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Trophy Saskatchewan Trout

Trophy Saskatchewan Trout And More

by Matt Straw 0

In early-morning light under gray skies, waves crest over a long reef. It extends hundreds of yards, out toward a… more »

Northwest Territories in Canada

Trip of A Lifetime To The Northwest Territories in Canada

by Matt Straw 0

From the boreal forests on its southern boundary to the islands of the Beaufort Sea, Canada’s Northwest Territories offers adventures… more »

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Magnificent Manitoba Fishing

by Matt Straw 0

After a long, grueling back-and-forth, a bulky shadow appears several feet down under a dangerously bent graphite rod. The line… more »

Giant Florida Bass

Giant Florida Bass Await!

by Steve Quinn 0

Cold weather Up North signals the start of an awesome shot at a giant Florida largemouth bass. Regardless of the… more »

South Dakota Jumbo Perch

South Dakota Jumbo Perch

by Doug Stange 0

Well, I call them cinder blocks, these perch can be that impressively large. Broad across the back, all the way… more »

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Toledo Bend, Louisiana/Texas

by Dr. Hal Schramm 0

Bassmaster Elite pro and 2012 Angler of the Year Brent Chapman is a Kansas City native, I was a little… more »

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Rainy Lake, Ontario-Minnesota Multispecies

by Doug Stange 0

This giant Canadian Shield lake straddling the border of Minnesota and Ontario is one of the finest drive-to fishing waters… more »

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Lake Norman, North Carolina

by Dr. Hal Schramm 0

This scenic, 48,000 acre Catawba River impoundment is filled with spotted bass and quality largemouth, and nearby Charlotte offers diverse… more »

GMC Denali

GMC Denali Meets Denali

by Jim Pfaff 0

Denali, translated “The Great One,” North America’s tallest mountain, has met it’s match. Well almost. Both Alaska’s Mount Denali and… more »

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Kentucky Lake, Kentucky/Tennessee

by Dr. Hal Schramm 0

This 160,300-acre Tennessee River impoundment spans two states.  Ledge fishing has become legendary on the Tennessee River; summer is the… more »

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