May 1996

May 1996

The Incredible Wahoo

Topics: "the wahoo, an unlikely flyrod target" Fish: Wahoo Location(s): "Bahamas, Caribbean "

  • By: Jack Samson

Voyage of the Sea Lyon

Topics: Robert Lyon's 800-mile circumnavigation of British Columbia's Vancouver Island in a kayak

  • By: Robert Lyon

Where I Think We Are Now

Topics: Angling ethics and conservation

  • By: Tom McGuane

Getting Your Feet Wet

Topics: Choosing your first saltwater fly-fishing boat

  • By: Buzz Bryson

Searching for Bass

Topics: Strategy for searching for bass Fish: Bass

  • By: Dave Hughes

Wading in Style

Topics: "wading and wading staffs, as well as boots"

  • By: Robert C. Arnold

Back to Basics

Topics: Correcting common faults in fly casting

  • By: Joan Salvatto Wulff

Bonefish 101

Topics: Al Caucci's bonefishing school at Small Hope Bay Lodge in the Bahamas and Ted Leeson trying to catch his first bonefish Fish: Bonefish Location(s): "Bahamas, Caribbean "

  • By: Ted Leeson

Learning From Florida

Topics: Commercial and recreational fishing in Florida and how it finally seems to be coming to a happy ending

  • By: Ted Williams

Pages of Practicality

Topics: "The Sea Trout (Hugh Falkus, Fly Fisher's Classic Library), The Fisherman's Library (Arthur Ransome, Fly Fisher's Classic Library), Steelhead (Barry M. Thornton, Hancock House), Saltwater Fly Fishing for Pacific Salmon (Barry M. Thornton, Hancock House), Steelhead and the Floating Line (Bob Arnold,

  • By: Stephen Bodio

Drums Along the Delaware

Topics: "Fishing the West Branch of the Delaware River for brown trout, rainbows and shad" Fish: "brown trout, rainbow trout, shad " Water(s): Delaware River

Terrestrials-Part II

Topics: More recipes for tying terrestrials such as The Winged Ant and The Sack Spider Insect(s): "ants, spiders " Flypattern(s): "The Winged Ant, The Sack Spider " Dealer/Manufacturer(s): "Kennsington, MidStream, Kennebec River Company "

  • By: Darrel Martin

Cutthroats

Topics: A passion for native cutthroats Fish: Cutthroats

  • By: John Gierach