Deep Into Shallow Water

  • By: Thomas Keer
052turq fishing boat.jpg

"I climbed aboard Wendy’s skiff and we headed out. Wendy’s been guiding at DWC for nearly 30 years, and he took me to a variety of flats all within a short run of the dock."

Return to Henry's Fork

  • By: Greg Thomas
  • Photography by: Greg Thomas
fork.jpg

Where the rejuvenated fishing on this classic trout river is far better than you might have heard.

Autumn Contents

  • By: Fly Rod and Reel
patbrown.jpg

Travel to Chilean Patagonia • Meet Cholo and learn traditional and new Spanish fly-tying methods • The Henry's Fork is fishing like a champ • Sporting Life by John Gierach…

Two Men in a Museum

  • By: Kent Cowgill
  • Illustrations by: Peter Corbin
corbinart.jpg

Our 2010 Robert Traver Fly-Fishing Writing Award winning story, recognizing “distinguished original essays or works of short fiction that embody an implicit love of fly-fishing, respect for the sport and the natural world in which it takes place, and high literary values.”

On the Nushagak

  • By: E. Donnall Thomas
bearmace_print.jpg

Travel advice is you book a trip to The Nushagak, Bristol Bay, Alaska

Suspended Midges

  • By: Dave Hughes
dsc_3262.jpg

"But such surface feeding is the tip of the iceberg, beacuse most lake and pond midges get eaten beneath the surface, all day long, in a constant barrage that does a lot to fatten stillwater trout, but does little to reduce the midge population."

Trip-Planning 2010

  • By: Fly Rod and Reel
pb rh permit 13a 72 dpi lr.jpg

The low-down on trip planning to Mexico, the Bahamas and New Zealand from now through autumn and the holiday season.

Lightweight Coverage

  • By: Ted Leeson
simms gore-tex paclite jacket_green.jpg

"Most anglers are better served by lightweight, packable wading jackets."

Fresh for the Salt

  • By: Ed Mitchell
fly_rod___reel_2_0002.jpg

"The truth is, many patterns entice multiple species and some jump a divide between freshwater or saltwater connotation to become a special breed of so-called crossover flies."

Bushwhacking for Bull Trout in B.C.

  • By: Greg Thomas
fer_0020_3.jpg

"The weather is rough in that country, the forest deep and twisted and the grizzly-bear population is significant, meaning you see signs of those brutes when bushwhacking off-trail and clamoring along remote, treacherous riverbanks."