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Columnist Rob Brown began to worry about the Lakelse River Cutthroat Trout in earnest last September
Columnist Rob Brown's series on his friend, Mike Whelpley, draws to an emotional close
After a decade of fishing together every weekend and on most holidays, Mike began dating Jacquie...
I shouldered my pack and started up the shore. My feet slipped with each step, forcing me to walk slowly and deliberately...
The snow moaned under the tires of Mike's truck as it came to a stop. We were wearing our waders in the cab...
When the steelhead had slipped into the depths, Mike urged me to make my way to the head of the run and fish through it...
Skeena angler Rob Brown remembers his old friend, Mike
Skeena angler says for him, the mention of the Gitnadoix will always be associated with Mike Whelpley
Accurate estimates of steelhead populations in most of this province’s rivers weren't available until the late 1970s...
On the 18th of May 1980, Mount Saint Helens blew its top...
Lunch next to the stream is a pleasant part of the angling experience, a midday respite from the fishing...
Columnist Rob Brown remembers his friend, Dionys deLeeuw
Columnist Rob Brown remembers his friend Ed while fishing for trout on the lower Lakelse
There's a long trail of lost fishing gear marking columnist Rob Brown's fishing career
Columnist Rob Brown finds a couple of rare books in Prince George
“Part of the joy of fishing, of rivers, of their fish and all the life about them, will always be their unpredictability.”
Do you remember Seal Dris? Columnist Rob Brown does.
How this modern gear saved feet from what would have been a rotten destiny but also sent anglers splashing to possible doom
Columnist Rob Brown questions the true costs of an LNG pipeline running through the Kispiox valley
Angler calls for the banning of ATV use along Fisher Road and the streams it crosses near Terrace, B.C.