In This Issue
VOLUME FORTY-THREE, ISSUE 2
Time is a commodity given to each of us in unequal and small allotments.
by Russ Lumpkin
The Remains of the Moment
Vulnerability and finality on the permit flats.
by Reid Bryant
A Fine Kettle of Fish
In certain rivers, never leave a stringer of bluegills hanging over the gunnel.
by O. Victor Miller
The Haymeadow Affair
Not quite a meadow and certainly no hay, but definitely a satisfying affair.
by Daniel Iserman
Their expectations had never differed so greatly, and that’s where their paths diverged.
by E. Donnall Thomas Jr.
Off the Grid
A good effort with friends is reason enough to be happy.
by H. William Rice
by Derek Sheffield
Silver & Gold
by Denver Bryan
Lone Star Gobbler
by Russell Graves
by Barry & Cathy Beck
Traditions: My Record Muskallunge
by Charles Frederick Holder & David Starr Jordan Edited by Will Ryan
Angling: The Unbearable Lightness of Angling
Learning the limitations of friendship and fishing.
by Miles Nolte
Shooting: Not Quite Hoppes
Rediscovering a 114-year-old product.
by Terry Wieland
Art: Lou Pasqua
It’s a (gun) dog’s life.
by Brooke Chilvers
Eating: Spring Cleaning
A different sort of seasonal menu.
by Martin Mallet
Expeditions: The Far Side of the Moon
Catching the biggest trout of your life—over and over.
by Zach Matthews
Books: Artful Necessities
by Christopher Camuto
Poem: Fishing All Night
by Timothy Murphy
FRONT COVER: Double Date, an original oil on canvas, 36 x 24 inches, by Ryan Kirby.
INSIDE FRONT COVER: “End of the Line,” a photograph by Russell Graves.