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Fish Taco Chronicles is a quarterly print fishing magazine that has been publishing since 1995. Co-founders Shawn Arnold and Leonard Davenport started the little “rag” more or less as a hobby. A way to go fishing and tell their wives they were working.

Whether you enjoy freshwater fishing, sport fishing or fly fishing our magazine has something for every Angler. We feature articles on local fishing tournaments, the latest fishing gear, tackle, charters, guides and much more…

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AMERICAN ANGLER 8-DAY ADVENTURE SCORE MONSTER BLUEFIN TUNA AND MORE – By: Steve Carson

  The 24 PENN Fishing University anglers who headed out for an 8-day long-range adventure aboard Captain Ray Lopez’ American Angler from Point Loma Sportfishing in San Diego knew they…

Royal Polaris OCTUNACLUB- Article by Doug Inouye – Photos by Ryan June and Dharyl “Big D” Shelbourne

  As we all know 2020 was a year that many of us would like to forget, and the word “challenging” doesn’t even begin to describe it.  With so many…

BIG Life Lessons – by Robert Moorers

I wanted my two sons to experience big game fishing, what we got was a whole lot more.” We started our adventure by arriving in Cabo San Lucas on Monday,…

East Cape’s Summertime Blues – Article by JIM NIEMIEC

Upon arrival in Cabo, our flight was the only one outside of Terminal 2, with the exception of a small commuter jet sitting on the tarmac of Terminal 1, for…

The Sandwich Bite – The Story of Badger’s First Bluefin – Article & Photos by Mike Lane

It was a day that will never be forgotten. A day that changed my son’s life. Jaxon Lane AKA ”Badger” is my 10 year old son that keeps bringing his…

Browns in the Green By: Shawn Arnold

“Twitch it. TWITCH IT!! Damn it he swam away” yelled Brandon Keene my guide for the day who works for Grand Teton Flyfishing. We were fishing the Green River about…

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