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Miles Nolte

Miles Nolte

Miles Nolte is the Director of Fishing at MeatEater. Miles has been an outdoor writer and editor for more than a decade and was a fishing guide for even longer than that. He’s the former Angling Editor at Gray’s Sporting Journal and author of The Alaska Chronicles.

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Buy Lures Handmade by the MeatEater Crew; Support Bahamas Hurricane Relief

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Buy Lures Handmade by the MeatEater Crew; Support Bahamas Hurricane Relief

A writer I dig, John Gierach, once wrote, “There are only two types of anglers: those in your party and the assholes.” While I’ve cursed plenty of people on the water, I also have full confidence that, were I in need of help, a fellow fisherman would put himself in harm’s way to do so. I’ve seen it...
Das Boat Episode 3: Cal Goes to Florida

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Das Boat Episode 3: Cal Goes to Florida

The journey continues… Wildlife refuges aren’t always well understood, but they represent one of this country’s greatest ideas. Game species are more resilient than we sometimes give them credit for, and populations can survive and rebound from major setbacks if they have the right habitat. Contrary...
Tweaker Island: Meth Heads, Tiger Sharks and Big Hawaiian Bonefish

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Tweaker Island: Meth Heads, Tiger Sharks and Big Hawaiian Bonefish

“There’s one 12-pounder that hangs around that rusted piling, and another 8-pounder just past it; maybe more down the beach.” Mike said, dropping me off on the narrow sliver of land outside the harbor. “They’ll be along the dropoff, in about two feet of water. I’ll pick you up on the far end after...