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River Rambles: Rounding the River Bank–Lessons in Balance, Focus and Judgement

Sometimes I feel like I’ve won the lottery. I get to live right on the river. Of course, the great thing about Spokane is that …

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Wilderness Loving Hunters and Anglers National Rendezvous Comes to Spokane

Many people who pursue creatures of fur, feather and fin are eagerly anticipating the fourth annual Rendezvous of the Backcountry Hunters and Anglers. Scheduled for …

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Backcountry Brewfest—Friday, March 6, 5-9 p.m., downtown Spokane

If you love beer and the great outdoors, don’t miss the 1st Annual Backcountry Brewfest that’s making its first appearance in Spokane for one night …

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Jerry White calf deep in the Spokane, casting for redbands. Photo: Derrick Knowles

Spokane Riverkeeper: Working for a Fishable, Swimmable River

I run and ride my bike along the Spokane River often, and I float and swim in it as many times as I can each …

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North Fork of the Coeur d'Alene River: An angler's paradise. Photo: David Uhlenkott

A Small Slice of Fly Fishing Heaven—The North Fork of the CDA River

The North Fork of the Coeur d’Alene River – a western, freestone masterpiece – is what fishy dreams are made of: crystal clear waters, old …

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Josh Mills and son Carson out on the lake. Photo: Kallie Mills

Fishing For a Good Cause

“My true release is fishing — nothing else can put me in a relaxed state of mind,” says Josh Mills, an avid fisherman who now …

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Happy fly fisherman on Amber Lake. Photo: Brad Northrup

Early Season Angling: Fly Fishing Amber Lake

I had turned off Highway 904 on the south end of Cheney and was heading through the Turnbull Wildlife Refuge when the coffee finally kicked …

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Flying in to Flyfish the Frank Church

I try to avoid thinking about the principles of airline flight: a long metal tube with huge mini-rockets riveted under flimsy-looking wings that propel me …

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