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.


  • 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

Losing a passport in Latin America’s murder capital.


  • 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.


  • By: Chris Santella
  • Photography by: Jim Klug

Thanks to an agreement between an Italian company (Avalon) and the Cuban government, anglers have fished Cuba’s Los Jardines de la Reina (The Gardens of the Queen) for the past 18 years. Tales of Los Jardines’ unblemished and underexploited waters make the archipelago a sought-after flats destination . . . especially in spring, when migrating adult tarpon pass through and anglers get their shots at 100-plus-pound beasts.