Salt Water

Double-Figure Bones

  • By: Chico Fernandez
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"There are more large bonefish in the shallow waters of the Florida Keys and Biscayne Bay in Miami than any other place I know."

Angler's Journal

  • By: Greg Thomas
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Returning home to catch sea-run cutthroat trout in Puget Sound...

Coho Exploration

  • By: Rob Lyon
On the remote shores of Vancouver Island

In search of wild coho salmon and coastal thrills off the remote shores of Vancouver Island.

Yucatan Babies

  • By: Chico Fernandez
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More tarpon than you could hope for-but it's true, the fish are there.

Big Bones with Big Charlie

  • By: Jim Levison
Mr Bonefish

Great New Gear for 2009

Gear 2009

  • Orvis Pack & Travel Sonic Seam Waders
  • Winston Boron Rods
  • Tibor Spey Reel
  • NRS GigBob Pontoon Boat
  • Salmo Saxatilis Rods

Ask FR&R

  • By: Buzz Bryson
Ask FR & R January 2009

How to apply maximum pressure but not break my rod? You've really asked two questions, because rod breakage is rarely related to properly applying maximum pressure to the fish if you're using the proper tackle properly. So let's look at rod breakage first. There are really only two ways most fly rods are broken while fighting a fish. The most common is "high sticking," where the angler holds the rod at too high an angle, forcing it to bend too sharply at its weakest point-the tip.

Industry Update

  • By: Kirk Deeter
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Angling Trade Report…On trends in the fly-fishing industry... Time for a brief preview of the new-products front for 2009. Many of the key fly-fishing market players who led with trump in 2008 are now leveraging/expanding product lines into which they’ve poured significant R-and-D

Remembering My Father, Ed Story

  • By: Bob Story
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Ed Story led with "How can I help?"

World Trout Fund

World Trout funding surpasses quarter-million mark; grants program expands support for threatened species.