Highlights

Three Rivers by Moon

  • By: Dave Karczynski
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“IS IT WEIRD GOING OUT IN THE DARK WITH PEOPLE YOU DON’T KNOW?”

overlooked

  • By: Zach Matthews
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Ask most anglers what equals summer fun for them, and they’ll answer, “Trout.” But what to do during a heatwave, or high water, or when your favorite stream gets hit hard by the angling hordes?

Spirits

  • By: Chris Santella
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Personal History

  • By: George Cook
  • Photography by: George Cook
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jDeep in the blurry throws of engagement, I stepped out of a skiff on Alaska’s Nushagak River and said to my fiancée, Jen, “Yeah sweetie, you get first water all week long on this gig.”

Presentation

  • Photography by: Barry Beck
  • , Val Atkinson
  • , John Sherman
  • , Tosh Brown
  • , Zach Matthews
  • and Darcy Bacha
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Dogs are part of the fly-fishing landscape, and whether they are obedient or delinquent, cute and cuddly, or just hellhounds with a mouthful of teeth, they’re entertaining. And, as long as they aren’t swimming through a prime pool, and instead are waiting patiently on the bank with not a nail dipped in the drink, they make a day on the water that much better.

The Sporting Life

  • By: John Gierach
  • Illustrations by: Bob White
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The goal of fly-fishing isn’t just to

Practical and Useful

  • By: David Hughes
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Four steps to consistently taking trout on dries.

Profile

  • By: Stephen Camelio
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jJudging by his Twitter feud WITH Kanye West or his supposed love affair with Ben Affleck, everything seems to be a joking matter for Jimmy Kimmel. But underneath that crooked smile and snarky laugh is a serious guy.

Personal History

  • By: Galen Mercer
  • Illustrations by: Galen Mercer
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jA PRIME NOTION OF TROUT FISHING has long been its supposed “arc of development.” In essential form, this begins with wanting to catch the most fish, morphs into pursuit of the largest, and concludes with a sole interest in a river’s most challenging specimens.

Presentation

  • Photography by: Jeff Edvalds
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Photographer: Jeff Edvalds