Highlights

GoFishn for Fishing Community Connections

  • By: Fly Rod and Reel

See Fly Rod & Reel's page on GoFISHn.com, angling's community connection—plus, guide updates and new posts daily. If you like Facebook, you'll be right at home at GoFISHn...

The Musky Chronicles

  • By: Fly Rod and Reel
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Footage unlike any we've seen to date…catching muskies on flies. You don't have to be from the Midwest to appreciate this, my friends…Lee Church delivers some compelling movie clips…

Fly-Casting Therapy

  • By: Phil Monahan
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The therapeutic value of fly fishing.

Digital Cameras

  • By: Buzz Bryson
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Q: I’m interested in buying a new digital camera, primarily to take fishing, but am bewildered by the choices and options. Do I need a waterproof model? What about features? Help!

Cover Stories

  • By: Joe Healy
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The front cover is the face of a magazine. The façade. The entryway. Done well, through the image chosen and the cover lines written, it’s the summation of not only the pages to follow; but the feeling of the magazine. The cover strikes a nerve, triggers an impulse and arrests our attention. It causes the reader to pause after shaking the magazine free from the mail pile—or, to the enduring satisfaction of we editors and art directors who create these canvases, convinces a customer to buy this magazine from a retailer. More than a mere cloak, a cover is the magazine’s personality. Here, we went back to our beginnings, March/April 1979, marched through the decades and selected some of the most engaging of the past 178 FR&R front covers.