A Quarter Century of Fly Rod & Reel

  • By: Fly Rod and Reel

Back in 1979, FR&R-then Rod And Reel-started life as a fishing magazine with a difference. From the beginning, founding editor John Merwin expressed a bold, maybe even reckless, willingness to step outside the hidebound hook-and-bullet mold and experiment a bit. Perhaps the most startling-and risky-thing

The Grand Finale

  • By: Fly Rod and Reel

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

The White Marabou Streamer

  • By: A. K. Best

'Whenever I crammed for time to replenish my streamer box... '

Warm (Sometimes) And Fuzzy

  • By: Paul Guernsey

A while back my good friend, Richard Corbett, was driving past my house on the way to a construction job when he got the sudden urge to pull into my driveway for no other reason than to show off the superb specimen of a gray squirrel he had just salvaged from the side of the road. "It's still warm,"

Road Kill Questions

  • By: Buzz Bryson
  • and Darrel Martin

Dealing-or not-with the "raw" materials of fly-tying; balancing a rod & reel