Tarpon in Puerto Rico

A light, tropical breeze rustled the leaves of palm trees lining the dock as I strolled towards a smiling man in waders perched on the bow of his boat. The sun had just started to peek over the horizon, casting a golden glow across the rows of white fishing vessels. “Good Morning!” the grinning man…

Chasing Chrome – Steelheading in Western Washington

Washington’s western peninsula is characterized by evergreen canopies that sprawl across the terrain, extending from the coastal shores through the Olympic mountain range. Beneath the canopy, a forest of old growth, flora and fungi flourish. The peninsula is home to glacier-fed river systems that originate in the heart of the Olympic National Park and empty…