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Two fishing rods per fisherman, or just one? It’s a perennial issue in Minnesota, and one that could spark heated disagreement within the otherwise friendly confines of a boat. And it’s back – even with a partisan flavor. On Tuesday, April 23, the Republican-controlled state Senate voted to allow anglers to use two lines to …

Two fishing rods per angler or just one? It’s a perennial issue in Minnesota, and one that could spark heated disagreements within the otherwise friendly confines of a boat. And it’s back – even with a partisan flavor. On Tuesday, April 23, the Republican-controlled state Senate voted to allow anglers to use two lines while …

Two fishing rods per fisherman, or just one? It’s a perennial question in Minnesota, and one that could spark heated disagreement within the otherwise friendly confines of a boat. And it’s back, even with a partisan flavor. On Tuesday, the Republican-controlled state Senate voted to allow fishermen to use two lines while fishing, while the …

The 9’5wt Orvis Clearwater deserves a commendable article, but if nothing else this rod proves a startling truth: Orvis is, for the time being, ahead of the pack in the arms race which manufactures fly fishing equipment. From top to bottom, Orvis’s offerings surpass or equal even the fiercest competition, and the Orvis Clearwater update …

The opening day of Vermont trout season is April 13, and anglers across Bennington County are eager to get out on the water. The start of the season is always difficult and not for the faint-hearted. Water temperatures during the second week of April in the Battenkill River Valley can average 38 degrees on a …

It looks lighter and longer is the new trend in bass fishing. So much so that professional tours now allow 10ft rods when the standard maximum length was 8ft. There is no doubt that rod length has an advantage, especially when long casts, more power, heavy coverage and heavy line prevail. New materials, load power …