildest Salmon and Halibut Grounds in a Remote, Unexplored New Spot
Simply put, for catching most game fish in most situations, barbs on treble hooks are unnecessary.
Sample Some of the State's Best Action in the Shadow of Kenai Fjord's Coastal Glaciers
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