In This Issue
VOLUME FORTY-TWO, ISSUE 2
A formative experience in original form.
by Steve Walburn
Doing battle with Il Duce of the water, some years ago in France.
by Guy de la Valdene
Life in a Bowl of Gravy
From rock doves to whitetails, a man couldn’t go no better.
by Rusty Ward
The best of the best from Gray’s poetry archive.
Zero Hour Bomb Company
Life on the edge of a run, in that seam between shadow and light.
by Curtis Yehnert
When the big blues are in, it’s only the slackers who never learn.
by Samuel Lucy
Yarnspin: Red Checks
A coming of age in Ontario’s lake country.
by Katie McKy
Traditions: Reuben Wood
by Fred Mather Edited by Will Ryan
Angling: Quality in Paradise
Zen and the art of blue trevallies.
by Miles Nolte
Shooting:More for Less. Finally.
The Blaser F16 is a promise fulfilled.
by Terry Wieland
Art: Francis Barlow
Britain’s neglected native sporting artist of the 17th century.
by Brooke Chilvers
Eating: Raising the Bar
Craft cocktails from St. John’s.
by Martin Mallet
Expeditions: On the Other Side of Reason
A trout angler at large on the Kola Peninsula.
by Reid Bryant
by Christopher Camuto
Poem: Hemingway Fishing
by Ken Craft
Front Cover: The Call of the Wild, an original oil on canvas, 18 x 24 inches, by Philip R. Goodwin (1881-1935) / Courtesy of Coeur d’Alene Art Auction, Hayden, Idaho.
Inside Front Cover: “Release” A photograph by Tosh Brown.