Domestic

California Spring

  • By: Val Atkinson
  • Photography by: Val Atkinson
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California may be the promised land for many, including all those snowbirds who ride out winter in Palm Desert, and the yearlong sun seekers living large and scantily clad in SoCal, but eastern and northern California feel a lot like the rest of the country during winter, which makes spring a blessing when it arrives.

Trails To Glory

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  • Photography by: Brian O'Keefe
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Seven hundred lakes beckon anglers from the Washington Cascades Alpine Lakes Wilderness. Some of the best, like UpperWildcat Lake, can be accessed off of I-90 at Snoqualmie Pass, which is located just an hour east of Seattle.

Trails To Glory

  • By: Dave McCoy
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Washington is home to the magnificent Pacific steelhead and five species of salmon that have brought anglers to the Evergreen State for more than 100 years. All the famous anglers, from Roderick Haig-Brown to Steve Raymond to Enos Bradner, et al., have thrown lines here trying to raise those massive steelhead and salmon to flies.

Trails To Glory

  • By: Michael Salomone
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Gore Canyon

Colorado

by Michael Salomone

Trails To Glory

  • By: Greg Vinci
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Owens Gorge

Northern California

by Greg Vinci