Monthly Archives: June 2017

How to Make a Huckleberry Pie

By Eva Kosmas Flores


How to Make a Huckleberry Pie
Photo by Eva Kosmas Flores

Could you tell it was summer pie season yet? I’m coming at you with another one of my favorite summer pastries, in the form of this classic huckleberry pie. Huckleberries grow wild along the northern United States, and they’re little berries that can range from black to red to purple depending on the variety and growing area.

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Discovering the Magic of Striped Bass on the Fly


Written by: Phil Monahan

A big striper on the fly will make you forget about trout streams for a while.
Photo by Sandy Hays

The small New Hampshire town where I grew up is within an hour’s drive of some of northeastern New England’s best striper fishing. Yet, instead of exploring the waters of Plum Island, Cape . . .

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Story: The Trout Stream That No One Else Wanted


Written by: Phil Monahan

Hey. . .the fish don’t know it’s a shopping cart.
Photo by Phil Monahan

With a sparsely attended Catholic church at one end and a Taco Bell at the other, Benmont Avenue is representative of the hard times that have befallen many American mill towns. This is not the. . .

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How Do You Define Success on the Water?

Written by: Vince Puzick, Angler’s Covey


Is catching a fish more important than the other joys of being on the water?
Photos courtesy Angler’s Covey

What makes for a successful day on the water? A friend of mine shared some sage wisdom: a successful day on the river can be defined by how much fun the angler had. Sometimes I . . .

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