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Everything's Better With Bacon

Recipe: Trout with Bacon Brussels Sprouts

San Francisco chef Timmy Malloy takes the catch of the day and prepares it with fresh, local, seasonal produce.

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The One That Didn't Get Away

How To: Fillet a Trout Like a Pro

Chef Timmy Malloy of Local’s Corner in San Francisco gives a lesson in filleting a fish.

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Lure Lore

The Art of the Fishing Lure

Fishermen have long known that fish are often smarter than they. But the rest of us probably haven’t given the lures used to catch these clever, wary creatures their due. In fact, the best lures are really works of inventiveness, science, utility and even art.

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Caught by hand, saved by mouth

Patagonia Provisions Salmon Jerky

In 1996, founder of Patagonia, Yvon Chouinard, changed the clothing industry with the move to organic cotton. The big dogs, such as Wal-Mart, are finally following suit. Now, 16 years later, Chouinard plans on once again changing an industry –- but this time, it’s the fishing industry. Salmon has been a hot topic of controversy,…

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David Bowie Not Included

Labyrinth Aquarium

We can think of plenty of other things we’d rather drop $6,500 on, but if to quote Jay-Z, “money ain’t a thang”, we’d probably find some place to stash this ridiculous Labryrinth Aquarium ($6,500) in our home — most likely right next to the white tiger cage. It’s designed to house tropical freshwater fish in…

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No more fishy business

For Cod and Country

We like author Barton Seaver’s new book, For Cod and Country ($18), for two reasons — neither of which involve the deplorable wordplay in its title. The first is that it’s filled with creative recipes for fish that will surely impress cod-fearing dinner guests if executed correctly (re: not like tuna surprise). The second, and…