Why Fly Fishing? A new DVD asks, and answers, this very question. By Jim Butler It all started at the Yale Peabody Museum, really. The Peabody was making plans to display a traveling exhibit from the American Museum of Fly Fishing (AMFF), called "Seeing Wonders: The Nature of Fly Fishing."
In what should be America's most important river-herring refuge, superstition suppresses these imperiled fish.
The Speckled panfish does take flies.
Abel puts reel design thought into helping out fly-fishing causes.
When it comes to the "new" Columbia/Snake salmon plan, the courts have had it with federal arrogance.
What can the new tournament-ready bassin' rods do for us?
Don't stand on shore and miss the action-launch out to the fish.
International event honors contributions of five to the sport of fishing.
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
Mastering the strip-strike, how to recycle your leaders and calculate a fish's weight.