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Pearsall’s Gossamer Silk, now replicated by Morus Silk.
Tying up a bunch of size twelve Light Cahill Wets, a pattern Dave Hughes recommends…
Wild trout add color to the landscape.
We were over on the Wind River, below the falls, poking around in Madrina, my…
Wild steelhead remain the best hope for the future of the species.
Epigenetics gets at the fact that although the genetic makeup of steelhead raised in either…
Green Butt Muddler
At the bench yesterday preparing for the arrival – knock on wood – of summer…
Traditional lacquer, still the best fly-tying head cement money can buy.
The Right Stuff
I hesitate to share the good news about traditional lacquer, still far and away the…
The modern era: Not exactly the look of fly shops from the past.
End of an Era?
I’m tying and photographing flies against a book deadline when I discover I’ve run out…
Post-spawn steelhead, Thirty Mile Creek
Miracles on Thirty Mile Creek
A recent WRC acquisition, in my neck of the woods, includes the second of two…
Double Tapers: Still the best line for trout fishing?
Lest We Forget: In Praise of Double Tapers
During the dozen or so years I taught wannabe fly fishers the rudiments of the…
“Look at how pink the pelvic and anal fins are.”
The True Story
I’ve sat in on two Zoom presentations this past month, each one packed with information…
Growing up in southern California, I always had a fairly ambiguous relationship with opening day.…
Four of the more interesting American handguns, clockwise from upper left: Colt 1851 Navy, Colt single-action .45, Colt Officer’s ACP, and the Smith & Wesson Model 27. Collectively, based on relevant patent dates, they total about 550 years old! What’s not to like?
Piscatorial Musings and the Joy of Handguns
by Terry Wieland It’s almost 30 years now since Gray’s late and sorely lamented editor-in-chief,…
The return of trade shows is good news – even if most fly fishers can probably get by without another new rod.
Back in Business
In news last week that promises to lift the spirits of the business side of…
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