Mud Hole Browns

  • By: Chad Mason
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Don't ignore the dark water for big trout

Fly Tying: The San Juan Worm Ball

  • By: Dan Fink

What could be better than one San Juan Worm? A bunch of them.

The Cold Shame of Winter Steelhead

  • By: Scott Sadil

Not for the faint of heart nor the weak of spirit

The Latest in Wading Boots

  • By: Ted Leeson
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The ongoing changes in fly tackle are sometimes easily explained. A new technology-graphite, or waterproof/breathable fabrics-presents possibilities that are then busily exploited for several seasons. But other flurries of change are less scrutable...

Hunting Huge Pike

  • By: Jim Reilly

in northern Saskatchewan

Knots You Need to Know

  • By: Buzz Bryson
Double surgeon      s loop and blood knot

Big fish can take your breath away and make your knees buckle. It might be a 20-inch rainbow, sucking down size 22, maybe size 24 Blue-Wing Olives, in a glassy smooth run. Or it could be the sight of your first 10-pound bonefish, slowly cruising a huge flat... In the former, you're trying to watch

Time to Kill at the Holy Water

  • By: Michael Baughman
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A Short Story

Angler of the Year: Ted Leeson

  • By: Jim Babb
Ted Leeson

A writer who captures the spirit of why we fly-fish.

Exploring the Other Tierra del Fuego

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The 'Land of Fire' has a kinder, gentler side and some huge fish as well