In This Issue
VOLUME FORTY-TWO, ISSUE 6
Journal: Gift from a Trader
Relationships set the standards for what we define as precious.
by Russ Lumpkin
Last Day of the Season
Blessed, on the frayed southeastern fringe of the Mississippi Flyway.
by Miles Powell Jr.
Finding release in the Holy Church of the Brook Trout.
by Todd Davis
Two Short of a Limit
Give something back to the sea, and she will return the favor.
by Mark I. Robbins
How a sportsman rides out a hurricane—and sees beyond it.
by Roger Pinckney & Peter Ryan
When options dwindle to one, plunge in feet first.
by Scott Sadil
by Matt McCormick
by Brian Grossenbacher
by Chip Laughton
by David Cannon
- Yarnspin: Net Gains
Gambling on the Miramichi with Shady Ladies, Green Machines, and wizards.
by Robert Sohrweide
- Traditions: Shooting the Salt-water Coot
by Hebert Gardner Edited by Will Ryan
- Shooting: The Anarchist in Solitude
Random thoughts of an anti-organizational man.
by Terry Wieland
- Angling:My Favorite Depression
Deer, trout, and the trouble with skipping work.
by Miles Nolte
- Art: David Maass
The art of bringing wildfowl imagery to millions.
by Brooke Chilvers
- Eating: Terrines
The perfect holiday food.
by Martin Mallet
- Expeditions: The Total Eclipse
The Eclipse delivers a fly-fishing reunion to remember.
by E. Donnall Thomas Jr.
- Books: Angling Matters
by Christopher Camuto
Poem: Four Habitats
by Timothy Murphy
People, Places, and Equipment
FRONT COVER: Magic Time, an original oil on canvas, 18 x 24 inches, by Rod Crossman
Inside Front Cover: “Perfect,” A photograph by Chip Laughton.