Jonah Ogles (@jonahogles) is a senior editor at Outside. He previously worked at Cincinnati Magazine and the White Lake Beacon in Michigan.
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There are reasons to fish the same river year after year. Success isn’t one of them.
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Despite the condemnation, the novelty of exotic pets still hasn't diminished.
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