Guide Flies

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Forget what Bogart said. Crush trout this spring with Chan’s deadly micro-leeches.

New Media

  • By: Will Rice
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Waypoints
2013; Confluence Films; www.confluencefilms.com
86 min.; $29.95

The crew at Confluence Films doesn’t necessarily have all the money or time in the world, but they do get to ask the question we’d all like to ask: Where would we fish if we could fish anywhere, any time?

Calling All Fly Tiers

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Think you’re a great fly designer? Want the opportunity to see your flies sold in fly shops all over the country?
Spirit River (in conjunction with Fly Rod & Reel) is putting out a casting call to ambitious tiers. This is your chance to become the next Spirit River Contract Tier.

An Angle on Art

  • By: Bob White
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I’M FASCINATED BY SCULPTURE, particularly when it’s constructed in a medium in which I have little working experience. So it’s no wonder that I’m intrigued by the whimsical and expressive fish studies of sculptor Joel Nelson.

Personal History

  • By: Matt Harris
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FROM THE RUGGED FREESTONES THAT SPLASH down Quebec's Chic-Choc Mountains, to the wild brawling torrents of the Russian tundra, most salmon streams have a quality that defies you not to fall just a little in love with them.

Spirits Rise

  • By: Tom Keer
  • Photography by: Emily Lilienthal
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j It comes as no surprise

New Media

  • By: Will Rice
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p>Geofish Mexico Vol. 1

2013; Motiv Fishing

www.motivfishing.com

Running time: 1:42:00; $19.99

Health & Safety

  • By: Michael Gracie
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Drinking water and hydration supplements means you’ll spend more time casting.

Personal History

  • By: Seth Norman
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True to Type

Should you judge a fly caster by his cover?

Angle on Art

  • By: Bob White
  • Illustrations by: Rick Harrington
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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.