If you’re looking for some good reading to get your through the chilly weekend, here are two great online publications worth a look. First up is the premier issue of Montana Fly Fishing Magazine. Guess what it’s about? Editors Greg Lewis and Ehren Wells promise to deliver new issues every couple of months, with content focused on “the diverse and expansive fly-fishing opportunities the Big Sky State has to offer.” The first issue features articles on the Missouri, Yellowstone, and Bighorn Rivers, as well as some fly-tying and lots of great photography. We look forward to see what future issues will bring.
Next up is the new issue of The Contemporary Sportsman, a fishing and wingshooting publication that’s the brainchild of Jim Stenson, who seems to score some great writers, such as Rick Bass and Terry Wieland, and world-class photographers. Henry Gilbey’s article on fishing for taimen in Mongolia is a highlight of this issue, plus there’s a Spey-fishing primer by Jeff Bright. Suds lovers will be excited to find a special section devoted to beer.