In This Issue – September/October 2016
VOLUME THIRTY-NINE, ISSUE 5
Understanding the Rocky Mountain West’s late-season emerging insects can help make fall outings the highlight of your year.
by Boots Allen
Alter when and where you approach the river for better shots at fish.
by Jason Randall
Big Sky, East Side
Opportunities abound on the plains of Montana for anglers seeking a challenge other than trout.
by Jack Ballard
These ubiquitous, meaty bottom dwellers are important trout forage in waters across North America.
by Phil Monahan
A few twists of wire can catch teh eye of wary trout and electrify your fishing.
by Jesse Filingo
How to fool more bronzebacks with something other than crayfish imitations.
by Nathan Perkinson
Frost on the Rods
Brook trout nirvana in the heart of the Big Land.
by Paul Smith
by Ben Romans
by Will Ryan
photo by Ken Morrish
by Ted Fauceglia
by Scott Sanchez
by Tom Keer
Front Cover: A big, beautiful brook trout. Photograph by Barry & Cathy Beck.
Back Cover: A rainbow of color reflecting from the dorsal fin of a spawning grayling. Photograph by Patrick Clayton/Engbretson Underwater Photography.