- By: Michael Gracie
Drinking water and hydration supplements means you’ll spend more time casting.
- By: Seth Norman
True to Type
Should you judge a fly caster by his cover?
- By: Bob White
- Illustrations by: Rick Harrington
His landscapes, particularly those with reflected light, create in me the sensation of remembering a dream from which I’ve just awoken. Only the visceral, most essential elements remain, and the extraneous details, which often clutter and confuse, retreat with the dawn. What remains is an impression of the dream, and a record of the memory.
- By: Adrienne Comeau
- By: Nadia White
The cinnamon sow flipped rocks with a laconic, long-clawed paw, moving slowly through her options like a teenage boy vaguely disappointed with the contents of the refrigerator. Her year-old cub wandered in her path, picking up leftovers.
- By: Tom Montgomery
New Bear Safety And Conflict Tactics.
Treadwell didn’t listen. You should.
by Tom Smith
- By: Bob White
- Illustrations by: Becca Schlaff
Becca Schlaff’s Tributes to the Colors of Fish
- By: Brian Chan
Tying a Fair Damsel
The challenges facing native fish aren’t limited to a single watershed, species or geography, or to salt or fresh water—they are global. Overfishing, introduction of invasive species, destruction of habitat and spawning grounds, man-made pollution and general lack of data are universal factors that endanger native fish, whether they are wild cutthroat in the Rockies, bonefish in the Florida Keys, permit off the Yucatan Peninsula . . . or even Slovenia’s softmouth trout.
- By: Kelly Galloup
- Photography by: Louis Cahill
The first time I took a fly pattern to a manufacturer was back in 1980, and since then I’ve submitted many, many more. For me it was a relatively easy process because there were very few people submitting new patterns at that time; now, as an established fly designer (and a shop owner for more than 30 years) it’s even less of a chore.