Jonah Ogles

Jonah Ogles

Author's Bio

Jonah Ogles (@jonahogles) is an associate editor at Outside. He previously worked at Cincinnati Magazine and the White Lake Beacon in Michigan.

The Mad Angler's Manifesto

Now, thanks to Chad Pastotnik at Michigan's Deep Wood Press, I can hang "The Mad Angler's Manifestro" on my wall. Deep Wood is selling limited-edition prints signed by the author and artist ($235 for...

A Jungle Murder Mystery Heats Up

Ann Bender, the multi-millionaire accused of killing her husband in their sprawling Costa Rican compound in January 2010, will again face trial for the murder.

The Best Summer Sandwich

An upper-crust seafood sandwich gets democratic (Plus: How to make your own Baja lobster roll)

The Fly Fishing Poet

When he isn't guiding world-renowned photographers, psychologists, and Hollywood acting coaches, Chris Dombrowski is writing. We caught up with him on the occasion of his new book.

Plan for Gridlock

Even if you stick to lesser-known parks this summer, chances are good you'll still want to check out Yellowstone, Yosemite, or some other charismatic megawilderness along the way. To help you avoid...

National Parks: Best Eats

From fresh, tropical milkshakes to buffalo steaks the size of your head, we dug up the best chow near America’s national parks.

Conserving Our Oceans

Seventy percent of the planet is water, but only 1.17 percent—1.63 million square miles—of that is protected. Compare that with the eight million square miles of land set aside and it's clear we have...

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