In This Issue

VOLUME FORTY-FIVE, ISSUE 1

FEATURES

Antipodes
On the river, his passion and his job were synonymous.
by Sammie Downing

Stranger in Town
In the motherland of proper fly angling, quirks abound.
by Andrew Griffiths

The Bay and the Bamboo
Manandhorse He loved her, even her impatience.
by Tom Reed

Training Day on Wilson Creek
Lance . . . let’s talk.
by Richard Donnelly

North Fork Cutthroat
Now my hands are empty of everything except the memory of those fish.
by Todd Davis

EXPEDITIONS
Borderline Bass
The isolated waters in the Canadian wilderness just north of Minnesota provide spectacular fishing for wild smallmouths and pike.
by Philip Monahan


PHOTOGRAPHIC JOURNALS

Fabric
by Adam Barker

Great Scott!
by Brian Grossenbacher

Secret Brookies
by Sammy Chang


DEPARTMENTS

JOURNAL
Just Right
A day on the South Holston River.
by Russ Lumpkin

TRADITIONS
Winter Angling
From those fly fishers of yesterday, and their dreams during the dark months.
by Frank S. Pinckney Edited by Will Ryan

ANGLING
Camp Ties
Home is where you tie to your strengths. It’s different when you’re on the water—especially in the thick of fish.
by Scott Sadil

SHOOTING
Reilly’s Ballerina
A pas de deux, with gunpowder.
by Terry Wieland

ART
Galen Mercer
Alluding to sport through landscape.
by Brooke Chilvers

EATING
Tuna Heads
An underappreciated delicacy
by Martin Mallet

BOOKS
The Fly Fishing Passion in Large Format
by Chris Camuto

POEM
So Many Ways to Fail
by Dave Meyer

PLUS

  • Gear & Lifestyle
  • People, Places & Equipment
  • The Listing

FRONT COVER: Go Go, by Georg Miciú Nicolaevici oil on canvas • 10 × 20 inches

BACK COVER: Mirror Flat, by Emaús Miciú Nicolaevici oil on canvas • 20 × 32 inche