Monthly Archives: November 2016

Video: “Buffalo Brothers” in the Ozarks

Written by: Phil Monahan

About 90 percent of the media you see about fly fishing in Arkansas involves a huge dam and giant tailwater trout. Here’s a great, 11½-minute video that focuses on the “authentic Ozark . . .


Photos: November in the Colorado Rockies

Written by: Jon Hill

Tom shows off a sweet rainbow (cutbow?) that warmed up the morning.
Photos by Jon Hill

My friend Tom and I decided to take advantage of the unseasonably warm weather here in Colorado this a couple weekends ago and headed into the Rocky Mountains for a morning on . . .


Classic Story and Photos: Discovering an Epic Urban Fishery

This 22-inch brown lived where you wouldn’t expect it: under a raft of trash in an urban river.
Photos by Matt Dickstein

The summer before last, my family moved to an old New England mill town, and in doing so I gave up my beautiful freestone stream for a badly degraded, silted and channelized post-industrial. . .


What’s the Deal with “Secret” Fishing Spots?

Written by: Donovan Borne

The author casts a fly in his native South Africa.
Photo courtesy Donovan Borne

What’s the Deal?

This is the rhetorical question that ricocheted around the inside of my head when I heard, from a friend, about yet another incident in which he was denied information about and the location of . . .