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Breaking Out of the Summer Doldrums

The last few weeks of summer brought little rain to the Carolina mountains. Streams withered and water warmed. Trout hunkered down in deep pools...

Cricket’s Big Fish

Are all fishermen liars? Or, when combined with our egos, are we are encouraged to make profound statements and then forced to back them...

Sharing the Wonders of Fly Fishing

Being a grandpa is one of life’s greatest blessings, and sharing my passion of the outdoors and fly fishing with my grandson is humbling,...

Elk River Trout

By John N. Felsher Black Creek flows through Alabama near the town of Gadsden. It...

I Almost Went Through the Guides

By John Kumiski Here they come, a school of tarpon! If you...

Yes, We Have No Bananas Or How Bananas Came to Be Prohibited from Fishing Boats

By Tom Keer   Fly rodders easily recognize names like Kreh, Pallot, Fernandez, Flick, Beck, and Abrames. Yet for all the...

Fly Fishing the Cumberland River

Fishing the Cumberland River by Tom Morford and Bill Allman

Saving wild Atlantic Salmon from Extinction, One Parr at a Time.

By Tom Keer   Low, gray clouds that spurt rain has different effects on fly rodders. When a low-pressure system...