Who Fly Fishes?

  • By: Stephen Camelio
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When Christopher Guest says, “Comedians do not fish and they are not outdoors people” it’s an immediate contradiction—he’s been a part of Hollywood’s most groundbreaking comedies of the past three decades, and he is a passionate angler. But then again, Guest is no one-trick pony.

Who Fly Fishes?

  • By: Stephen Camelio
Tom Balenti

Tom Balenti, chef, restaurant owner

Journalist, author, historian David Halberstam

  • By: Stephen Camelio

Editor's note: Just as we were preparing to ship this issue to the printer, David Halberstam was killed in an April 23 car crash. This, undoubtedly, is one of the last interviews Halberstam ever gave, and the thing that impresses us most about it is what

Tom Skerritt

  • By: Don Roberts

When I go fishing I'd just as soon find the kind of quiet river where you're alone and then spend a lot of time reflecting and listening to the river.

Dr. Martin Arostegui

  • By: Steve Kantner

This retired doctor knows a thing or two about records

The United States Military Academy's Colonel Russ Forney

  • By: Jim Reilly

Militarily Precise hatch-matching from Thailand to the Beaverkill

Greg Brown

  • By: John Gierach

'There's a similarity between bamboo rods and acoustic guitars'

Mark Few

  • By: Stephen Camelio

Head Basketball Coach, Gonzaga University

Gary Anderson

  • By: Stephen Camelio

The NFL's all-time leading scorer talks about performing under pressure

FBI Terrorist Hunter Randy Leben

  • By: Paul Guernsey

Special Agent Randy Leben retired last September after 25 years with the FBI. He was a counter-intelligence officer for most of his career; then, after 9/11, he began working in counter-terrorism. After taking up fly-fishing in the early 1990's, he began to see intriguing parallels between his new favorite