Health & Safety

  • By: Michael Gracie

Drinking water and hydration supplements means you’ll spend more time casting.

Personal History

  • By: Seth Norman

True to Type

Should you judge a fly caster by his cover?

Angle on Art

  • By: Bob White
  • Illustrations by: Rick Harrington

His landscapes, particularly those with reflected light, create in me the sensation of remembering a dream from which I’ve just awoken. Only the visceral, most essential elements remain, and the extraneous details, which often clutter and confuse, retreat with the dawn. What remains is an impression of the dream, and a record of the memory.

Short Casts

  • By: Adrienne Comeau
Intruders for Steel Tying creativity for its own sake. jThe first time I fly-fished FOR STEELHEAD WAS on a warm February day on a small stream just outside Vancouver, British Columbia. Although I was happy just to have a cast turn over and to shoot some line, my fishing buddy landed two hot, chrome, wild winter fish.

Short Casts

  • By: Nadia White

The cinnamon sow flipped rocks with a laconic, long-clawed paw, moving slowly through her options like a teenage boy vaguely disappointed with the contents of the refrigerator. Her year-old cub wandered in her path, picking up leftovers.