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Current Issue
Skagit Lines, Line Weights and Sink Tips
With all of the different Skagit Spey lines out there, I thought I would try and simplify things a little.
Fishing
Optics
You may notice in my writing and accompanying photos a common occurrence in some of the brands that I use and openly endorse. Over the years I have developed a loyalty to products that have treated me well and haven’t...
General
Custom Rifle Build the .450 Ackley
I consider myself a “rifleman”. I truly enjoy hunting with a fine rifle as much as the next connoisseur, maybe a wee bit more. That being said I feel that most of the factory rifles made today are lacking in...
Ask the Experts
Tips and Tech: Springtime River Fishing
By Garry Elgear Originally published in “Tips and Tech” May 2011 issue of BC Outdoors magazine. For most fishermen in this province the harsh weather and cold fronts can be a real deterrent during the winter months. Only truly die-hard anglers will...
Tips/Tricks/Tech Talk
Fly-tying: Mass Production
by Phil Rowley Originally published in “Fly-Tying” May 2011 issue of BC Outdoors magazine. It has been said that trout spend up to 90% of their time feeding beneath the surface, often just above the bottom. With this fact in mind it...
Tips/Tricks/Tech Talk
Cooking Rough: Trout with Fiddleheads
by Linda Gabris Originally published in “Cooking Rough” May 2011 issue of BC Outdoors magazine. Now here’s a meal that makes the “100-Mile Diet” – the commitment to eating local food grown within 100 miles of home – very appealing. The idea is...
Tips/Tricks/Tech Talk
Backroads Backtrack: Exploring BC's Cascade Highway
By Murphy Shewchuck Originally published in “Backroads” May 2011 issue of BC Outdoors magazine. There’s history in the mountains of south central British Columbia. If you care to go looking for it, you can find sections of a trail that has changed...
Latest News
Fly-tying: Creating Crayfish
By Phil Rowley Originally published in “Fly-Tying” March/April 2011 issue of BC Outdoors magazine. Without doubt, scuds or freshwater shrimp are the premier crustaceans in British Columbia. This celebrity status is not necessarily one of popularity with many, but it is certainly...
Tips/Tricks/Tech Talk
Cooking Rough: Savory Stuffed Salmon Loaf
By Linda Gabris Originally published in “Cooking Rough” March/April 2011 issue of BC Outdoors magazine. Whether you use a couple prized jars of home-canned salmon or have to resort to store-bought canned fish when the gourmet stash is running low, in this...
Tips/Tricks/Tech Talk

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