A Pile of New Rods

  • By: Buzz Bryson
  • , Jim Reilly
  • and Ted Leeson

Plus, RIO's Nymph Line, Hollander's reel & two intriguing gadgets

The Eyes of Experience

  • By: Paul Guernsey

The first sign appeared over 10 years ago, when I was still-though just barely-in my thirties. I was fishing a twilight caddis hatch and was hooking brown trout of up to 18 inches. Wading nearby, though as yet without a trout to his credit, was a young fisherman of 17 or 18 whom I knew only as "the kid."

Madison Valley Ranch

  • By: Paul Guernsey

Having Montana's Madison in the backyard is pretty hard to beat

Decoding the White River

  • By: Chad Mason

How to fish this highly productive-and complex-Ozark Mountain river system

2004 Trout Bum Tournament Wrap Up

  • By: Jim Reilly

For the 2004 Cabela's/FR&R Trout Bum Tournament, Presented by Ford, we decided to do things a little differently than in Tournaments past. The basic concept remained the same-we gave each team $500 to fulfill every angler's dream (getting paid to fish for at least 10 days) and required them to submit

Loomis' StreamDance GLX Rod

  • By: Paul Guernsey
  • and Buzz Bryson

... and Orvis Buzz Off Clothing

The Fire(power) Within

  • By: Paul Guernsey

She said, "It's the quiet ones ya gotta watch out for." "She" was a (slightly) older woman and workmate of mine at the Connecticut factory where I spent four extremely educational years between high school and college, and she was instructing me about the type of man most likely to be a successful seducer

When Scuds Die

  • By: Chad Mason

Death becomes this tiny crustacean-but there's a secret to getting the color right

Fly-Fishing Legends

  • By: Buzz Bryson
  • and Paul Guernsey

Where's Ernie? And, is the bow-and-arrow cast for real?

Bristol Bay, By Beaver

  • By: Paul Guernsey

'Commuter' fishing in Alaska's Southwestern wilderness