- By: Seth Norman
True to Type
Should you judge a fly caster by his cover?
- By: Adrienne Comeau
- Photography by: Darcy Bacha
Photographer: Darcy Bacha, Rhododendron, Oregon
- By: Tosh Brown
Bluefish invade the Northeast each spring without fanfare. They’re not tracked on message boards or rumor-milled in fly shops, like stripers. Bass freaks arrange their lives around the migration, but few people budget vacation time, rise at 4:00 AM and drive three hours just to check their favorite spots for bluefish.
- By: Greg Thomas
All in a day’s work on Oregon’s Deschutes.
by Greg Thomas
photographs by the author