It's time to gear up for this season's smallmouth action
Hot new tying materials, and how to use them
Tropical saltwater angling in Belize, any time of year
The Corps has tried to control nature. Now it's time to control the Corps.
No, we're not talking about that time when you whipped up a couple Black Caddis on the banks of the Madison with nothing more than a spoon, a Leatherman and some fuzz from your socks. That's cool, but here we're talking about fly-tying "in the field," i.e. Iraq. First sergeant Joe Cunningham is stationed
Once again, it's the time of year when the staff of FR&R gets together with some of the magazine's closest friends in order to choose those pieces of gear that deserve to be recognized with a Kudo Award for outstanding fly tackle. Selections for the 2007 Kudos were made by a panel of angling experts
New rods from Winston, Orvis and High Sierra; L.L. Bean's gearbag; and more
Smallmouth bass fishing at Weatherby's lodge
It was a day of superlatives in a place of superlatives. I had thought I threw a long line until I watched the guy fishing with me--Steve Rajeff, who can cast farther than any other man on the planet [see: Ask FR&R July/October]. Together we eased down the clean gravel of the river that sustains the
- By: Paul Guernsey
- and Buzz Bryson
And, are nail knots good for saltwater?