Angling for striped bass in the rivers and bays of the Left Coast
Fishing for prairie lake largemouths
Eight top rod designers discuss flyrod action
Back in 1979, FR&R-then Rod And Reel-started life as a fishing magazine with a difference. From the beginning, founding editor John Merwin expressed a bold, maybe even reckless, willingness to step outside the hidebound hook-and-bullet mold and experiment a bit. Perhaps the most startling-and risky-thing
The latest in Bauer reels, Winston rods... and a Loon Outdoors cornucopia
My spring, 1979 semester at the University of Arizona was like a country song: filled with little but hard work, heartache and hangovers, and I couldn't wait to get the hell out of Tucson. Almost as soon as I'd finished my last final exam, I packed my pickup truck and headed for Alaska. Along the way
Angling on the saltwater flats of Long Island Sound
... Or how I learned to stop worrying and love the lamprey
1985 Art Flick It is no small wonder why FR&R (just R&R back then) chose Art Flick as the very first Angler of the Year. Few anglers before or since have influenced fly-fishing as much as Art Flick. He is best known for two monumental books that marked the advent of a new period of American fly-fishing.
Plus, striped bass 'On The Run,' and two books by Stephen Bodio
Guess Who Won The Biggest Prize In The History Of Fly-Fishing?
Tying A.K.'s Quill Body RS 2
Plus, rod "tracking" and "tip-bounce" defined; A brief history of catch-and-release
- By: Paul Guernsey
- and Buzz Bryson