In My Hands

  • By: Maximilian Werner
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Fishing with a Hexagraph fly rod..."Lately and with the help of a Hexagraph fly rod...I have begun to understand how a high-performance rod can improve an angler’s orientation to the sport."

Camp Elegance

  • By: Donald J. Goodman
JOHN D. VOELKER/Robert Traver

The 2010 Robert Traver Fly-Fishing Writing Award Winners will be announced in our Autumn 2010 issue. But for now, a look back at 2009.... The Special Rusty Gates Honorable Mention Recognition for a 2009 Robert Traver Fly-Fishing Writing Award Finalist of particular merit.... "I am standing in the dark doorway at two in the morning looking down the silvered, rain-washed lawn, hearing from across the river the haunting whoop of a whippoorwill and on this side listening to the rollicking fly-fishing trinity sitting around the picnic table—a rendezvous with John Voelker, Mary Orvis Marbury and Dame Juliana Berners."

SUMMER BONUS: Crossover Flies

  • By: Fly Rod and Reel
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More coverage from our Summer 2010 issue, from the feature "Fresh for the Salt" on patterns that do double-duty for fresh- and saltwater species.

Family Fly-Fishing Vacations & Getaways

  • By: Fly Rod and Reel
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Travel-planning for you and the entire family this year—where to go, and special programs designed just for family vacations...and fly-fishing. Dive into FR&R's EXCLUSIVE Digital Flip-Book...

Sure, It's a Winston...

  • By: Fly Rod and Reel
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The feel of a big rainbow is special, even more so when the rod tells you it's a good fish...

Living the High Lonesome Life

  • By: Fly Rod and Reel
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Guests gather at High Lonesome Ranch in De Beque, Colorado—a week in the high country with damsel-fly hatches and big trout...

SUMMER BONUS: Packable Rain Jackets

  • By: Ted Leeson
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More jackets tested by our gear guru, Ted Leeson. Bonus content from our Summer 2010 issue...

Fly fishing in the Northwest Territories

  • By: Fly Rod and Reel
Fly fishing in the northwest territories.

"Arctic char can be found in rivers along the north coast of the Northwest Territories and on the Arctic islands. Char are feisty fighters and commonly range in size from 5 to 7 lbs, although fish weighing 15 lbs are common in some NWT rivers..."

Tenkara Master to Visit

  • By: Fly Rod and Reel
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Golden Gate Casting Angling and CastingClub in San Francisco hosting Dr. Hisao Ishigaki

Take a Bow, Dads

  • By: Joe Healy
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Father's Day is a time for appreciation and sharing...and fly casting!