Tactical approaches on a hidden spring creek bring success.
- Photography by: Jim Levison
Stinging memories trigger deeper remembrances.
Plan your attack for seven months of the best bug action in the Midwest.
I grew up on a lake in Central New York, Oneida Lake, known as one of the Northeast's top walleye waters. I took my share of that brand of perch-we always said "pike" in CNY, but walleyes are of the perch family, and calling them pike is similar lazy usage as saying that brookies are trout when
New adventures from a favorite fly-fishing penman
When it comes to the "new" Columbia/Snake salmon plan, the courts have had it with federal arrogance.
You will find success stories in this collection of the author's columns, mostly published in this magazine or in Audubon. Tales of recovery that give you hope: return of the East Coast stripers, "America's fish"...
I have taught this pattern in a number of fly-tying classes for my Eastern friends, and all agree-it's a killer.
What can the new tournament-ready bassin' rods do for us?
What you need to know before picking a fly-fishing chest pack.
Plus finding the right Spey-casting lines, and more weighty matters.
Don't stand on shore and miss the action-launch out to the fish.