Angle on Art

  • By: Bob White
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Josh Udesen is an artist who records the world around him from interesting and unusual perspectives. The fish he paints seem to fill the canvas and take the viewer to strange and mysterious places.


  • By: Zach Matthews
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Many outdoor product companies have a great origin story. Patagonia and The North Face (and eventually Black Diamond and ESPRIT) famously had their corporate nascence in a single 1968 climbing expedition to Mount Fitz Roy, on the Chilean/Argentine border.

Jeff Ching

  • By: Greg Vinci
  • Photography by: Greg Vinci

To be a successful bum, and to be recognized for it, is something anyone with testosterone running through his veins should admire.

Andrea Larko’s Whimsy

  • By: Bob White

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I LOOK AT A LOT OF ARTWORK. USUALLY I’m trying to learn something from it, the process by which it was produced, or something about the person who created it. Other times I’m simply curious. Very rarely does artwork make me laugh.

Low and Slow for Winter Trout

  • By: Kelly Galloup

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During winter’s low-light period, fish need to conserve energy or at least use their energy in an efficient and sparing way. In doing so, winter fish often move deeper or at least lower in the water column, much like a trout would during summer to avoid high water temperatures near the surface.