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Tom, Meet Jake Print E-mail

A photographic journal.
by Denver Bryan
From the May/June 2008 issue.

The theory of decoying big dominant toms using imitation jakes might have come from observing nature...

Triple Play! Print E-mail

A photographic journal.
by Dale C. Spartas
From the May/June 2008 issue.

Sixty miles south from the sixtieth parallel. Spruce and fir and tamarack. Moose and wolves, the aurora

Downstreaming from Twickenham Print E-mail

Crazy for smallmouth on Oregon’s John Day River.
by Terry W. Sheely
(from the May/June 2008 issue)

Twickenham launch on Oregon’s John Day River. Boatmen, guides, and fly dudes shuttling back and forth across cracked mud, sweating and lugging dry bags, rod cases, food boxes, roll-up tables, and roll-out sleeping pads from the van to four fat Riken inflatables.

A Place in Time Print E-mail

On Schuetzenfest, true love, and the origins of plinking.
by Terry Wieland
(from the May/June 2008 issue)

The little town of Boerne, nestled in the Texas hill country between Austin and San Antonio, is famous for antiques, sauerkraut, and reverence for its German heritage. Driving into town on Highway 87, you immediately see German names everywhere. The streets, the shops, the local directory. And one name that pops up with great regularity is Toepperwein.

Cutthroat and Garnets Print E-mail

The wrong creek was the right creek, in the mysterious way of manufactured déjà vu.
by Robin Carey
(from the May/June 2008 issue)

You never go back to the perfect truth, assuming there was such a thing in the first place. If machinery hasn’t changed the landscape, then the mind changes it—polishing, pushing, rearranging, so much so that if you found something like truth again, unchanged, bedrock, you’d probably be disappointed.

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