Anadromous \ə-ˈna-drə-məs \ and Catadromous \kə-ˈta-drə-məs \
The terms anadromous and catadromous refer to birthplace and spawning migration patterns of species. Rinella: “The classic anadromous fish is a salmon.”
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At home both in open water and in the frozen tundra, 13 Fishing Kalon O Spinning Reels are performance-proven and tested by the most rugged and rowdy anglers we know.
Whether you're into suds, brewskis, seltzers, or vino, if it comes in a can or bottle and is best served cold, the Hopper M30 is the ticket.
A bright citrus-based blend that is balanced with earthy notes of smokey chardonnay and mild heat to round it out. This unique combination is incredibly versatile, perfectly pairs with your latest catch, fresh garden veggies, or atop roasted potatoes.
A lightweight body and super low-profile design provide incredible comfort during long days on the water.
Japanese 36 Ton Toray Graphite , 4A Portuguese Cork Handle, ALPS 316 Stainless Steel Guides with Zirconia Inserts.
The MeatEater crew uses our GoBoxes for storing all kinds of gear, from ammo and range hardware to outdoor kitchen essentials.
Poke \ˈpōk\ verb A poke is a casual approach to fishing during a short span of time. Rinella: “If I’m on vacation, I may head down to the beach to take a couple pokes.” For the full collection of the MeatEater Glossary, where you’ll learn everything from the technical to the arcane, go to the Glossary Page.
Bucket \ˈbə-kət\ noun When you’re fishing a river, you want to keep your eyes open for the buckets. They’re a great spot to get a line wet and have a solid chance at getting a fish on the line. Watch the video to find out more. For the full collection of the MeatEater Glossary, where you’ll learn everything from the technical to the arcane, go to the Glossary Page. April Vokey: “If I’m in a hurry… I’m going to go straight to the bucket to get a...
It all started with a boat. A 1955 Lund, to be specific—pea-green paint sloughing off in sheets, tethered to a listing dock on a 15-acre lake. I caught my first bass out of that boat, and countless others after. Its equally-aged outboard provided my first lessons in mechanics and, when I couldn’t coax it back to life no matter how many times I yanked the cord, my first lessons in rowing. This was also the dawn fishing shows. Roland Martin, Bill...