THE KENAI... WITH KIDS

  • By: Greg Thomas
  • Photography by: Greg Thomas
Kenai with Kids

Don’t leave your pals behind.
Alaska is a grand playground,
especially when you share
your fishing with kids.

Gangler's North Seal River Lodge and Outposts

  • By: Greg Thomas
  • Photography by: Greg Thomas
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Like a 200-pound tarpon, a 20-pound steelhead or even a first permit, a 50-inch northern pike is a fly fisher’s Holy Grail. And one of the places where you might take a fish matching that exact dimension is in the raw Canadian wilderness of northern Manitoba, which rests just south of the Arctic tundra.

Yukon

  • By: Greg Thomas
  • Photography by: Greg Thomas
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and a sun that never sets.

Two men, one boat, no schedule,

Way Out

in the Yukon

by Greg Thomas

photographs by the author

Traveling Angler

  • By: Will Rice
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Losing a passport in Latin America’s murder capital.

Seychelles

  • By: April Vokey
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There are many ways in which I relax. Admittedly,fishing is not one of them. In fact, it is not at all the appeal of “ease” that draws me to the sport. Truth betold, since the day I was born I have needed adventure to flush my cheeks and sparkle my eyes. I have needed the uncertainty of what’s around the corner to spark my interest, and it just so happens that in fishing, there are a lot of those corners.