Monthly Archives: March 2012

STALKING THE 30-LB. SALMON — STEELHEAD & SALMON FISHING on the Columbia River

Imagine for a moment you’re a farmer in a fertile, temperate valley and your crop is cherries. Your orchard commands all your time and attention from March to August, but things slow down from September to February. And imagine your … Continue reading

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A TORN ROTATOR CUFF meant no more boating — then she started ROWING.

Funny how life’s negative experiences can lead to very positive ones. Rose Mini’s story is a great example of turning lemons into lemonade. “I’ve been a boater since 1985,” Rose told us. “I’d always loved water, the ocean, and fishing.” … Continue reading

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