VOLUME FORTY ONE, ISSUE 4
A weeklong fishfest in Ontario’s Temagami wilderness leaves two anglers needing one thing—more of the same.
You know all about the numbers and size of Patagonia’s monster rainbows. But who knew you could get them on drys? Rasmus Ovesen
DRIFTING THE DEVILS
Deep in South Texas, near the Mexico border, prowling for bass.
RIDING THE GIPSY
Mousin’ by mothership on Argentina’s Río Paraná.
The numbers are there, but does this fabled lake still hold giant largemouths?
- OUT THERE – Skeena Country • Soda Butte Creek • Milkfish
- HATCHES – Cutthroat and giant caddis. by Dave Hughes
- GATE CHECKED YYC – Calgary’s Bow River and the 100-year flood. by Dana Sturn
- ART – Graham Owen’s flies hit the big screen. by Zach Matthews
- PROJECTS – The Last Steelhead. by Chris Santella
- 5 QUESTIONS – Todd Gregory builds the ultimate muskie-getter. by Seth Fields
- GEAR – Simms’s G3 wader, Patagonia’s Snap-Dry Hoody, more. by the editors
- GUIDE FLIES – Late-summer and early-fall terrestrials. by David Klausmeyer
- PERSONAL HISTORY – Sneaking in for stripers. by Henry Cowen
- HISTORY – A madman’s push for catch-and-release. by Will Ryan
- FLY TYER® – You need bulk, but you still want that pattern to launch. Here’s how to do it. by Scott Sanchez
- WATERLINES – Two men follow a rumor and end up across the border, with giant cutthroat on the ends of their lines. by Scott Sadil
COVER: While flying a drone high overhead, Pedro Rodriguez, who shoots stills and video for Jurassic Lake Lodge, captured the breadth of Patagonia and Lake Strobel’s extremely remote location.