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?
Will we live to see another tuna invasion like this?
How to find largemouths in your backyard
A good pair of polarizing glasses may well be your most important piece of fishing gear