Salt Water

Something For Everyone

  • By: Buzz Bryson
  • and Paul Guernsey

Tibor Reels, Albright Shirts and the Reel Creel

Do We Need Saltwater Licenses?

  • By: Ted Williams

Only if we want the power to influence fisheries management

Removing Dams (From Consideration)

  • By: Ted Williams

How the feds plan to shirk the mission of a salmon recover

Gary Anderson

  • By: Stephen Camelio

The NFL's all-time leading scorer talks about performing under pressure

Maintenance Check

  • By: Paul Guernsey
  • and Buzz Bryson

Caring for reels, waders & fly lines

A Vampire Story

  • By: Ted Williams

... Or how I learned to stop worrying and love the lamprey

The Grand Finale

  • By: Fly Rod and Reel

Guess Who Won The Biggest Prize In The History Of Fly-Fishing?

Norman Schwarzkopf

  • By: Stephen Camelio

Born in Trenton, New Jersey, Norman Schwarzkopf graduated from West Point in 1956. He then embarked on a distinguished military career that included two combat tours in Vietnam and the command of all Allied forces during operations Desert Shield and Desert Storm in 1990-1991. His military awards include

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Two-Fisted Fishing

  • By: Paul Guernsey

I grew up as a deprived youngster-although I was scarcely aware of it at the time, and it left no permanent scars. By deprived I mean that my fishing life consisted entirely of catching brook trout on worms, dunking crayfish for smallmouth bass and twirling minnows in the tidal current for snapper blues.