In This Issue – November/December 2016
VOLUME THIRTY-NINE, ISSUE 6
Wolves in the Upper Columbia
Northern pike have invaded the Columbia River and are threatening wild stocks of trout, salmon, and steelhead. Can they be stopped.
by Jim Bailey
What About Refusals?
Learn something from every fish you catch, but learn more from every fsh you miss.
by Jason Randall
Targeting The Source
Whether stemming from spring creeks or large rivers, inlets are great places to target game fish in still waters.
by Phil Tereyla
Glorified as spectacular game fish, villified as an invasive species, and ridiculed as cookie-cutter hatchery clones, rainbow trout are reflections of man’s relationship with nature.
by Phil Monahan
Delaware River: 101
Six venerated Delaware River fly fishing guides offer up their thoughts on gear, tactics, and strategies for tackling one of the most technically challenging waters in North America.
by John Fedorka
Create a manageable approach for fishing larger-than-life rivers.
by Jesse Filingo
Headhunting for big trout in the heart of Patagonia.
by Zach Matthews
by Ben Romans
by Zac Sexton
photo by Nick Price
by Ted Fauceglia
by Scott Sanchez
by Reid Bryant
Front Cover: Hoisting a trophy rainbow trout from one of Patagonia’s many rivers. Photograph by Barry & Cathy Beck.
Back Cover: Thoroughly working the water. Photograph by Brian Grossenbacher.