There’s a small lake at the end of a gravel road in Northern Ontario. It’s much like a thousand other Canadian lakes, ringed with cottages, perfectly shorn birch and maple...
Words: Todd Tanner. Images: Tim Romano and Jeremy Roberts.
There are days when I’m not convinced our society can tell the difference between a blessing...
It was a good idea. Or so we thought.
After a day spent chasing bones and tarpon on the flats of Chetumal Bay, instead of heading back to the lodge, Earl and I...
Pushing off from the dock on a boat called the Capelin, Sandy Milner’s small team of scientists heads north, navigating through patchy fog past a behemoth cruise...
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In August 2020, Congress did something remarkable. In the throes of a heated political campaign season and in the middle of a deadly viral pandemic that was literally...
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Jack Donachy replied on Permalink
The Fish of a Lifetime
Thanks for publishing this review. Stunning photographs! I ordered the book and look forward to receiving it.
Dennis Bunnell replied on Permalink
Fish of a Lifetime
This book is truly fantastic! It was my good fortune to fish with Matt recently in the Amazon on the Rio Marie. His book captures his enthusiasm, his spirit of adventure, his amazing angling skills and his ability to convince us that, we too, can catch a Fish of a Lifetime!
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