Saturday Shoutout / Drawing the Lines

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“ONE PERSON FISHES ONLY DRY FLIES, BUT THE NEXT FISHES DRIES TO RISING TROUT ONLY INSIDE PERFECTLY CIRCULAR RINGS. ANYTHING LESS IS SIMPLY UNSPORTING, YOU SEE.” Fly fishers are a funny lot, to be sure. I’ve often said, “If there’s not an argument, it isn’t fly...



Sunday Classic / Take the Time to Research Your Boat Ramps

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It's really easy to get excited about a last minute trip when your buddy calls and says the fish are biting and then not take the time to research the logistics of where you're going to be fishing. Much of the time things work out...



Saturday Shoutout / Northern Exposure

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“Anyone who says American no longer has big brook trout, has never been to Mane.” In this beautiful and thoughtful film Chase and Aimee Bartee, of Van Life, chase monster brook trout in one of the most magical fisheries left in the U.S.. I’ve fished this...



Saturday Shoutout / Ed’s Journals

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Ed Anderson’s lively and gestural illustrations capture unique moments in fly fishing. If you follow Gray’s Sporting Journal or BTT, you’ve probably seen Ed’s distinctive artwork. It’s lively, colorful and immediately recognizable. Idaho or Mozambique, brown trout or bull riding, wherever Ed finds his inspiration, his...



It’s Good To Be The Hero…I Guess?

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By Louis Cahill Everybody wants to catch the big fish. The skiff glides over the flat calm water, running from the dark of night into the blue and pink Rorschach test of the coming dawn. Every few minutes Jessie Regestor, our guide, kills the throttle and makes...