Kathryn Maroun describes why the International Game and Fish Association’s new gender rule is flawed.
Kathryn Maroun’s blog about fishing from around the world.
Kathryn Maroun complains that the International Game Fish Association’s new ruling creates a separate, and really not equal, classification for anglers.
Kathryn Maroun is back at The WON. In this column, she describes recent events in Bermuda.
Kathryn Maroun describes 7 ways, er sins, and how not to guide anglers.
“For we shall find that men of ambition and greatness of soul not only are desirous of praise for such
A few days ago, I launched my new film called “The Evolution of An Angler,” and then I took cover, waiting for the fallout. You see, the film is the story of my journey from childhood to present. I revisit how my view of the world evolves over time with experience and with the need to ask myself hard questions.
The term gypsy first appeared in record in the 16th century from a category of people thought to be Egyptians
You may be surprised to learn that people spend more time in bed than they do participating in sports and leisure activities. This doesn’t seem right. I would much rather be on a river in the Gaspé region of Quebec, angling for Atlantics, than sawing logs. … I battle Stage 3 neurological Lyme disease and co-infections, a chronic affliction that will result in an early death because of improper treatment of the infection(s) that are transmitted by the bite of a single tick.
Fly fishing guru Kathryn Maroun will spend Christmas in California, as she battles Lyme disease — caught from fishing in exotic locations around the world. She recalls a not-too-entirely-pleasant experience while fishing in Brazil and reflects on other memories this Christmas.
Earlier this month, Cassandra Ogle read that Morgan Freeman died. And just like Cassandra, 60,000 people rushed to find out
Do you ever have days when you wonder why you even bother? Would anyone even notice if you didn’t show
Women have been fishing alongside men forever, but our contributions have been greatly undervalued or left out altogether. Reading this
I was a year old when “The Red Fisher Show” hit the airwaves on Saturday afternoons on CTV. My parents must have set my playpen in front of the “tube” or CRT television (no flat screen back then) to watch “Scuttlebutt Lodge, the Tall Tale Capital of the World.” I grew up with dreams and big ideas, the excitement of possibilities. It was not like my mother’s generation, where you were what your husband did.