In This Issue
VOLUME FORTY, ISSUE 6
Fishing the Muskie Moons
When, where, and how to increase your odds of hooking one of the sport’s most sought-after game fish.
By Robert Tomes
Shade, Shadows & Splotches
The absence of light can make (or break) your day on the water.
By John Mosovsky
When you’re fly fishing during the coldest months of the year, you have to consider more than midges and blue- winged olives if you want to catch trout.
By Boots Allen
These colorful natives of the Southern Rockies have suffered setbacks caused by man, but efforts are under way to create more fishable populations.
By Philip Monahan
You already know about the Midwest’s famous fishery— here’s the inside scoop on how to fool its fish.
By Jason Randall
Simple Stillwater Solutions
Four principles that will help you catch more trout in ponds, lakes, and reservoirs.
By Phil Tereyla
Barra Down Under
On the far side of the Pacific, in a country known more for kangaroos and koala bears, sits one of the most unique fisheries in the world.
By Gary Kramer
- Editor’s Page By Ben Romans
- Headwaters Profile by Chris Santella
- Sweet Spot photo by John Juracek
- Natural Reflections by Ted Fauceglia
- Fly Tyer® by Scott Sanchez
- Waterlines by Nathaniel Riverhorse Nakadate
COVER: A big late season muskie from the Midwest. Photo by Charlie
BACK COVER: A brook trout’s brilliant colors. Photo by Isaias Miciu.