VOLUME FORTY, ISSUE 5
Approach with Extreme Caution
Closing the distance on the trout of a lifetime is easy if you just keep a few things in mind.
by David Bertsch
Casting Light on Murky Myths
Dispel age-old assumptions and observations, and apply practical techniques on and off the water to catch more saltwater game fish.
by Tom Keer
Six noted fly fishing guides share their favorite flies, tactics, and advice for fishing the most technically challenging rivers in the world.
by John Fedorka
CLOSER LOOK: Grass Carp
Imported from East Asia, the invasive grass carp has established itself from coast to coast and is recognized as one of the toughest species to catch on a fly.
by Philip Monahan
Ready, Set, GO!
Simple solutions to help you land more trophy fish after you fool them.
by Jason Randall
A Great Lakes steelhead expert shares four keys to catching more chromers even in the region’s most pressured waters.
by Daren Niemi
Kia Orana, Mister Bonefish
Stalking giant trevallies and gray ghosts on the fabled flats of Captain Bligh’s paradise.
by Will Rice
- Editor’s Page By Ben Romans
- History by Will Ryan
- Sweet Spot photo by Rob Hammer
- Natural Reflections by Ted Fauceglia
- Fly Tyer® by Scott Sanchez
- Waterlines by Ed Quigley
COVER: Searching for fish on saltwater flats. Photograph by Matt Shaw.
BACK COVER: Casting through the early morning fog. Photo by Isaias Miciu.