Angling

Trickle-Down Theory: Small Creeks, Big Returns

by Scott Sadil It’s always a surprise – maybe moreso the first week of February. …

Naming Names

The nuances of writing about rivers while preserving self-interest. [by Scott Sadil] I CALL THE…

The Other Fish

THE WIDE, DARK FIGURE—roughly the size and shape of a sunwarped Hula-Hoop—glided through knee-deep water,…

Bowing Down

Fishing, like marriage, is first and foremost an act of faith. [by Miles Nolte] Faith…

Water in the Desert

I FOUND THE ARKANSAS RIVER WHEN I WAS BARELY OLD ENOUGH TO DRINK. All these…

The Carnival Continues

Car-nee-val is very sweetPleaseDon’t stop de car-nee-val—Herman Wouk Come for the bonefish, stay for the…

The Rental

The skiff rockets out from the shady leaf canopy, the Caribbean heat like a flame…

Navigating the North Island

New Zealand’s north island shudders with cold, clear, fresh water. Anglers like myself who have…

Dispatch from the North Island of New Zealand

Tongariro Lodge, After the Storm [by Miles Nolte]

The Great Unconformity

Swimming with suckers in the Grand Canyon. [by Miles Nolte]

Fishermen Hate People

The figure stands solitary, centered in a boat or thigh-deep in pushing water. Mist and…