Two-Fisted Fishing

  • By: Paul Guernsey

I grew up as a deprived youngster-although I was scarcely aware of it at the time, and it left no permanent scars. By deprived I mean that my fishing life consisted entirely of catching brook trout on worms, dunking crayfish for smallmouth bass and twirling minnows in the tidal current for snapper blues.

Cause And Effect

  • By: Buzz Bryson
  • and Paul Guernsey

I'll occasionally see a reference to "overlining" or "underlining" a rod. What is the practical effect of casting a line one line-weight heavier than the rod is designated for? And what is the effect of casting a line one size smaller than the rod? The answer depends not only on the designated weights

The Callibaetis Spinner

  • By: A. K. Best

The preferred food of finicky fish

Angler of the Year

  • By: Paul Guernsey

Fishing for Albacore with Ted Williams, FR&R's 2003 Angler of the Year.

The Great Lakes

  • By: Paul Guernsey

Could it be that fishing the Great Lakes tributaries is more rewarding than, say, New Zealand or Tierra del Fuego?