Saved by Big Snelda

  • By: Greg Thomas
  • Photography by: Greg Thomas
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If you fly-fish then you travel, if not literally, at least in your mind. In fact, dreaming is in a fly fisher’s DNA, our dark secret when seated at the office, trading our fishing time for money, looking deeply into the monitor, seeing nothing but water and waves and some sort of beast on the end of the line.

In Patagonia

  • By: Dave Karczynski
  • Photography by: Dave Karczynski
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There are two ways to get to Patagonia. The first route requires some long-term planning. First, you develop employable skills as a youngster, study something respectable in college, get a decent job and save your money.

Sac Delta

  • By: Seth Norman
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Standing at the top of a long metal ramp I surveyed rows of yachts moored along the marina’s five floating docks, craft ranging from 25 feet to four times that. My future in-laws waved from one, a Bayliner a few slips down. I waved back, smiled, glanced down and for a moment couldn’t believe my polaroids.

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Bugs

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Spring 2015

{and some little baitfish}

Frost Heave

  • By: Dave Karczynski
  • Photography by: Tom Hazelton
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AFTER A 13-HOUR SOUTH-BY-SOUTHEAST voyage, Tom Hazelton and I have finally arrived in the Cumberland Plateau, and a Tennessee native—Towee Boats’ Captain Todd Gregory—is giving us a tour.

We take in ancient, tortoise-dome mountains, woodplank barbecue shacks, and yes, it’s true, the Tennessee trinity—that being Dollar Generals, churches and sex shops.