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Fly Rod & Reel, Winter 2017

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Trophies in Bone

It takes a certain type to pursue muskies with flies, and those types gather in Tennessee each year. — By Tom Hazelton

Angler of the Year

Brian Chan knows how to catch big stillwater trout, and his willingness to share that information with the angling community makes him FRR’s Angler of the Year. — By Dana Sturn

DIY Haida Gwaii

On British Columbia’s most remote islands big, under-the-radar steelhead still swim. The challenge is to find them when conditions are prime... and before everyone else finds out. — By Greg Thomas

Alaska Now!

If you are looking for a 30-inch rainbow trout, southwest Alaska’s Bristol Bay region is the place to be. Fortunately, some of The Great Land’s finest lodges also are found there. We have profiled three of the best—now it’s up to you to book the trip! — By Chris Santella


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Upfront Notes

If you dream big, dream Alaska. — By Greg Thomas

Presentation

This may be the toughest pack of bonefish on the planet. — By Jim Klug

Short Casts

Sumi-e art; new flies for winter; gear for every trip; fallout from Blackadore Caye; Chris Dombrowski’s Body of Water.

Practical & Useful

Get low—crouch if need be—and catch more trout. — By Dave Hughes

Conservation

Lake Okeechobee and the dead fish downstream. — By Ted Williams

Sporting Life

In Wisconsin with a musky tribe, looking for a two-fish day. — By John Geirach


Reader Service

Autumn Tacklebag

Directory/Classifieds

Features

Trophies in Bone

It takes a certain type to pursue muskies with flies, and those types gather in Tennessee each year. — By Tom Hazelton

Angler of the Year

Brian Chan knows how to catch big stillwater trout, and his willingness to share that information with the angling community makes him FRR’s Angler of the Year. — By Dana Sturn

DIY Haida Gwaii

On British Columbia’s most remote islands big, under-the-radar steelhead still swim. The challenge is to find them when conditions are prime... and before everyone else finds out. — By Greg Thomas

Alaska Now!

If you are looking for a 30-inch rainbow trout, southwest Alaska’s Bristol Bay region is the place to be. Fortunately, some of The Great Land’s finest lodges also are found there. We have profiled three of the best—now it’s up to you to book the trip! — By Chris Santella.


Departments

Upfront Notes

If you dream big, dream Alaska. — By Greg Thomas

Presentation

This may be the toughest pack of bonefish on the planet. — By Jim Klug

Short Casts

Sumi-e art; new flies for winter; gear for every trip; fallout from Blackadore Caye; Chris Dombrowski’s Body of Water.

Practical & Useful

Get low—crouch if need be—and catch more trout. — By Dave Hughes

Conservation

Lake Okeechobee and the dead fish downstream. — By Ted Williams

Sporting Life

In Wisconsin with a musky tribe, looking for a two-fish day. — By John Geirach

Reader Service

Finding trout in South Dakota’s Black Hills. - By John Gierach

Reader Service

Autumn Tacklebag

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Name Fly Rod & Reel, Winter 2017
SKU FRR2017_WINTER
Publication Year 2017
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Features


Trophies in Bone


It takes a certain type to pursue muskies with flies, and those types gather in Tennessee each year. — By Tom Hazelton



Angler of the Year


Brian Chan knows how to catch big stillwater trout, and his willingness to share that information with the angling community makes him FRR’s Angler of the Year. — By Dana Sturn



DIY Haida Gwaii


On British Columbia’s most remote islands big, under-the-radar steelhead still swim. The challenge is to find them when conditions are prime... and before everyone else finds out. — By Greg Thomas



Alaska Now!


If you are looking for a 30-inch rainbow trout, southwest Alaska’s Bristol Bay region is the place to be. Fortunately, some of The Great Land’s finest lodges also are found there. We have profiled three of the best—now it’s up to you to book the trip! — By Chris Santella






Departments


Upfront Notes


If you dream big, dream Alaska. — By Greg Thomas



Presentation


This may be the toughest pack of bonefish on the planet. — By Jim Klug



Short Casts


Sumi-e art; new flies for winter; gear for every trip; fallout from Blackadore Caye; Chris Dombrowski’s Body of Water.



Practical & Useful


Get low—crouch if need be—and catch more trout. — By Dave Hughes



Conservation


Lake Okeechobee and the dead fish downstream. — By Ted Williams



Sporting Life


In Wisconsin with a musky tribe, looking for a two-fish day. — By John Geirach






Reader Service



Autumn Tacklebag



Directory/Classifieds

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