Over the weekend President Bush signed an executive order giving striped bass and red fish gamefish status in federal waters.
We have selected two winners for the Bob White Reel ID contest. Thanks to everyone who entered and guessed. We were overwhelmed by the number of responses; you folks really know your gear.
The Fly Fishing Hall of Fame in Livingston Manor, New York, has announced the 2007 class of inductees
- By: Buzz Bryson
- and Paul Guernsey
The Scoop On Loops Casting loops, loop-to-loop connections-and getting fish on the reel
September 30 marked the end of fishing season over much of Maine. Fortunately I was able to head north over the weekend for one final chance at big brookies in a remote pond...
Check out this trailer for Feltsoul Media's documentary on a proposed gold mine in the headwaters of some of the best salmon rivers in Alaska.
This is a real reel that Bob White painted for our Nov/December issue. Do you know what it is? If so, you can win an original Bob White water color.
So strange: Scientists in Japan have created salmon that produce trout. This has some positive potential for endangered salmon stocks, but man is it strange.
We got some nice soaking rains the first part of the week and my local rivers have good flows, which is a relief. It should be perfect fall fishing by this weekend: tossing streamers to aggressive, brightly colored brook trout. Unfortunately I won't be able to hit any of it. Why? I'll be in Denver for
It's been real hot and dry the past few weeks here in Midcoast Maine. The rivers are extremely low which means trout fishing is out of the picture until we get some good rain. However, a guy's got to fish, right? So on Saturday I went to a nearby pond with the intention to catch some big bass. Instead, I caught a mini-pike, aka a chain pickerel. I'd say it weighed about 2.5- to 3 pounds measured around inches.