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Big queenfish, not caught on the Quetta.
Dropping Down on the Quetta
Running out across the channel between Albany Island and Adolphus Island, off Cape York, the…
How About Shocks, Mate?
I have a pet theory about big spring tides, associated with full or new moons,…
Longtail Tuna - Photo by Daniel Favato
Picking Up the (Meat) Stick
It had been a good long while since I picked up a spinning rod with…
Holland & Holland ‘Royal,’ freshly finished, borrowed for the occasion, and not (quite) disgraced.
Dawns & Departures
One frosty morning in December of 1998, I was standing on a hillside in Wales…
Tying for the Moon
I still remember, with a vividness I appreciate more each year, the first time I…
The Ruger Blackhawk came along in 1956, chambered in .357 Magnum, and has been with us ever since. The holster is by George Lawrence, from the 1960s.
Everyone’s a Cowboy. Some More, Some Less.
Thirty years ago, the editor-in-chief of Gray’s Sporting Journal, David Foster, summoned me down to…
Roy Martell Mason (1886–1972)
The Ever-Disappearing Roy M. Mason
I can think of no sadder words for an artist, whether living or dead, in…
J. Stevens Arms & Tool Co. Model 52 “Schuetzen Jr.” in .22 Long Rifle, probably made just before the Great War. Note the unusual configuration of the Monte Carlo comb and pronounced perch-belly stock. This is reminiscent of the work of George Schoyen of Denver.
Yet Another Stevens (Yay!)
Stevens devotees are lucky: No matter how many you own, you can never claim to…
Photo by Gary Bulla
For the Birds
Leeson again. On birds, from The Habit of Rivers. Not surprising, he says, “that so…
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The Habit of Fall
Nothing reminds me of just how lucky I am to find myself calling Oregon home…
Brian O’Keefe, cutthroat trout
The two books I reach for to help me concoct some sort of Water Boatmen…
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