Practical and Useful
- By: David Hughes
Four steps to consistently taking trout on dries.
- By: Stephen Camelio
jJudging by his Twitter feud WITH Kanye West or his supposed love affair with Ben Affleck, everything seems to be a joking matter for Jimmy Kimmel. But underneath that crooked smile and snarky laugh is a serious guy.
- By: Galen Mercer
- Illustrations by: Galen Mercer
jA PRIME NOTION OF TROUT FISHING has long been its supposed “arc of development.” In essential form, this begins with wanting to catch the most fish, morphs into pursuit of the largest, and concludes with a sole interest in a river’s most challenging specimens.
- Photography by: Jeff Edvalds
Photographer: Jeff Edvalds
- By: John Gierach
Marginal conditions can bring their own reward.
A FRIEND CALLED FROM TEXAS. HE WAS standing at the crest of a hill where he’d walked with his second cup of morning coffee to get a cell signal. He’d driven down there from his place in western Colorado to deliver some
- By: Dave Hughes
Preparing for the vast majority of hatches you’ll encounter on trout streams is remarkably simple.
- By: Fly Rod and Reel
- Photography by: Becca Schlaff
Rich Chiappone is the author of Opening Days: A Fly Fisherman Writes, published by Barclay Creek Press.
- By: Kirk Deeter
- Photography by: Tim Romano
- By: Tom Keer
- Photography by: Emily Lilienthal
j It comes as no surprise
- By: Will Rice
2013; Motiv Fishing
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